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!