Saturday, 30 June 2012

Baby Drool Bandanas

  I've had some requests to make baby drool bandanas, so this is what I've made so far for the boys.


   Instead of always having your droolie baby in an ugly plastic bib, or a shirt that's wet down to their belly button, now your baby can drool in style.

The backing is a nice, soft fabric, and they fasten with adjustable velcro. 

       $5 per drool bandana



Tuesday, 26 June 2012

Paper-Bag Baby Skirt

Every since finding out that we were expecting again, I had been hoping for a baby girl that I can sew for, and when we found out a couple of months ago that we were having a little bambina, I got started looking for things to sew instantly. 
I had found a tutorial on the internet for sewing this skirt, but it was in an adults size, so I made some adjustments and made it to fit a baby girl size 6-9 months.  If anyone is interested in having one made for their little girl, just let me know and I can custom make you one in any colour, fabric and size that you would like. 

I had found this light pink fabric with white polka dots and made a white cotton sash for around the waist.  All that's needed is a white, ruffled-bum onesie and some white, bottomless baby sandals and the outift is complete!




Monday, 18 June 2012

Beautiful Callie

Thank-you Ruth for these adorable pictures of your little girl!!!!  Love them.


Wednesday, 13 June 2012

Headband and Matching Bottomless Sandals

Pink Jersey Headband with Shimmery White Flower & Matching Sandals

***Custom Orders Available



Monday, 4 June 2012

Baby Cocoons



I recently came across some pictures on Pinterest of little babies snuggled up in hand-knitted cocoons.  They are absolutely adorable, and thought that I needed to make some of these.  I'm currently working on a few and hope to have some pictures up of them once I finish them.  Here are a couple of pictures that I've seen, that have led to a few inspirations of my own.  I'm not following any patterns, I'm just going with it, colaberating all my ideas and coming up with patterns of my own. 


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