Monday, December 27, 2010

Christma Pajamas

I continued the family tradition this year with matching jammas! I only had time to do pants this year, but we enjoyed them!

Merry Christmas from my family to yours!
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Yoda Birthday Shirt

How cute is this Yoda Birthday shirt?
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Some Snowmen Shirts

I made something like 25 Snowmen are a handful.
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Taggie Sensory Quilt

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Crayon Pad Rolls

Redesigned Crayon Rolls (there is a pocket under the pad section)
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Christmas Tutus

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Thanksgiving cuteness

Kayla Ann looking so cute in her leaf tutu and turkey shirt.
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Little Sister/Big Sister

I'm dabbling more with embroidery...I'm loving the way it looks.
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I made this wreath based on a blog tutorial that one of my friend's found. I love the way it turned out. If you want to make one of these, here are a few guidelines:
1 1/2 yards burlap (any color)
18 in wire or foam wreath (or smaller--but then you need less fabric)
Scrap fabric and buttons for fabric flowers.

Cut the burlap into long strips, then each long strip into 3rds so they are about 16 inches long. Tie the burlap strips around the wire wreath form (double knot). Continue all the way around, pushing each knotted piece tight so they become fluffy.
Glue fabric flowers on and enjoy! (to make flowers, I took 8 inch and 6 inch circles and folded the fabric to the center and then attached a button or jingle bell.

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Produce Bags

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Turkey Shirts and Leaf Tutu

Nothing like my cute little boy modeling a leaf tutu. :)
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Play silks

I was first exposed to playsilks by my SIL Jennifer. She made Benji some when he was just over a year old. He loved them! I decided to make them as give aways for Ben's birthday and also for some Christmas gifts.
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Even sewers need help. My mom came and was trying to fix my serger. We are still stumped. Stupid serger.
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Book Covers

My friend Lisa asked me to make some paperback book covers for her. With a 1/2 yard, I was able to make 4! Awesome!
Here is snap shot of the girls at craft night. Every wednesday!
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