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  • Apryl Childs-Potter

    Because apparently there's a GSL Toddler Sewing Club for which we must be prepared. Our Toddler Friendly Sewing Basket | Childhood101

  • Kim Alford

    What a great idea for quiet activities...also great fine motor skills activity This is a child's sewing kit, it comes complete with a large plastic needle! So Cool!!!

  • Carol Montgomerie

    Kids Sewing basket ~ great for developing fine motor skills; can also be used counting and pattern development; most importantly . . it just looks fun!

  • Lisa Taylor/The Purple Hydrangea

    Toddler Friendly Sewing Basket: Cute idea for working fine motor skills

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