Over the years, I've received many photos and descriptions of our customer's projects or products created with fabrics from 4my3boyz.com. It has always brought me great joy to see and hear about these wonderful creations and to know that 4my3boyz played a small part in their creation. In this spirit, I've started this gallery to give readers a chance to share their creations and be inspired by what others have created.
If you would like to be included in this section of the web site, please contact us and be sure to send me photos. Tell me what inspired your creation or what you would like to share about your fabulous work.
If you sell your creations, I would be more than happy to include a link to your web site, Etsy Store, Face Book page, or email.
The African safari fabric I received from you was perfect for the hooded towel and burp cloth I made for a new mom who used to be in Peace Corps in Africa. It was ordered from a client of mine. Thanks a ton for top quality fabric, quick service and NO shipping cost!
- Sandy B
Hi Carole, I was just browsing fabrics and for the first time noticed that you also have a customer creations page. I would love to submit one of the items I purchased from you and made into a quilt for posting consideration.
I also post/sell my items on Facebook at:
Website Link Handmade for Baby
- Patti M
THANK YOU! Received my fabric today and am sooo happy. Had trouble finding this pattern in local stores. This is not layered or quilted, but here is the finished top layer.. So glad you had the "discontinued" fabric.
- Ken B
Here is the photo of the 10 minute runner project. It was made with two of your fall fabrics - enjoy.
I belong to a group in Central New York which purchases 15" bears from Build-A-Bear and dresses them in scrubs. I am one of the volunteer sewers of these outfits and my commitment is 100 outfits a year, which I just completed for this year. These bears are given to young children at Upstate Galisano Children's Hospital in Syracuse. Last year we gave more than 1500 of the bears in scrubs to the hospital.
The bears are given to the children who are facing surgery and other procedures. They take them into the operating room with them and the bears are waiting when they come out of the anesthetic. The children take their bears home with them. I choose fabrics which would appeal to young boys for the most part because a lot of the sewers seem to make outfits more appealing to girls. Spiderman and Batman are my favorites but this particular Spiderman fabric doesn't seem to be available any more so I was happy to find that you had some.
We dress the bears in scrubs so they resemble the clothing worn by doctors and nurses, who are really supportive of this project because it makes their job a little easier when the kids relax and cuddle with their bears. If a child is going to have surgery, the nurse or doctor will place a bandaid on the bear in the spot where the child will have a bandage.
I'm basically a quilter, which is much easier than working with these little clothes but whenever I get bogged down I think of the young children in a very scary hospital situation and I know my time is well spent dressing bears! I just completed a batch of 40 outfits (three of which are in the photo below) so will now turn to making a quilt for the next month or so.
- Elaine R
Thanks for helping me find my fabric. I wanted to show you the finished top....thanks again so very much
- Dawnielle G
Here is quilted wall panel made from panel purchased from you.
- Charlotte T
I would like to share a picture of the lap blanket I made using the fabric I obtained from you.
- Rebecca O
Thank you so much for your fast service. I was able to meet my deadline. I wanted to share what I made with the fabric you sent me. Thank you so much again. My client loved the outfit.
- Thanks, Shannon E
Brayden was very involved in the fabric choices , especially my scraps and the fabric from your site and the Spider-Man scrap tucked into the backing strips. It won't win any prizes for mechanics but he will like it I think.
- Thanks, Laura Mae
I volunteer with a non profit that provides new shoes and a clothing store gift card for disadvantaged children as they return to school. The shoes are presented in a fabric bag made by volunteers. Last year we distributed 10,000 pairs of shoes so that's a lot of bags!
I thought you might be interested in seeing some of the finished bags. I used some plain ones sewn by other volunteers to get the variety of colors. The embellishment adds a little pizzazz to an otherwise boring bag.
I don't see the children when the bags are delivered, but the children who volunteer with their parents to pack the shoes spend a lot of time selecting the 'perfect' bag...it's really cute. One woman's scraps are another woman's treasure!??
- Thank you again! Judy
Thank you again for your generous donation! Here are 12 of the pillowcases made with your donation, and great sale prices from your shop. They were donated to Children's Hospital of Wisconsin's Cardiac ICU. There will be many delighted patients (and parents)! Others were made and given to Ryan's Case for Smiles.
This is what I made for my grandson using your fabrics for the logs and sticks
Attached are some photos of the materials I've used from your shop. I'm not finished completing the green one. It's going to be a display piece for kids to sign at the high school. Like a yearbook. I'm going to add options to add photos etc. Can't cuddle with a year book; ) 15% of all sales for those will go towards the special needs department for the school logos. So, my daughter goes to Azle, and that means all green Buzzy logo quilt sales go to her school :)
Here is what I do with your Southwest Fabrics.
The fabric arrived already, thank you so much!!! I made this bunny for my daughter with a scrap I already had last night and I'll be attempting my first quilt with what just arrived!
Wanted to send you a picture of the quilt I made with the fishing fabric purchased from your website.
- Janet M
Here is a picture of two of the bags I make. They are 8-9 in squares when i cut them.
I do consider my sewing and photography a cotttage industry and have no Internet activity with them. Basically it keeps me busy here in the UP woods!
- Janet B
Scrub hats by Diane H
- Diane H
Quilts by Connie D
- Connie D
Thank You, making different kinds of aprons has become a hobby!!
Thought you might like to see the quilt I made as a Christmas gift for our dog groomer. I purchased two dog fabric panels from your site.
I separated each dog with description into squares and added dog themed fabric to compliment the dogs.
I was pleased with the way it turned out and overjoyed when our groomer loved the quilt.
Thanks for having such a wide arrange of fabrics.
Here is a picture of a Spider-Man dress for my grand daughter and a matching one for her doll! I cut the skirt in a large circle and folded it into triangle sections. Did a roll hem in black down the folds and finished each of the sections in a scallop type rolled hem. U put a crinoline underneath plus a gathering of spider web black lace to make it look like a real spider web. She loved this so much she has worn it for over two years although she really had to squeeze into it! And had tons of compliments mostly from teen age girls who wanted a dress like that! I hunted everywhere for fabric that had a small enough Spider-Man print that would not get lost when I cut the pattern!
Thanks for the great fabric!
Handmade by Grammy June
Buy Ellen's creation here: Etsy Store Link
You had asked for other projects I'd been working on.... Perhaps you've heard of Fidget Quilts. They can be used for Dementia patients that sit a lot and "fidget" with their hands. These quilts are useful as the items can be felt and perhaps bring back a nice memory. They can also be used for children to entertain them on a car ride (lap quilt)....or perhaps children with autism. I have a lot of these, made last winter. Your FQ's are in probably all of them....mixed with other fabrics I had. These are a lot of fun to make. FQ's are so perfect for a project like this.
$1 fat quarter fabric made a beautiful quilt for my grandson. Just thought you might enjoy seeing it.
Hi Carol, The PJ's were a big hit that I made out of the fabric I bought at the pyjama party!
I used some of your material to make this quilt, and yes it has flaws being my first project. Just wanted to share.
These are to store those plastic bags from stores. One FQ makes a nice wide one. These are quick and easy with elastic casing at top & bottom.....then attached ribbon to hang them. All sorts and sizes of storage bags can be made.....an organizer bag and small trash bag for a vehicle, take along bag with toys for kids riding (and bored) in the car, etc. You can see I've been a busy grandma....love every minute of my sewing projects!!!
much love.... Grandma Susan
Hello, just wanted to show you what I made with the fabric I bought from you.
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Hello Carol, just wanted to show you a bag that I made from a panel that I bought from you last time, it is so cute.
I am waiting for my last shipment to arrive should not be too much longer
Cheers, Kathy S Australia
This is one I did for Father’s Day. Right now I’m working on another “fish” ornament in memory of a grandfather who loved to fish. Customer requested his name, date of birth, date of passing on one side and fish on the other. Hoping I can do at least two more fish for Christmas!
I am waiting for my last shipment to arrive should not be too much longer
Cheers, Kathy Shipway Australia
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Here is the messenger bag I made from the piece of fabric you sent so promptly. I had promised it to my animal rescue group for their next auction. Thanks for the quick response. Also, here are a couple of photos of the bicycle bag. Thanks for continuing to stock such good quality fabric and to ship so promptly!
I'm attaching photos of the quilt top, made with your fabrics from Bunnies By the Bay collection. The pattern I used was easy for a 2-year quilter and from Simple Quilts From Me and My Sister Designs: Easy as 1, 2, 3, which is called " Easy as 6." I followed the pattern, but added a white inner border along with the wider border print from Bunnies By the Bay.
You have so many children's prints and have always had what I was looking for.
Have fun with the kitties.
Julie M - Wisconsin
Here are 2 covers I made with material I bought from you. I have an etsy store, it's called Covered Covers. I have a lot of my covers posted. Julia
Created by Giselle L
Created by Caroline
Quilt made from my fabric order purchased from you!
My husband Paul and I made this quilt for our great niece Emily for her first child.
Emily donated a kidney for me, when she was only 18!
We will always be grateful to Emily!
We wanted to make something very special and we found this beautiful fabric at your shop! How fitting for my angel Emily and her baby girl to be!
Thank you so much!
Paul & Jana
I am attaching a picture so you can see the quilt made from your fabrics. Thanks
Thanks so much for your great fabrics, your great store and friendly comments and all your encouragement. Maybe before I die Ill be making more than I'm spending ha ha. I retired in Jan so have more time to do things but still not hitting my mark, not for lack of trying.
I really want to thank you for the extra effort you are doing to help me out. Buying material from you has reduced my cost, I do sell these geckos. We live in Manatee county and the gecko is sort of a mascot for us. Living up in SNOW country you don't have geckos but they are little lizards that eat their weight in bugs every day, so they are good fellows to have around. Your business keeps me from driving to retail stores to purchase, if they have it, for what I need.
I added your fabric to my I spy quilt. Turned out great! Thanks for having the auction!!
My granddaughter's 2nd birthday is today and we celebrated yesterday. She was thrilled with her new wall decoration. I couldn't do a rag wreath--the material frayed too much but this was a perfect background for Elmo & Friends!! Thanks for your help in getting this to me early!!
Hey Carol, This is all 38 NFL bears(I know there are only 32 TEAMS in the NFL but some of the teams requested multiple bears) that I made for my friends grandsons first birthday party. This is what I call a SILLY BEAR since his personality is kind of silly and REALLY needs to grow on you. Thanks again for having such a wonderful collection of fabrics to choose from.
For many years now I have been making memory pillows for my family and friends. I enjoy customizing each pillow specific to the person's likes. Colors, fabrics, style! All new babies & brides already know they are getting a pillow. Recently I started making pillows with healing words to comfort someone in need.
This baby memory pillow was made using Baby Zoo Crew Noah's Ark Animal Pairs fabric purchased at 4my3boyz.com. The fabric was perfect for a nursery that was decorated in a blue Noah's ark theme.
I am attaching a few pics of my memory boards that I make. I just started buying more fabrics from 4my3boyz and I love it. Customer service is FABULOUS!
Website Link Country Mama Creations on Facebook
Hi Carol! glad you liked the apron. Yes you can include it with your customer creations page. Just use "Lucy S" as my name please. It takes 1 yd fabric each for front & back. And 1/4 yd if you do the neck & ties in an accent fabric. I just made a pattern out of an old William Sonoma apron I love. My daughter is at Purdue in Indiana, so she's a bit further than your 2 guys.
thanks again - Lucy
I purchased scrap fabric from you previously. I attached a picture of the front and the back of the quilt that I made for my little sister out of it. :)
Thanks! - Amy
I really love the knitting sheep too. My mother and I make scrap bags (Thread Catchers) for our local Quilting and Yarn stores, they are going to love this fabric.
I attached a photo of a "Thread Catcher" so you can see what we make. They save ya from making a big mess on the floor and are great for all kinds of crafts. (they are a pin cushion too)
I so glad I came across your site, I will be ordering more and soon. Thanks again. - Karen
I used your tiny silver horse shoes on black for the borders & to frame the tiny horse blocks. This is her second quilt of mine & she loves it best. - Karen
Here are a couple of quilts that were given away as prizes for a couple of conventions. They were a lot of fun to make.
Thank you so much… I now know what “Fat Quarter” means…I really thought it was a brand of fabric. As you can see, I am totally new to this. My daughter Nina started a project to get donations to buy stuffed bears for the Children’s Hospital where her older brother is completing his residency. That quickly morphed into our mom/daughter project of making the bears. She made some bears to sell at our local Relay for Life where she donates the proceeds to RFL and for every bear she sells she makes one to take to the hospital.
Website Link Nina's Share a Bear on Etsy
Thought you might like to see the way the Thomas tote for my grandson came out using the two panels you sent me. He had a great time with it when he wore the Thomas costume his mother bought him at out Purim party.
Homemade I-Spy quilt measuring 39.5 x 44 in. Turquoise and purple borders Disney characters. You will "Spy": Mickey, Minnie, Pluto, Donald, Goofy, Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, Tigger, Roo, Cinderella, Snow White, Merida, Ariel, Belle, Aurora, Tiana, Prince Naveen (Frog Prince), Rapunzel, Tinkerbell, Vidia, Rosetta, Iridessa, Mike Wazowski, Sully, Woody, Buzz, Jessie, Bulls Eye, Hamm, Rex, Toy Story Alien, Lightning McQueen, Mator, Nemo, Squirt, and Merida's brothers in bear form (Harris, Hubert, and Hamish)
Website Link Two Giggly Girls on Etsy
This is my Mason Jar Lights I make...I make many different patterns. I am a stay at home mom of five kids and live in upstate NY...I enjoy making money at a hobby Iove. I create everything on my site myself.
As promised here is a pic of the quilt you helped me make for the gal undergoing cancer treatment. I made her the little bag out of the fabric she sent me, then I added in the Cards fabric you had plus some solids and this is how it came out. I even took more of the leftovers and made a tote to hold the quilt as she takes it to the stadium.
I wanted to share my quilt “Dogs on TV” with you. This quilt was made for my step granddaughter who loves dogs.
Thank you for the inspiration.
I live in the country in West Texas were rattle snakes are common. I love having guests but worry perpetually that "city folks" won't be on the alert for snakes. So, I made the banner to hang in the guest house, to remind everyone to be watchful for rattlesnakes as they live here, too. I find the graphic reminder is far more effective than my repeated commands of, "Watch out for the snakes!" I thought about selling the second banner to the local winery as they have plenty of city people visiting but gave it to my son instead. He lives in the city and I thought the message just might serve as a warning to anyone up to no good.
You see I make Dioramas. The one I am working on is the interior of King Tuts tomb. That is why the gray brick is a must. Thanks again, Ray.
Thought you would like to see what we did with the 4 yards of material we ordered from you. We love it! Thanks so much! New curtains really freshened up the old trailer!
I just thought you would like to see what I created with the fabric I purchased from your website.... it is a Superman Boutique Style Wipe Case. It was created for a babyshower gift and everyone just loved it. It was so hard finding anything with superman so I figured I would create something unique. Thank you for having such reasonable prices, I will continue buying from you! You have such a beautiful selection to choose from.
Attached are some pictures of the neck wrap and quilts I made with fabric from 4my3boyz Fabrics.
Thanks again so much! Dawn
Weighted Blankets by Dawn
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I thought you might like to see the alphabet quilt I finished for my 4 y/o grandson, Jackson. Most of the blocks have fabric that I purchased from your website. Thank you so much for offering these novelty fabrics and delivering quick, efficient service. It certainly made the task of gathering 26+ fabrics a ton easier than visiting and ordering from several different websites.
Hi there - attached is a pic of my latest dolly creation, using the gorgeous balloon fabric purchased some time ago from you. It took me so long to decide what I was going to do with it - but yesterday, the scissors came out! The lovely lady that has just purchased the doll has asked where the fabric is from, and I was more than happy to give her your details. Doll pattern by Bit of Whimsy Thanks so much!
Nana's pretties is a place where you can get tutu's, tutu dresses, bows, blankets, and more! We offer affordable prices on the boutique items you love the most. Shipping varies with each item. We do combine shipping when more than one item is purchased.
I was thrilled with the fabric. I used the sky blue as a border for Raggedy Andy. The women who runs the quilt club loved it also. The Disney Pooh quilt and the Raggedy Andy quilt were created for donation. I took pictures of all the quilts for sale and hung them next to our for sale sign. The full amount goes to our First Aid Squad. I've included some of the other items I have made with the fabric from your store.
Someone gave me this panel and they called it a cheat sheet. I have no idea why as it took me longer to do this one than most of the others I made. I put my own touch to it and outlined everything.
The first 2 pics are of a quilt I made with donated fabric. The next one was done with a charm pack that I got on sale. The truck one I made out of scraps that I had big pieces of. If you want to see any more I will have to get my discs out and check them. I try to keep a copy of everything that I make.
We made the quilt as a throw type spread for a queen size bed; it will come to one inch from the floor. Also, we had in mind that our son will inherit the king size bed on which the quilt is displayed. With a dust ruffle, it will look fine on a king size bed.
I want you to know we are pleased with the quality of your fabrics, and are certain our son will be very surprised and pleased with the finished product. My very good friend, who has known him all his life, had great pleasure in putting this together for him. - Rosemary Atkins
You have 3 boys I see - I have 5 great nephews. Here's an art quilt I made of the two oldest children. That's the kind of thing I want to try out the softer printable fabric on.
I wanted to thank you for the quick shipping; I've already received my fabric and finished the project it was purchased for - a throw for my grandson. I will be looking to you again when I need a unique fabric and great customer service. Thanks for a great buying experience.
This is the first quilt I finished using some of the material you sent me. I'm still involved in the "work world" and can only work on my quilts on the weekends. I'm anxious to design another hospital quilt using your donated material.
These are some of the samples of my work making use of some of your fabrics. The first one is for a young man fighting leukemia. It has the microphone, headset, crosses, religious fabrics, etc.
The next one is for a dad who is going to Afghanistan for the 6th time leaving his 4 year old son and that is the next quilt with the picture in the center and the army vehicles around it. You can pick out some of your fabrics in those, too.
Just wanted to share some of my work using your fabrics.
The comforter I made for my grandson. Again thank you so much for the fabrics. Would recommend your site anytime.
I wanted to share some pics of a baby quilt that I put together for my nephew for Christmas using the fabrics you sent.
This is what i make. Clothes for friends and family. Also little blankets and shorts. I line them with polar fleece
We live on the east coast of Australia.