Baby Quilt Patterns Giveaway (CLOSED)

Have you seen Quiltville on Etsy? She has some especially adorable baby quilt patterns. How would one of these look wrapped around your favorite baby?      You could make one of these cuties yourself! Never quilted? It's never too late to start! Quiltville is giving away a pattern to 2 lucky readers! You can choose between

Baby Kimono Top Tutorial: Guest Post

Have you met Narelle from Cook Clean Craft? She's dropping by today to add a little sewing fun to Sewing For Baby month. Thanks for helping out Narelle! Over at her blog, you can find her sewing up incredibly cute little clothes: Teaching you how to make a box pleat: Giving tips on how to

Sew an odd sized sheet: Quick & Easy Sheet Tutorial

There are so many crib sheet tutorials available. But what if you have an odd sized crib, pack and play, or basinet? What if you just want a quick method? I have this great portable crib that I've used with babies 2 through 4. It allows the current occupant of the regular crib to take

Urban Hoodie

A couple months ago Heidi & Finn sent me the Urban Unisex Hoodie pattern to review. Well, I finally had the chance to whip one up and I love it!  This is size 6 mo. and was made from a pair of maternity sweats I never wanted to wear again in my life. It is fully

Little Cap Sew Along Day 3

  Making the Little Cap is really easy, right? Please add your photos to the Flickr group so we can see what you've made! Are you interested in making a smaller cap for babies? Interested in seeing another little change I made? Jump on over to the Day 3 Instructions. The kids are starting swim

Little Cap Sew Along Day 2

I intended (or hoped) to make another cap last night because some of my pictures are sorely lacking for the sew along. I didn't do it though. I've declared this vacation week around here. We'll be swimming and reading and doing a bit of math and spelling but that's about it!  This is the lovely

Little Cap Sew Along Day 1

The Little Cap Sew Along is finally here! This is such an easy project, it hardly needs a sew along, but it's fun to make things with others, isn't it? I'll also be showing you some pattern variations including size variations. So, are you ready to join in? If you haven't bought your pattern yet,

The little cap that started it all

I've made 5 Little Caps to date. This is the one that started it all. I made it just like the example on the pattern. I love the little argyle. She calls it "Maggie's hat" and she's been sad to be separated from it for the last month. Our boxes are being delivered to our