Waif & Whatnot

Inspired by Maud, Waif decided he would like to have a go at making a soft toy. He is a bit obsessed with penguins, so that was the natural choice. We found some instructions via Pinterest (where else?) and raided the felt stash. With a little help from mama, here’s what he made:

Waif & Whatnot strike back
Waif & Whatnot again
Waif & Whatnot
Whatnot with Waif

I think it’s fair to say he’s pretty pleased with himself šŸ™‚

And, after some deliberation, he has named the penguin “Whatnot”.

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13 thoughts on “Waif & Whatnot


  2. Kat H says:

    Oh, that’s just adorable! šŸ™‚

  3. I find sewing/embroidering is so good for children and from the look of pride he obviously got a lot out of it!

  4. Andria says:

    What a happy boy! His little stuffie is brilliant…he could make some for gifts. Who wouldn’t want a Whatnot?!

  5. Gjeometry says:

    Hi there Viv, Just wanted to let you know that I posted my Pay it Forward here on my blog today šŸ™‚ http://gjeometry.com/2013/02/01/its-pay-it-forward-time/

  6. […] my little brother made this penguin feltie, called “Whatnot”, (which you can check out here).Ā  Soon, I decided I’d quite like to make one… so I made… … … […]

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