Jun 16

We found out that we’re having a girl on Tuesday around 5:30 PM.  That was less than 2 days ago.

Fabric and Baby Clothes

I have since covered the dining room table in fabric, sewing supplies, and girly potential.

Yesterday, I made reversible bibs to match outfits I bought from Target.
Patchwork Bibs

Obsessive much?

I’m just getting started.  Some projects on my list: these little shoes, this bunny, and this pretty sunsuit.  Oh, man.  Perhaps I should take it easy.

But it’s just too darn exciting! :)

6 Responses to “And the Girly Obsession Begins…”

  1. Amy Says:

    Congratulations! I would be obsessing too. Your bibs are darling, I think my favorite is the one in the middle on the top, I love that teal fabric with the roses and red leaves, every time I see something you have made with that fabric I love it.

  2. CandyAppleCrafts Says:

    Those are so sweet. Congratulations on your news! I bet she will be pretty in pink. :)

  3. christina Says:

    :D Oooohhh, yes. I understand. The last few days I’ve been in a flurry of making in anticipation of my own baby girl’s arival: ruffle curtains, new crib sheets, and all the nursery stuff. I’m nowhere near done and am starting to feel more than a little crazy as sewing, nesting, and needing to be in good enough shape to participate in weddings two weekends in a row collide. But I’m still relishing the process. : )

    Your bibs are ADORABLE, and I love your stack of girly prints. They’re sweetly feminine without being cloyingly, pinkly cliche.

  4. Cara Says:

    Congratulations! Looking at fabric makes me want to have a kid so badly, but I have yet to get my husband on board at this time. So, I get to sew for friend’s kids. Love your bibs!

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