A Pillowcase shirt for Mommy
I made this the same way as the dress for Kin-only bigger.
Another Dog Gate
A Onesie and T-shirt
This was my first attempt at stitching this way. I'd like to say it wasn't a fail, so if you are looking for a product that has the appearance that your three year old made it, then this was a success. Don't worry-I'll keep at this technique.
Chalkboard Wine Glasses
Ok. So I cheated. I made these for a friend's bachlorette party, but I procrastinated a bit. I ended up using pre-made chalkboard paint. I bought keychain rings and little monogramed charms with everyone's initial on them. They were a pain to hook around the stem-and I lost a couple of nails in the process-but they came out cute! I attached tulle in her color-and a white 'veil' for her glass. Her mom's had blue and white.
Ruffle Butt Onesie
Not my finest work, but the ruffle butt was the important part, and I DID IT! This was made for a friend whose baby was born on the day of Olympic opening ceremonies.
for Mark's birthday. Homemade bread-YES, I did this from scratch! Layers of cucumber and shrimp and avocado and crab, iced with a cream cheese/sour cream mixture, fresh parsley, topped with the insides and Old Bay.
I really need to put more care and attention into my sewing projects. They came out ok-from a distance.