Love love this custom fabric 🙂 Well worth it! These are gift but I might have to make a few pairs for my kiddos 🙂
I love wool yarn as a to go cup coffee cozy. They are pretty and soft, and will repel liquids long enough to get wiped off. As they are felted, they can also be hand washed without worry of shrinking!
Now live and available for purchase 🙂 These will also fit many sizes of reusable travel mugs if you want to make them look more fun.
Added an applique to the Brandt Shirt to make it look like little man has a collared shirt with a sweater and tie. Love how it came out 🙂 This is with bamboo interlock and is incredibly soft.
Here are the links to the pattern:
This is the Rocket Bottoms one size fitted pattern as an all-in-one diaper.
The finished project makes me happy in so many ways. For one, it is beautiful 🙂 love the fabric and love how it sews up and fits amazingly well (on the 8 week old and the 2 year old!).
Secondly, this shows just how far I’ve come with sewing over the past few years. I’ve come a long way from turning and top stitching two layers of flannel together for my first wipes!
This tam definitely tested my cabling skills, but the finished product is so satisfying. I love wearing it!
This is the Skeleton Key Slouchie Tam on Ravelry.
This project is as done as I am going to get it. It was a fabulous project and is supposed to have wings but I do not think I will ever get to them. Plus with how well my toddler cuddles it I’m thinking it is safer to leave them off 🙂
This is an awesome pattern/tutorial by Heidi Bears on Ravelry: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/smaug-the-african-flower-dragon
It was well worth the price of the pattern. It took a while but in the end was so neat to see the colors and construction coming together! It is quite large and was a perfect birthday present for my 2 year old.
I see many more of her African Flower animals in my future!
Another cute pattern from Kelly J Designs and was very happy she let me test again! This pattern was very easy to make and follow and just gives a touch of formal to kid’s clothes but still keeping them in comfortable knits.
These are definitely the cutest things ever and they work 🙂 I’m making them with nice soft warm fabric so socks aren’t needed. Planning on doing plenty of pairs for baby boy and once my grip-tight fabric comes in will make some slippers for the girls at daycare.
Here is her pattern: https://www.etsy.com/listing/223707153/maggies-stay-on-baby-booties-sewing
I was so thrilled to be chosen to finally test a pattern! This is the “sugar cookie romper” by Kelly J Designs and it is adorable. Made with interlock it is nice and cozy for little ones!
Here you can find my photos on her blog: https://kellyjdesigns.wordpress.com/2016/01/17/sugar-cookie-tester-photo-round-up/
Links to purchase the pattern can be found from Kelly’s blog!