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!
i am forever making stuff for my niece! i decided to make her a sensory pillow this time- she already has some tag blankets she loves, so i thought the round pillow might be fun! it's soft and cushiony, and she loves holding it!
i also made her another Birdie the Cat pillow-i know, how many can she have right? but this one is for her house!
these were both made with the leftover Moda fabrics from the highchair cover i redid for my sister!
my sister asked me if i could redo her highchair cover as my niece is about to start eating solids! (she's just turning 6 months- i swear, where has the time gone?!!!) instead of the boring ol' Eddie Bauer cover that they have, my sister went to the local quilt shop i'm always raving about and chose some fun Moda prints (posh and flutterby). i'm always scared making stuff for people when no pattern is involved, mainly because once you cut it it's done! so if i mess up, there's no going back! BUT, the finished cover is SUPER cute! and i totally love it! to seperate the two fabric pieces i added some yellow piping which i think really brings out all the fun colors. the backside is also the same pale yellow, and the ties that attach the cover to the highchair are in the flutterby print.
so here's the before:
and the after:
i thought i'd also show you what my sister and her husband did to one of their rooms! it was funny when my sister was pregnant because she kept saying that once her daughter was older, there would be no clutter and she dreaded buying all the plastic, bulky toys and having them lay all around the house! well...it's come to the point where my niece needs said toys and they decided to turn one of their main rooms into her playroom! my sister and her husband fell in love with Anna Maria Horner's sketchbook fabric as well and decided to redo some of their chairs in that fabric. each of the colors in the fabric is something that they already have in the rooms themselves, so it coordinated perfectly! (i think between my sister, myself, and my little cousin, we basically bought the bolt of this fabric at the quilt shop!)
my brother-in-law also made a storage bench for my niece so that they can store her toys in there.
i guess craftiness runs in the family!