Its so hard to find cute baby girl hats so i decided to make one. I used a Mccalls pattern. I am not sure the number but there are a few styles in the pattern.
This was my first hat so i cannot …
I made this warm hoody out of some pretty winter fabric for my daughter. The hood is lined. I used Burda 9748 for the pattern, it is very easy!
I had some leftover fabric and thought hey i will make a dress for the baby out of it, but the result looked too “teenager-ish” So I chopped off some of the shirring and declared it a skirt instead…
This project is based on Delia at Delia Creates.
The diaper cover pattern is from MADE, I didn’t have quite enough of the …
If i were to make these again, i would figure out a fake fly and front pockets, and make the back of the tights higher to accommodate her cloth diapers.
I based the pattern on a download at http…
THanks all, sorry i didnt notice there were comments until now. This was my first time not using…
black and white dress for baby
My mom actually made this one but so cute had to post it
Mccalls pattern i believe
made a tshirt dress for my daughter
My husband screenprinted the design for the window cornice and I sewed a matching pillow for the baby’s nursery
The front has 3 pleats and the side and back are plain flat panels since they wont be seen.
I used an old bedsheet for the portion that goes under the mattress so excuse the ronald mcdonald colo…
Crib bumpers are oh so cute and really dress up a crib. But because of information on the net about the risks with crib bumpers, i decided to mimic the breathable crib bumpers that you can buy.
Found this awesome fabric for $6. I cut out a big rectangle encompassing the design, shirred the top, sewed up the side, hemmed and voila!
skirt made from jersey material for a summer maternity skirt. Based on take a break skirt in burda issue 7/2011, style 115. Only i didnt want the asymmetrical hemline so i cut it out straight.
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