For my sister-in-law (and by extension her hubby), I pulled out a vintage pattern and made her a lovely apron. I think everything home-related goes better when you wear a fabulous apron.
|I had to make sure it looked good on, right?|
Swaddle Blankie.) I'm kicking myself for not snatching more up last summer. I LOVE it. The red I found at hobby lobby, the check from my stash. I made the piping around the bodice to match. The skirt is bound with matching bias tape.
For her family, a birthday banner. I kept it in primary colors since she has two boys and two girls.
I really need to update my letters...I found a few things to change, like the letter "t".
For all my nieces/nephews we were gifting to this year (and my own kidlets), ribbon candy ornaments:
For my parents:
Amy's tutorial. The back reverses to the same fabric I bound it in. I love the colors and how they glow!
For my brother and his wife:
There are a few more things I made, like PJs for my children. I figured this post was long enough, so I'll show those off another time.
On another note, January's Sewing 101 guest post will debut on Saturday. What a great way to begin the new year!
Sharing with Freckled Laundry, and At Second Street.
And At Second Street's Tie One On!