I used fusible interfacing on the back of each letter block to temporarily attach to each charm. I then cut and fit a 4.5" piece of batting for each letter. I layered the batting and charm (the charm that I had ironed the letter to). Then, I sewed (I used random fancy stitches that my machine makes for each) the letter to the charm and batting.
Then, I took 2 sewn let terns (A & B, for instance, or C&D) and put right sides together. Sewed them together leaving a 3.5" opening on one side, Snipped the corners, then turned right-side out. I then top stitched all sides (which closed the opening for turning)
Sewed a button hole on the top corner of each block (just don't do what I did - sew it on the top left corner of the A, C, E, etc) and pushed some 3/8" ribbon I had around through the holes and tied in a knot.
These were my cute gifts for my nieces this Christmas.
-Sew Sane Jane
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