To finish part 1 of the story…
Here is my sister in another maternity top I made, once again using the (free! awesome!) Turn About The Room pattern. The fabric is from the Queen Victoria markets in Melbourne.
Here are some pictures of burp cloths for her baby shower (she said “what are these?” but I assume she’s figured it out by now)
I think I used this tutorial. One side is quilting cotton, the other side is flannelette. They’re about 47 x 32 cm (roughly 18 x 13″).
The horses and ducks are the flannelette, in case it’s not clear in the photos.
And finally… the moment we’d all been waiting for… after FORTY TWO weeks, people! (My sister deserves a prize)…
This cutie arrived.
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Beautiful makes. And such an adorable baby!
Thanks Cathy! Yes she’s a sweetie, and much loved.
The top and cloths are wonderful, she looks stellar in the top and fabrics for the cloths are so cute! And what a cutie at the end! Love the little scrunched up face.