The first project was to bedazzle some onesies for the baby. I started these before Mom came into town, but she helped me do some hard stuff, and even Sabs come up to show off her hand sewing skills. Behold- the results.
I made these ruffle bums and I can not stop giggling about them. Just think how much cuter they will be with an actual BODY in them! The purple one has a bird shape on the front, the multi-colored one has some cute buttons around the front collar.
More onesies- super easy to make, I cut out the elephant and whale patterns, ironed on some backing, and sewed around them. Incidentally, some of this fabric is left over from a past nursery project so she will MATCH her room. So cute, might barf.
We also fancied up some burp cloths (aka cloth diapers) with ribbon and fabric. Mom hand stitched the green ones- she can REALLY sew.
I also fancied up a couple of my own shirts- like that purple shirt in my shower photos. It was just a regular boring shirt and I sewed some little ruffle flowers for the shoulder from an old tank top that I never wear. Please don’t think I am being inventive, all of these ideas have mostly been stolen from other people/blogs/projects- I am merely copying and tweaking them for my own projects.
I still have some in-progress things, and I’ll update you on them once I finish them. Plus, Jazz brought home a 1/2 bushel of peaches on Friday that I am apparently making into freezer jam. Have I done this before? No, of course not. Can anyone say NESTING?