I've been meaning to post this for months now, but have been putting it off. Anyway... I'm pregnant and due in December with a little girl.
A lot has happened to me in the last two years that had just put me off sewing for awhile. Some of it included losing weight and feeling lost as to making clothes for my new body. I just didn't even know where to start. Then this happened and my body changed again.
This is finally starting to sink in that it's really happening. Took seven months, but part of me still can't believe it. I can put off sewing for myself for a while and now I feel invigorated to sew again.
I now have a very long and ambitious sewing list to accomplish from now until December, so I started with something easy: crib sheets. I've always been a procrastinator, so I guess I'm right on schedule.
These three sheets were made from the Dana Made It tutorial. I made a pattern like she suggested and it really was quick. Best of all, they are so much cuter and cheaper than anything else I was seeing online. I love the variety compared to store bought sheets.
The baby's room is no where near complete, but at least the crib is up and the furniture is bought. And we do have this cute little guy above to keep watch. My in-laws came to visit this summer and brought this little monkey with them. The best part is that my husband made him back in second grade and his parents kept it. How cute is that?