I’m starting to get my sewing mojo back so to celebrate, I’m linking up to WiP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced. I’m also ridiculously pregnant so sewing keeps my mind off how uncomfortable I am.
Finished this Week:
Snuggler. I know not every baby likes swaddling, and I already have multiple muslin blankets to use for swaddling, but when I found the patter for Lotta Jandotter’s Snuggler I couldn’t help myself and had to make it immediately. The fabric is Echino linen, the selvage says train. I bought it awhile ago with a purpose and now love it for baby accessories although since it is true linen, I can’t use it for anything that will actually touch the baby. I used flannel for the inside because it is too warm in North Carolina (even in winter) to use the fleece called for in the pattern.
Baby Dress. Continuing on a baby theme, I made the Little Geranium pattern in 0-3 months. The pattern is by Made by Rae, and was a fantastic pattern considering I have never made a piece of clothing before in my entire life. The fabric is from the Lisette collection at JoAnn’s Fabric and is a “voile”. I am definitely going to buy the full pattern and be making more of these in the future.
Out to Sea Quilt Top. This started as a improv log cabin, but I’m blaming pregnancy brain on it turning into a bizarre cross between the coloring of a log cabin and the pattern of courthouse steps. It’s not exactly what I pictured, but I’m still pleased with how it turned out. Now to do a back for it….
Quick Change Trousers from Anna Marie Horner’s “Handmade Beginnings”. Pants are next on my to do list as I teach myself how to make clothes.
Quilt Backs. As I opened my closet where I store finished quilt tops, I realized that I have five quilt tops that don’t have backs ready for quilting. I plan to start dedicating more of my time to improving my quilting skills, so I need to get these backs done ASAP.
Headbands. I have a horrible fear that my baby girl will have no hair, so I want at least a couple headbands ready to go.
Out to Sea Quilt Back. Must…finish…quilt back… so I can quilt this! This quilt back is also my February task for “A Lovely Year of Finishes” over at Bittersweet Designs.
Charity quilts. I have one ready to be quilted, and fabric set aside for three more. I have baby on the brain though, so it is hard for me to concentrate on non-baby projects.
Baby! This little girl’s due date is today, so hopefully she will be making an appearance soon.