Just when you think a girl does not need another one, you see it and you must have it. In the life of a little girl, one just can not have enough bows! The dilemma, where do you keep them; keep them nice and ordered or keep them from being misplaced? In an attempt to keep all bows (and the growing collection!) in one place I needed to either find a hair bow holder or just make one myself. Well of course, I enjoy a project. With chicken wire and an old window frame....voila!
Bows and a little bit extra!
Looking forward to seeing this garden of bows grow with my monkey!
Sunny Days! Bright Sunny Days!
Let's celebrate such glorious sunny days with a sun hat! Figured I could not go wrong making a sun hat for our little one. Since it serves multiple purposes: pure cuteness, sun protection, shading it seemed worthy of giving it a try.
Used 2 pillowcases for this project, one solid color and one with pattern. The combinations are endless so will definitely be doing this one again. Ready for good times!
Yes I know but a resolution is a resolution and behind on it or not I did want to make an attempt to keep up with my sewing resolution. So I have been working hard on catching up with months past until I have caught up to date. Happy to announce that I am getting there. After a busy spring with birthdays, weddings, projects etc. I am now back in the swing of things and working out my project pillowcase resolution. Whew!
For project pillowcase February I wanted to do something along the line of staying in, enjoying time together, with a little personal touch. Happy to finally be posting the final product. With a few pillowcases in hand I set out to do coasters! Cheers!
Then March came and went but I knew Project Pillowcase March needed to prepare for the great outdoors and for this ATL heat! Why not make our little one a sweet summer dress; here is to a different kind of pillowcase dress.