I am ecstatic to say that I have a new great grand daughter! She was born at 35 weeks gestation due to my grand daughter having some medical issues, but both of them are fine and healthy! I am so happy to report!
I have been busy sewing things for our new baby despite the fact that she is far away. Because she was early, I set to work sewing some preemie clothes and mailed them off to mom. But now I am sewing the next size up, zero to three months.
Here is one of the little outfits I have made for her. It is a pair of pajamas and a hair band with a tulle bow with a little stuffie made from the fabric. It is 100 percent cotton.
I am looking forward to seeing her in her outfit at Thanksgiving!
Until Next Time!
I cannot believe it! Someone finally took an actual photo of the Florida “State Bird”, the mosquito indigenous to our state! Or why one fears to go out after twilight here:
Until Next Time,
My lovely first grand daughter is expecting a baby next fall. I am so excited to be able to sew cute little things for a baby girl! She is due to be born in the fall in Utah so I have to remember how much cooler it is there than here in sunny Florida. Here is a little something I made to keep her warm at night.
The background color of the fabric is not really grey, it is blue. The fabric is a a fleece remnant that I could barely fit the pattern on. (That’s the reason for the pink snap tab) The pattern I used was McCall’s M7219, View A: