Oh my gosh, you guys! I had so much fun working on this project! Susannah was totally coveting the math bean bags I made for Craft Hope so I decided to make her a set...this time with a bit more personality. Sheep! I was able to use leftover fleece from projects gone by, so I didn't have to buy anything. I also used the same technique that I used for making the math bean bags (just a sheep shape instead of a square), so I felt like I knew what I was doing and most everything went off without a hitch. The perfect project!
Look at those cute little ears! Of course, Susannah was bewildered about their lack of eyes. I don't exactly know my reason for skipping that organ...laziness or artistic inclination? Either way - they've got no eyes (or any other facial features for that matter).
There's the whole herd! Minus zero, actually. I did make a zero sheep but he didn't fit nicely into my 3 x 3 grid so he's not pictured. I'm calling them the Counting Sheep Bean Bags and I most definitely will have a tutorial for them - with a sheep template!! It's HERE!
By the way, Hide and Sheep is a game where one person hides the the sheep bean bags in a room and the other pretends to be Little Bo Peep and round up her herd. Genius, I know.