One more little outfit is ready for our due-at-Christmas granddaughter. How I LOVE making baby things!
The diaper shirt and ruffle-butt bloomers are Swiss pique, trimmed with candy pink microcheck. The ruffles were made on the serger, finished with a 3-thread rolled edge. Continue reading
I’m still frantically making toddler toys for Operation Christmas Child so I haven’t had time to write up a new post. Getting all 50 of these in-the-hoop stuffed dolls and animals out the door is my highest priority right now. As soon as they are finished, I can get back to stitching baby girl things for our newest granddaughter, due at Christmas. So this re-run will have to do for now.
It seems especially appropriate, since it is our daughter Rebecca’s baby we are eagerly awaiting. Read below to see why.
This little diaper shirt will be pulled out of the special items packed away after granddaughter Laurel outgrew them. To go with it, I’m going to make a pair bloomers with an eyelet edge. Do you think yellow gingham or solid?
Oooh, I cannot wait to see this precious, long-awaited baby in smocked and heirloom clothing.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Babies are always more trouble than you thought – and more wonderful. Charles Osgood
Even 5 year old Laurel is well aware of the first part of this sentence. Babies are, in her words, “a LOT of trouble!” Recently, for a homeschool social studies lesson, Continue reading