It was a really simple shape, that you can see from the very top photo, and when folded just so, it makes a bag. Little flaps to make it an actual bag are held shut with buttons and elastic loops.
The mud pit, and little lake, were blanket-stitched on and then embellished with little swirls and waves. The white picket fence surrounds nearly the whole top portion, with a little opening for the tractor, and wayward animals, to make their way through.
The coolest part is the barn itself- it is just red fabric with felt embellishments, and the barn doors are little pockets to hold all the little farm friends.
It was fun to make, and almost as exciting to photograph, since we pulled over to a dairy farm and asked if we could stand by their cows and tractor and such and take pictures. I almost stepped in a cow placenta taking this below photo- those were loving new moms in the back. And I mean NEW, like, still licking their little babies to get them clean.
Anyway, that's that! I'll probably post a few small instructions after this next round is over. It is a little stressful getting these projects done in only a few days. For this 4th and final round, we only get one vote, so I better make it good!