Petti Skirt and Onesie for Baby Charlotte who will turn One this month...The Petti Skirt is quite labor intensive but worth the effort...I have made one for each of my grand-nieces for their First Birthday...this is number 8! Added lace and a "butt" de
Petti-Skirt and Onesie for Princess Ava...she will be one in December...all my great-nieces have received these on their first birthday...They are very labor intensive, but well worth the effort...Hope you like these as much as I do! Thanks for looking!
Woo Hoo...first project with my new Valiant 10 needle machine...pheeew...Onesie for Miss Charlotte...now on to the burp cloths and quilt...lots to learn, but very happy with my first attempt! Thanks for looking....
I made this set, for my newest expected grandson, due next March/April. Thanks goes to a dear Cutie, for my name, to add to my projects (when I can remember-lol). I love it!----------Now in this photo,if you enlarge, you can see where my Mark-be-gone has
Baby gifts and card for Felicity Hi! Haven't seen you gals for so long. I've been really lazy these days and only did these because it was an order from a friend. And I made the shaker card as a free gift for the order. Good to be back!
Can you stand to see another onesie lol. The ruffle lace bum is too cute! I added the lace to the front as you can see & used the lovely cutie pie font letter "S" from Cute here to create her name. I reduced the size to fit my project & it stitched out
As suggested by another cutie I tried to make a onesie with a fabric ruffle instead of lace. I did some on the front & of course I did the bum too & I think this is a great way to dress up a onesie. Do you think it needs one more layer @ for the bum on th
Remember those cute little panties for babies that had frills on the backside? I think they are very cute so I decided to turn this plain onesie into a bit more frilly so I added lace to the bum( I hope it is in the right place?) & thought this would be a
I have forgotten how hard it is to stitch out on onesies! I was a little off center with my daisy so I unpicked (yes I unpicked) & stuck the ribbon underneath to balance it out then I zigzagged all the way around to secure all the threads. This is one of
Jan. challenge, onesie. I had never tried to embroider on a onesie so here is my first attempt. My twin greatgrandbaby boys are going to be baptised on Sunday and my granddaughter didn't have anything for them to wear so I embroidered these for the babi