Monday, April 24, 2017

Baby Goods

My Bee Sewcial mates and I threw a virtual baby shower for one of our own recently, and I can now share what I made for Kari/quiltsforthemaking and her new little boy.

One of the items I've enjoyed making several times for baby gifts is a travel changing pad from Amy Butler's Little Stitches for Little Ones. I used this pattern to make a couple for grandgirl when she was a baby, and they worked and washed really well. I didn't think to get a photo that better shows that the inside is made from terry cloth, but it's soft and cozy. Having participated in the heƄrtland Blog Tour along with Kari, I knew she liked the line and had made a quilt for baby with it. Kismet!

Another go-to baby pattern is Little Baby Bibs by Jennie/Clover & Violet. These were especially fun with the fussy cut animals from the Hello, Bear collection by Bonnie Christine.

Sweet little baby items are always a fun sew. I keep adding to a Sewing for Baby pin board, so I'm prepared with ideas when the need strikes!


  1. It's so cute Debbie ! It's going to be a shame to use them ;-)

  2. What beautiful and thoughtful gifts that are likely going to be deeply appreciated and much used!

  3. It is so cute! I love the the bibs you hav made! :-)

  4. So cute! Thanks for all the sewing ideas! My new grandson will keep me busy!!

  5. So adorable! What sweet gifts, and I love that line, it's perfect for this.