I love Winnie The Pooh. The ORIGINAL Winnie The Pooh, not so much the Disney "impostor" as I have heard him called. It's sort of like if you've read the book you'll hate the movie idea. Once you have read the original stories the cartoons don't
stand a chance. But the Disney illustrations are lovely. So I am thrilled to have this binding.
The back has Hunny Jars on it, not to be confused with Honey Jars, which can be easy to do by a bear with fluff for brains. I will be making more than one Pooh themed shoe boxes this year (and for years to come, I hope!).
I liked how this fabric reminded me of bubbles -- perfect for this fish binding. I know this is some certain fish, Nemo maybe? I have not made his acquaintance like I have Pooh's, but I like the binding just the same.
The back of this binding is different, too, from the front.
I chose to add the binding to just one edge of the blanket for several reasons including it will take less room in the box, I did NOT want to miter corners if it wasn't necessary and I wanted to use the nifty mini-scallop cutter that I received from my late mother-in-law's sewing supplies. I cut mine 15 x 18 inches each since the fleece is 60" wide. That means I get eight out of one yard of fabric.
I have quite a bit of the binding left and will do several more but I just couldn't wait to try it out since my friend brought so much fun fleece to me a couple weeks back. I should be able make about ten from each package.