Sorry about the lack of posting recently. School has been really busy, which limits my free time to do sewing and crafting. I did get a little in last week for my friend Danielle’s baby shower. She’s having a little baby boy soon, so I sewed up some goodies for her and baby.
My friend Katie pointed me to this denim bib tutorial, and I fell in love. How adorable are these things?
And I love how they are reversible. It’s like having two bibs in one!
Best of all, I’ve found a really great way to use these adorable ribbons I’ve been slowly collecting.
I just KNEW I would find a use for them. (Ok, maybe I just bought them because they were cute. But it paid off, didn’t it?)
I also sewed up a little monkey swaddling blanket. How great is this stitching? I think my favorite part of sewing blankets is the fun stitches you can use for the top-stitching.
Last night I finally cut the strips for my mom’s non-wonky log cabin quilt. It’s going to be a Christmas quilt! Yay! We had bought most of this fabric on clearance last year, so it’s fun to see it made into something.
This is going to be a fun quilt. I can’t wait to start sewing the blocks!
great as usual! I envy your sewing machine stitches…
Love it all! The blanket fabrics look really nice together! Can’t wait to see how the Christmas quilt turns out!
We love Braden’s bib. It is precious on and really works as well.