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Materials & Cutting DirectionsContinue to 2 of 7 below.
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On the wrong sides of 4 of the squares, mark 1/4" seam allowances. These pieces will be the top and bottom pieces of the dice.Continue to 3 of 7 below.
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Join Four Squares
Continue to 4 of 7 below.
- Place right sides together of 2 of the squares.
- Stitch two squares together using 1/4" seams.
- Attach another square in the same manner, and another square until you have 4 squares in a row.
- Stitch the two ends together using a 1/4" seam.
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First Block End
Using one of the squares that have the 1/4" seams marked, line up the intersecting lines with the seams of the 4 connected squares, to form one end of the block.Continue to 5 of 7 below.
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Cord and Second End
Continue to 6 of 7 below.
- Knot one end of the cord.
- Place the end of the cord in the seam allowance with the knot beyond the seam allowance
- Attach another marked block as you did for the first end, placing the bulk of the cord inside the block as you stitch
- Leave one side open for turning and stuffing purposes.
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Turn & Stuff
Continue to 7 of 7 below.
- Turn the block right side out.
- Stuff the block and hand stitch the opening closed.
- Repeat for the other block.
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- Cut circles of felt for the dots. I found it easiest to use a pen cap and ink pad to stamp the felt and cut perfect circles.
- Glue the dots onto the blocks. A fact my son taught me that I didn't know, is that the dots on the opposites sides of dice, always add up to 7.
- Place 6 dots on the top and 1 dot on the bottom. Work around the sides placing 3 dots, 2 dots, 4 dots, and 5 dots.