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dreamy those socks are killer!!!!!


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I am almost done with the re-upholstering of the stroller, need to attach the flaps that connect to the side bars and make the head bumpers and then Im done!
 

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This has been the most intensive project I have done, Im just a self taught sewer and pattern making is not my strong point but I think I did OK.

 

When this is done Im tackling the carseat.

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I think that looks great!!


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You sewer gals are so talented :).  I need to start some baby quilts this summer.


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What would be the perfect size baby blanket? I was thinking 36x36? Any thoughts?

 

I got tired of sewing by hand so I'm just cutting fabric and pinning things together and setting them aside for now. I'm hoping when I go visit my dad at the end of the month, he'll let me borrow his sewing machine for a couple months. I'm working on some bibs and burp cloths right now. Pretty basic smile.gif


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Busted my ass on the cover today, all I have left to do is attach the hood to the back of the head piece and then sew it all up with bias tape!
 

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I have never done button holes before so they are a little wonky but overall Im pretty impressed with myself, normally I have some disaster screw up part way through a project and just give up.

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dragonflymom, how on EARTH did you make that???


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Amy, what pattern did you uses for that little pixie hat? I love it! I love all of it really!


Sorry I just saw this now - here's the pattern page in Ravelry: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/pixie-hat-in-bunny-hop

Actual pattern online: http://www.straw.com/cpy/patterns/baby_pixiehat.html

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Whoops, I missed this.

 

I just took apart the original seat and made a pattern from that.

 

I made two rough drafts on muslin first to be sure I had it how I wanted it.

 

Its ready to all be sewn up I just have not gotten around to it.

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Sorry I just saw this now - here's the pattern page in Ravelry: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/pixie-hat-in-bunny-hop

Actual pattern online: http://www.straw.com/cpy/patterns/baby_pixiehat.html



I love that little hat!  And it looks like something I could actually do.  If you don't mind sharing some of your expertise, do you think a plain cotton yarn would work?  I already have some of that, so that would be perfect.  Or do you think I should stick to the yarn recommended in the pattern?

 

I just finished a little wool wrap diaper cover and  then decided I needed some baby legwarmers to go with it.  So I watched a video and learned how to use double-pointed needles.  And now I'm totally addicted to knitting.  There just isn't enough time in a day- sigh.

 

I'll post pics when I'm done with the set :)

 


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Amanda, if the cotton is a worsted weight like the recommended yarn, you can substitute. Just remember that cotton has no elasticity, which will make a difference in the fit of this hat because the ribbing won't "scrunch up" like acrylic or wool would. And it's a little heavier to wear than wool or acrylic. It's nice and cool though!


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I love that little hat!  And it looks like something I could actually do.  If you don't mind sharing some of your expertise, do you think a plain cotton yarn would work?  I already have some of that, so that would be perfect.  Or do you think I should stick to the yarn recommended in the pattern?

 

I just finished a little wool wrap diaper cover and  then decided I needed some baby legwarmers to go with it.  So I watched a video and learned how to use double-pointed needles.  And now I'm totally addicted to knitting.  There just isn't enough time in a day- sigh.

 

I'll post pics when I'm done with the set :)

 


As mentioned in the previous post, sure you can try it with cotton! A bunch of people have done so already if you'd like to see how their hats turned out - it can be helpful to read their notes to see what they liked/disliked about using a certain yarn as well: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/pixie-hat-in-bunny-hop/people?status=&group=&photoless=0&search=cotton

Have fun with it! My favourite thing about baby knits is that whatever I make will usually fit... eventually wink1.gif

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Finished up two more projects yesterday - I can't wait to see them on baby! joy.gif

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Super cute!!!!!  Aren't MILOs fun?  I want to do a ton this winter for DS and DD.

 

I just finished this set for another mama due in October :).

 

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I LOVE the knitted goodies!!! So cute! I haven't even started on knitting and crochet yet (other than one hat...) I've been making crib sheets -I have a massive bolt of sheeting, and crib sheets are a lot more pricey than I remember! So im whipping up about 10 of those. (Maybe more, for my sister, who's expecting twins!) Maybe we'll batik them or tie dye them;)

Also made changing pad covers, reusable wet wipes, made a batch of bum butter and nipple cream, 3 wraps, and a sling. Whew.

Soon i'll be starting on some batches of nursing/breastfeeding cookies and putting them in the freezer.


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Wow, you are one busy mama!

 

I have some quilt fabric I need to start cutting next month for baby and toddler quilts for DD and DS.  I also bought some pretty fabric for pillowcase tops for DD next Spring (I am a hoarder and planner) to match her woolies/knits.  I really really need a craft room....yarn is in bins mostly, yarn for upcoming projects are on top of the bins, yarn in process are in the yarn bag or dining room table.  I don't know where I am going to sew...most likely the dining room table.  Ugh.

 

I love batik and have a few shirts I bought for DD in that style and also have some quilt fabric in batiks for one of the baby quilts :).

 

Can't wait to see more pics of everyone's projects.  What an inspiring thread.


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Super cute!!!!!  Aren't MILOs fun?  I want to do a ton this winter for DS and DD.

 

I just finished this set for another mama due in October :).

 

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I LOVE these, especially the hat! I'm making an owlie sleep sac as well, but in white (so not as fun!).

I have two more Milos in mind, though DH's reaction to the first one was less than stellar. "Cute. But this (the cable) makes it look girly". eyesroll.gif

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I LOVE the knitted goodies!!! So cute! I haven't even started on knitting and crochet yet (other than one hat...) I've been making crib sheets -I have a massive bolt of sheeting, and crib sheets are a lot more pricey than I remember! So im whipping up about 10 of those. (Maybe more, for my sister, who's expecting twins!) Maybe we'll batik them or tie dye them;)

Also made changing pad covers, reusable wet wipes, made a batch of bum butter and nipple cream, 3 wraps, and a sling. Whew.

Soon i'll be starting on some batches of nursing/breastfeeding cookies and putting them in the freezer.


This all sounds so great. I wish I had more time to sew! Knitting I take everywhere with me, and I even knit on my lunch break at work - sewing requires much more time and concentration on my part. I have ordered some lovely flannel for a special blanket though smile.gif

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Oh I love white on newbies!  I want to do one undyed longies with cables of some sort....


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Amy and Iris, thanks for the advice on the yarn!

 

All of the handknits are soooo cute.  I'm really just a beginner, but I think it's something I can be good at eventually if I put the time into it.  It's so inspiring to see so many amazing projects!


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Hey crafty mamas.  I've been following this thread while suppressing my own craftiness, but finally this weekend I started making diaper inserts/soakers and fitted diapers.  I've ordered some nice fabric, but right now I'm just making them out of old t-shirts and old towels and a flannel sheet my mom wanted to get rid of.  I've made two dipes so far and my technique is... getting better.  They're far too ugly to post pics, however.  Anyone else making diapers?


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yellowdart - I'm sure they're lovely & soft from the old material. They'll be pooped on - it doesn't matter if they're perfect!


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Yellowdart-  I've been planning to make some diapers, but I just can't seem to motivate myself to sew.  But when I get around to it, I'm planning on making them out of some old flannel recieving blankets, t-shirts, and some old prefolds I have. I'm not expecting mine to be very lovely, either :)


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they certainly don't have to be pretty...we bought a $20 sewing machine and dh made our first baby our first cloth diaper (flat) from a thrifted flannel sheet

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we made a fitted from the same sheet and tons of pockets from another sheet and some thrifted fleece

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the velcro was a pita!!!! the male end kept tangling the thread!

 


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I've never sewn diapers and give you mamas a lot of credit!

 

Here are some newborn longies in lovely handspun!

 

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Nice dipes, Saoirse!  Thanks for the reassurance, everyone.  Mine so far are this ugly shade of salmony orange that was sorta tolerable at first but now I'm just completely sick of.  I've made five inserts and two diapers from the stuff (one dipe covered in purple t-shirt though, just lined with flannel), and there's plenty left.  They are all really nice and soft though, and my sewing technique is improving a lot.  I'll post pix when I'm home, maybe.  smile.gif  It does feel great to make things.  I've bought a handful of diapers as well, all either used or new on clearance, but now I have visions of cleaning out all the used cottons at Goodwill (maybe they still have a couple of those all-cotton sweatshirts I gave them last year?) and making amazing diapers and then starting my own wildly successful WAHM line and getting $35 per dipe and all that.  Oh, also, once I'm through the orange sheet I have a pretty pink one to cut into.  I wanted to use the orange up first so those could be my practice diapers. 

 

Do you guys make your own patterns or is there a downloadable pattern you like?  Mine are basically copied/traced from an Organic Caboose newborn fitted I got on sale, but with way longer wings.  The first one I made ended up being way too big and overstuffed - it might fit a real big baby or a toddler - the but second one is a pretty respectable small. 

 

PS - mythik, your stuff is amazing.  I've tried knitting and never got past the first few inches of a scarf.  I can't imagine knitting anything that is actually evenly spaced and looks like a garment. 


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Here are some newborn longies in lovely handspun!

 

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Love these. I keep wanting to make some longies, but I REALLY dislike making sleeves on sweaters, I think the legs would drive me batty.

Also, will you be lanolizing these and using them as diaper covers, or will they simply be worn as pants over an already covered diaper?

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LOL, thanks ladies :).

 

They will be worn over fitteds and aio's so it depends on what's clean.  I do lightly lanolize all the longies as we primarily use them as diaper covers.  DS wears his to daycare (both shorties and longies) and no issues.  He does wear pockets/aio's there but if there is any leaking the wool catches it still so I prefer his wool to his regular shorts/pants :).

 

I'll be home the first few months then DD will be in DC and DS starts preschool so they will wear wool 100% of the time while I'm home this Fall and then also part-time at DC.  DS will wear wool when he feels like it as we kinda sorta started PLing which he is against.  DD will be in wool 100% of the time for the first year pretty much so I'm mostly knitting her longies and tops.

 

DS will have about 4 longies this fall and I plan on more sweaters/hats/mittens than anything else for him.  I'm also debating on elastic waistbands since we are going to really work on PLing while I'm home....hmmm...decisions decisions :).

 

Love everything ladies and thanks again!


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Nice dipes, Saoirse!  Thanks for the reassurance, everyone.  Mine so far are this ugly shade of salmony orange that was sorta tolerable at first but now I'm just completely sick of.  I've made five inserts and two diapers from the stuff (one dipe covered in purple t-shirt though, just lined with flannel), and there's plenty left.  They are all really nice and soft though, and my sewing technique is improving a lot.  I'll post pix when I'm home, maybe.  smile.gif  It does feel great to make things.  I've bought a handful of diapers as well, all either used or new on clearance, but now I have visions of cleaning out all the used cottons at Goodwill (maybe they still have a couple of those all-cotton sweatshirts I gave them last year?) and making amazing diapers and then starting my own wildly successful WAHM line and getting $35 per dipe and all that.  Oh, also, once I'm through the orange sheet I have a pretty pink one to cut into.  I wanted to use the orange up first so those could be my practice diapers. 

 

Do you guys make your own patterns or is there a downloadable pattern you like?  Mine are basically copied/traced from an Organic Caboose newborn fitted I got on sale, but with way longer wings.  The first one I made ended up being way too big and overstuffed - it might fit a real big baby or a toddler - the but second one is a pretty respectable small. 

 

PS - mythik, your stuff is amazing.  I've tried knitting and never got past the first few inches of a scarf.  I can't imagine knitting anything that is actually evenly spaced and looks like a garment. 


this is a pocket i like -made for dd printed at 85%

http://handmadebyrita.blogspot.com/2007/10/classic-rrp-ritas-rump-pocket-pattern.html

 

this is my rrp from a pillowcase...

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this is a good newborn one:

I made this for dd from my aunts old stretchy terry moo moo...lol


http://www.darlingdiapers.com/Darling%20Diapers%20Free%20Newborn%20Fitted%20Pattern2009.pdf

 

the onese I made for ds were

for the fitted: october pattern

for the pockets: wee wikka

 

for covers we use felted sweaters

 

this was my first:

http://www.borntolove.com/frugal-column2.html

 

 

I like these longies but I put in a crotch gusset from another tutorial

http://katrinassqs.blogspot.com/2008/09/longies-pattern.html

 


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