I haven’t been spending as much time on sewing lately because Elizabeth is crawling around everywhere so my sewing table got moved out of the dining room and the sewing machine was put in the closet. :( But I’m super proud of her spunky spirit! lol
Anyway, I do have a fair number of projects started so I thought I’d share them here. Maybe it will motivate me to finish them soon!
These bibs are great for mealtime as well as keeping her clothes dry from drooling (six teeth and counting!)
I love the pattern and have made several of these. I need a few more now that she’s eating so many solids. The flowery fabric pictured above is from WalMart and the checkered one is a secondhand crib sheet. :) The PUL is from JoAnn’s. I use cute fabric on the front, PUL on the inside and white flannel for the back.
These smaller bibs are perfect for drooling. I made this pattern, and a number of bibs with it, months ago but they are sort of rough looking these days so I’m adding a few more. ;)
Samuel picked out the fabric at WalMart. It is super soft flannel. :)
We have a wooden high chair and even though Elizabeth’s diaper probably provides ample fluff for her bottom, I wanted to make a cute cushion for more support. I bought this fabric at Hobby Lobby…I think…it was a few months ago. The cushion is two squares I cut from a foam roll I bought at WalMart. I may also make a cushion for her back at some point but right now sits up anyway.
I’m going to be attempting to make fabric sandwich bags. I’ve seen them on Etsy and liked the simple, fold-over design. You may not be able to see the plastic bag in the photo, but I’ve cut out flannel pieces with seem allowances of about a ½ inch.
I saw this bun warmer on Pinterest a while ago and loved the old fashioned look of it. :) It reminded me of something I would have seen at my grandma’s dinner table. Since we have rolls/biscuits often, I thought it’d be nice to have something on the table to keep them warm. The green fabric is from WalMart (? I think ?) and the microfleece (to retain the warmth) is from JoAnn’s.
So there are my WIPs!
What are you working on?