Nothing gets me in the fall spirit faster than making cute things for little Buckeyes! I finished up this OSU themed dress for Scarlet and a coordinating reverse applique football tee for her brother, Tressel! I can't wait for next month (even if there has been a little drama with our favorite team!)
I finished up these sibling shirts to help their mom announce to the family that they are expecting another addition to the family! She already has twins so the surprise will be whether or not she has another set ;) I think her kiddos look absolutely adorable (and the shirts are cute too)!
I've made a number of things for my son over the past few years (ok, not nearly as much as I've made for other's kids... but a fair amount). But now he is starting to place orders! Mainly just for one of every boy-ish thing I've made recently. My list for him includes: Star wars shirt (see next post), Captain America shirt, Thor cape, and pajamas (which I just finished!). I'm trying to squeeze him into the schedule as best as I can! Here are the pajama pants:
make that 6... my son had to have one of these in Batman fabric once he saw me cranking these out for the M family! I modified the closure that I've seen on online tutorials to make it out of fabric covered elastic in the hopes that the kiddos wouldn't ask their parents to tie them every five seconds... I hope it helped!
A client of mine found a great online tutorial for a 'travel high chair' and asked me to try it out. It's a great concept and I've now added two of these to my own project list for when my girls are a little bit older (although I'm not sure how often we'll venture 'out' to eat!) The outside fabric is a great gender neutral polka dot by Alexander Henry for JoAnn. Bon Appetit!