Baby Goodies

Who doesn’t love making things for babies?  Baby stuff is just so stinkin’ cute!  I made some bibs, with matching burp cloths and did some applique on some tiny 0-3 month Onesies.

The bib pattern is the Little Bitty pattern.  I didn’t use batting, and I used a terry cloth back.  I just bought a towel and cut it, which was so easy!

I used flannel for the front and terry cloth for the back.

I used the tie pattern that’s included in the bib pattern and appliqued it to the shirt.

Bib, Onesie, and 2 matching burp cloths

Love this guitar fabric!

I used soft edge applique with this one and it’s so soft.

Bib, Onesie, and 2 matching burp cloths

Life’s A Hoot

Here is a quilt for my nephew, who’s expected to make his appearance in April.  I was going to wait until closer to his birth date to make and deliver the quilt, but the family decided to throw a baby shower on Christmas Eve, so I had a lot of motivation to get this done quickly.

My daughter named him “Hoot” when the parents-to-be came to visit, and that kind of stuck, so I just had to do an owl theme…but it’s certainly not overboard on the owls.

It’s really cute, and the pattern is Pure Baby Boy.  The pattern calls for using a Jelly Roll, but I opted for a charm pack and a single fabric backing.  The fabric is Hooty Hoot by Riley Blake.  The post wash measurement is 31.5″ x 39″.

I also had to make some coordinating burp cloths, because you can never have too many, and who doesn’t love some custom birth cloths?