Here I've had to do a bit of last minute patching up! I had cut the side bands a little too short!
For the soil patches:
x3 = 7x17cm rectangles for the bottoms
x1 = 10x20cm - cutting four 1,5cm squares on the four sides to obtain a 7x17x1,5 patch
x1 = 15x25cm - cutting four 4cm squares on the four sides to obtain a 7x17x4 patch
x1 = 17x27cm - cutting four 5cm squares on the four sides to obtain a 7x17x5 patch
The two highest patches (4 and 5 cm) have four holes in which I included a case of the shape and size of the vegetable that would come inside.
x1 = 30x21cm / x2 = 21x6cm / x2 = 30x6cm
x1 = 21,5x31cm / x2 = 21x3cm / x1 = 31x3cm
The watering can was made randomly with scrapes of felt and the little figure remains without a face on purpose. At first I wanted to make it all pretty and fully dressed, but in the end I opted for something which would leave more room for imagination: a blank character with just an apron and a funny hat.
The hat had to be pink by the way because H. does have a lot of pink around her, I suspect her mum and herself rather like the colour ;) ... I must confess that I do too!
So there we go.
A garden for a 3yo girl who can play planting vegs and collecting them even on a rainy day, without having to wait for the seeds to grow, and she can even pretend to cook those vegs with her cooking playset!
I must say that I am rather proud of my achievement :)