Here is another bedding set for this adorable girl's soon to be baby boy Cash! He shold be arriving any day now!
She chose fabrics from Heather Bailey's gorgeous new line: Nicey Jane. The colors are so vibrant and the cotton is a great quality. One of my favorite collections right now.
I was really pleased with how the corners turned out. I've never been that great at getting corners super square, but I think I've finally figured it out - thanks to my quiltmaster-of-an-aunt showing me over and over again!
Fabrics from Nicey Jane: Lindy Leaf in Blue Hop Dot in Sky Welcome Road in Lemongrass Dream Dot in Splash and I used a cream chenille to add a solid balance and some soft texture
The quilt pattern is very simple to show off the lovely fabrics and the bumper is 4 pieces to allow for easy washing.
Good luck to all of the new mommies! Enjoy snuggling those little ones!
It's official. Just about every female I know is pregnant. Ok, not quite - but pretty darn close. Baby bellies are popping out everywhere and it's not just baby on my brain. Believe me, I've been there and done that 4 times!
Though, it is fun for me to have the chance to make fresh baby things! A friend of mine will be having a baby any day now - here is her bedding that I just finished.
The baby boy's room is a vintage modern style with clean lines and prints paired with bold vintage inspired artwork on the walls. So fresh and fun!
I used just one panel of these Curtains from IKEA for the bumper pad and ties.
Instead of one long bumper, there are 4 pieces (2 long sides, 2 short) to make washing easier. You only have to wash the side that gets dirty - what mom wouldn't love less newborn baby laundry?!
and fabric by Etsuko Furuya: Echino Chelsea in GREY Deer Forest for the blanket.
She wanted just a blanket made instead of a quilt - but I did some different quilting to add interest to the fabric as well as hold the layers together. I used a large and small circles as templates and stitched them in a random pattern across the entire blanket. It's kind of hard to see in the picture, but it turned out pretty nice.
And here's my baby posing for a picture.
Congrats to all of the soon to be mommies! Babies are so much....fun!
I know that I haven't yet posted my Week 2 Quilt. The truth is life happened this week SO it's not finished yet. It's in the works, but not quite there yet.
I did manage, however, to finish this project. A glider rocker cover! It was for a friend who just had an adorable little baby boy.
I wish I had before pictures of this beauty. It apparently was a yellowish ugly wood with a faded blue denim cover. My friend spray painted the wood black and then I made removable covers in a dark navy blue for the back and seat pads. I also added more padding to the arms because they were pretty beat.
I think the chair was free and the 3 yards of fabric used totaled $15. I love when something old becomes new!
Hi! I'm a wife and mother of 4 kids with an addiction to creating and am the proud founder of "Projects Anonymous" (henceforth known as PA) - the self proclaimed compulstion to starting new projects but not necessarily completing them. I am constantly searching for new inspiration, much of which I find browsing other blogs. I adore fabric - so much that I actually cringe when I have to cut into it. No joke. This blog is a place I hope to share inspiraiton, add members to my PA club, and promote my shop of creations. Enjoy!