Sehn alle sehr gut aus
OMG, Lindalee, these are all adorable......great job....
Love your bibs and a great idea with the serger around the outside.
thank you -
They're great - that's one thing I stil have to do for my almost here great grandson 2 more days! Great incentive for me - thanks for sharing.
Thanks Linda-ooo..congratulations-I imagine by the time I am posting this your little great grandson has arrived!!
Now I know why I haven't seen you for a long time here: You were busy as a bee ;o) Seems you have a lot of fun being crafty for your grandchild...
Bettina-I have been busy-business, putting the baby shower together, Christmas gatherings and preparations-haven't really done a whole lot of "baby" stuff yet-I need about 10 extra hours in a day to do all the things I would "like " to do -not "have" to do -lol
A grand set of bibs :)
I don't think a baby can have too many bibs and I'm sure that this baby won't run out of them! Terrific bibs!
thanks and you are so right about never too many bibs-onsies are another thing you can never have too many of.
these are great... you did a great job of explaining how you did these.. so cute..
thanks Kathy-although I just read my posting again and where I meant to say "the" I typed "to" instead-oh well, no biggy-lol
These are so cute,where do i get the pattern. x
thank you-no pattern-just free-hand
they are great presents
Those are so cute.
Your grandbaby willbe the best dressed baby. Cute bibs and great idea using the serger.
thank you Karen!
Very nice, they all look terrific and I like your border, so cute
Thank you Michelle
Merry Christmas to you also and I hope your recovery is stiill going well.
These are so cute! I find it hard to serge around curves. You sure did
a neat job. Can you share any hints? olds/Maureen
Thanks Maureen-actually for this project-I just dropped the blade-set the stitch length for 1.5-and just slow it down a bit on the curves.-quick and easy finished edging!
How smart! Love the bibs AND the serger finish!!
Nice job on all of them. Did you use woolly thread in your lower loopers for that neat look?
thanks Anita-no, I just used Threadart 100% varigated cotton in upper and serger cone thread in lower looper and needle.
wow what a terrifc bunch! they will be greatly appreciated & get well used too!
Love all these !