here's the latest set that i just finished up and is now listed in the shop! i love Anna Maria Horner's Chocolate Lollipop fabric collection, and this is the last bit of it that i had left! when i realized i had some colored Gerber Burp cloths leftover it was the perfect set for me to put together!
this set includes an applique onesie (in size 3-6 months), a snap closure bib, and also a purple fabric decorated Gerber burp cloth!
here's another baby shower gift set listed in my shop!
this set is made with a pink and brown paisley fabric and includes a large diaper tote bag, chenille blanket, burp cloth and bib set, sensory blanket, and sensory block!
here's another infant gift set that i made for the shop! it's made with Moda's Monkey N Round fabric in Banana.
the set comes with a Gerber 6-ply fabric decorated burp cloth, chenille bib, and an applique onesie in size 6-9 months.
i also had enough fabric to make a long sleeved appliqued onesie as well! get it now while you can!
UPDATE: sorry to tease again! as soon as i listed it, i had an etsy conversation and this item is now sold!
here's the Yui Kokeshi Infant Gift Set that i promised i'd list earlier! it's been done for a while but i finally just got around to listing it in the shop! i've been making the long sleeved gift sets for the colder weather, and am hoping to get a few boy sets listed! (i have my eye on some super cute boy fabrics, but i've put myself on a bit of a budget so i'm not sure when i'll be getting my hands on some!)
the other day i received an email from an old co-worker- imagine my surprise when she included pictures of her and her 4month old! the last time i spoke with her, she had mentioned she and her husband were trying to have kids, so i didn't even know she had finally gotten pregnant!! i instantly got to work and made her some baby gifts to send off!
her set included
a personalized fabric decorated burp cloth and matching chenille bib
and a personalized sensory blanket! (unfortunately, i thought the pink would look good on the blanket, but i probably would have been better off using white thread!)