Baby bib pattern Not the most glamorous of items, but an everyday essential and no one wants a grotty one when you can have a really nice home made one instead. It has a cross over front with the option to have two different fabrics, plus, its fully reversible so … Continue reading →
Don’t we always joke that if you buy a child a toy, it spends more time playing with the box than with what’s inside. Somewhere along the line, moms started to notice that babies enjoyed the feel of the labels on their toys, and the ribbons, and so those started … Continue reading →
Button snake tutorial This colorful felt button snake is made in just a moment, requiring really little sewing skills. It’s one of the all-time favorite toys among toddlers and mums for learning buttoning and fine motor skills through play. Easy and fast to make – a perfect gift!
Baby Burp Cloth pattern This Baby Burp Cloth pattern is quick and easy to sew, the perfect baby burp cloth pattern. Not too big, not too small, and shaped to fit at the neck. This one is Mom-Approved! This pattern also includes a video tutorial where you’ll learn how to … Continue reading →
Handmade baby toys tutorial The tradition of knitting for new babies still continues, but why stop there when you can also create unique toys for a lot less than you can often buy them in posh ‘baby boutiques’. A ‘baby essential’ today: the comfort blanket, soother, or cuddle blanket. … Continue reading →
Car seat cover pattern Do you hate the look of your baby’s car seat. Try this Car seat cover pattern and tutorial on for size. A simple slip cover just for your car seat. Its a quick and easy sew. Find the car seat cover pattern here.
Budding Baby Bunting Blanket tutorial The Budding Baby Bunting Blanket is the perfect keepsake blanket for your little one. What makes it so special? You are using those special baby photos to create the bunting on the blanket. This will be a blanket that they can enjoy when they are … Continue reading →
This mini taggie quilt tutorial would make the ideal gift for a friend who is having a baby. More interesting than a taggie blanket but just as snugly for the child. It is made using fat quarters so it’s a great way to use up any fat quarters you have … Continue reading →
Hooded towels are awesome – put a silly monster face on it and you have a winner (and big smiles all around). These are sure to please kids of any ages, and would make great gifts too. The easy step by step tutorial is easy to follow and there’s lots … Continue reading →
Kids love fleece – warm, cozy, and comfortable. Mom’s love how easy it is to toss in the wash. This jacket is sure to please everyone. Easy to put together, with maximum results – my favorite kind of project :). And for a little extra *oomph*, the hand embroidery … Continue reading →
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