More Sewing for Christmas

I saw this idea on Pinterest and decided to make one for my little grandson who loves to “cook” when his mom and dad do.  It took a day to make because I do a lot of hand-sewing as well as by machine.  I had  fun making it.  It is a play stove which can be put on the seat of a chair and fastened to the back.  The advantage to this is that it can be folded up and stowed away when not in use.

fionns-stove

The dials are large buttons I found at Fabricland where I got the material.  I hope my grandson has as much fun playing with this stove as I had making it.

 

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