This group of fabrics is one of our all-time favorites. We have always enjoyed the artwork of Janet Wecker-Frisch, but none more than her Hungry Animals. This line of fabric was in print at least four years ago and we thought it was gone for ever. We were delighted to see that it was reprinted.
The panel is almost like an “I Spy” block. Each block represents a letter and the artwork depicts a darling scene that features items beginning with the selected letter. You can spend many hours looking at the blocks to recognize all the items.
The tossed animals makes a great coordinate to the panel and booklet.
This coordinate could even stand on its own for a focus fabric, border or backing.
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When you follow the directions on this panel you will have a soft book to be shared with the kids in your life . It’s fun to search the artwork for the items beginning with the chosen letters.
Each of the pages has some great hints as to what you will find in the block.
It’s a quick sew and can be done easily in less than two hours.
The Hungry Animal panel is approximately 36″ x 42″ and makes a great wall hanging just by stretching it on foam core board. If you would rather have a quilt, just add a couple of borders and the quilt is finished.
The fun is in studying each of the blocks to find all the words that begin with the block letter.
J. Wecker-Frisch is the master at creating an appealing design using items that all begin with the same letter.
Can you tell we love this panel, booklet and coordinate? If you missed it the first time this collection was printed, you want to be sure and get a panel and a book so you can sock it away for the next time you need that special gift.