Here the twin size quilt my daughter and I made out of scraps from my scrap bin. It turned out bright and colorful. Dropped it off with the little old lady in town and she did the machine quilting for us for only $28.
Thursday, November 20, 2014
I did throw together some pieces for costumes this year. Here is little boy blue. I only did the overalls.
I only made the tutus for the twincesses.
Only made the cape here for the vampire.
Whipped up the fox shirt and pants and tackled the tail and ears.
Little red riding hood made her own apron. I made the cape and the dress which I really, seriously slopped through. The twins just take up so much of my time I have to really rush through everything else.
I have been dabbling around in the quilting world. Here are the first 2 baby quilts that I made to give away as gifts. I dropped them off last week to this little lady in town that machine quilted them for me and only charged me $12 per quilt. Now I just have to get the binding on them. So excited!
Friday, June 20, 2014
I totally took the work out of this one...I cheated. I found this little white dress at Target. I thought that this dress would make for a perfect blessing dress but I didn't like the pink roses. I examined them and knew they would be easy to remove. So I bought two of the dresses for these twin girly's.
I removed the pink roses and...
Here is what we ended up with. I added some sequence ribbon and a couple of white flowers to the bodice.
I am loving the results and it was an inexpensive way to go when needing two little white dresses. Quick and little work.
Saturday, May 17, 2014
I made these four Hungry Bunnys for Easter. The kids loved putting all their treats in them. I found this cute and free pattern at Lil Blue Boo. It even has a tutorial to go along with it. These fun little bunnys are fully lined and go together so fast.
These are pictures before I added the buttons for their eyes. In fact I never got pictures of them after I added their eyes but oh well.