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      DIY Cardboard Ship Pattern

      I am humbled by the reaction to last weekend’s ship building.

      There have been requests from a good few mums for the pattern, (plans are being hatched to build ships for their very important little-uns), so I went back to the drawing board and made a ‘proper’ pattern to share.

      All I ask of anyone using the pattern is that you come back and share a photo of your little ships so we can share in the joy – the MollyMoo fleet :)

      click here to download the ship’s base
      and here for the ships hull sides and stern.
      The pattern is for personal use only

      Sincere thanks to awesome blogs Small To Big, Molto Piccolo, and Colour Me There (formerly Li’l Magoolie) and CraftGossip for featuring our craft :)


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