Lately I’ve really been enjoying working on sewing projects. Most of them have been centered around things for the baby, but I’ve also made some things for the boys and my nieces, nephews, and friends.
I’m relatively new to the world of sewing, so my skills often don’t match my ambition, but I’m looking forward becoming a better seamstress. I get a lot of satisfaction out of making something really cute for less than I know I could buy it at the store or a specialty boutique. I want stylish, fun things; I just don’t want to pay a lot of money for them!
Her baby quilt is finished, thanks to my my mom.
This is the diaper bag I just finished making last week. It turned out to be more of an undertaking than I expected!
This is my all-in-one diaper changing bag (sorry I forgot to rotate the picture before I downloaded it)
I bought a plain dust ruffle from the clearance rack at Target and then added some yo-yo flowers, just to add a bit of extra color.
This is a crayon pocket. I made them as Christmas gifts for my sons, nieces and nephews, and friends.
This is what it looks like when it’s all folded up. It comes in real handy at church.
I also made some funky little dollies for my nieces, and appliqued a few onesies for the babies (but I don’t have any pictures of those). I would like to make some more burp rags and a nursing cover before the baby comes but I’m not sure it will happen.
If anyone is interested in any of these patterns or techniques, I would be more than happy to assist!