Wee Weka small pocket nappy pattern. The wee guy was also called "Lucky Legs" by my father-in-law ... that is, lucky they don't snap! So most washable nappies were too gapey at the leg. I shortened the centre of the pattern and they fit really well, and the new kid is over 5kg now and they fit him perfectly.
26 January: This old JK Kids onesie with blue/choc stripe goes nicely with the socks and slippers. I know it looks a little nerdy but hey, at least it keeps the slippers on for a liiiittle bit longer!
Craft 2.0 market last year, and kept her just in case I had a girl. Little did I know the new kid would enjoy 'talking' to her so much whilst on the change table! So she's a keeper. Boys can have dolls too. So there. (And now I realllly want to start sewing dolls for all my friends' daughters' birthdays this year!! I even found a pattern for home use here. Super cute!)
imba fame) dropped in a care package with CH'I - my favourite drink, even without the vodka - a crunchie bar, a puzzle book, some other goodies, and these darling little booties (with a matching hat too!). I'm a lucky girl.
Nature Baby long-sleeved onesie ... and ended up in much less! He's having a kickabout with no nappy on and the big blue hearty cloth next to him is a burp cloth (tutorial here) I repurposed from an old towel that belonged to my Nanna, and the top is some cotton fabric I made a few dribble bibbles from in early 2010. They are super-quick to make, and it was great to have a quick and easy project as an excuse to pull out Naomi the Janome again.
ahhh. There we go, all up to date. Now let's see if I can keep up the pace and not get so far behind!