The internet is swimming with tutorials for No Sew Tutu’s exactly like this one. Maybe it’s because they are just so ridiculously easy, fast and fun to make.
What? You haven’t seen it 23 times elsewhere yet? Fantastic! Because I’ve also written a tutorial here just for you. Continue reading
Poppet is an avid feeder. I’m sure if she were allowed to remain attached to me all day, she would. Ouch!
Such behaviour has seen me become a fan of the sometimes controversial pacifier. It’s just enough to stop her forming hickeys on my arms in the hunt for more food and that’s got to be a good thing!
But the constant sterilizing everytime she spits it onto the floor had me desperate for a fix. When a friend suggested using a pacifier clip, I couldn’t believe I’d forgotten about them. Duh! These little beauties are truly a sanity saver and they are so ridiculously simple. Continue reading
I wrote this blog post 2 weeks ago and it seems so superfluous now as Christchurch (a city only 5 hours drive away) lies in devastation after a horrendous earthquake yesterday. My thoughts and prayers are very much with everyone there and especially for those with missing loved ones.
Because our second little cherub due in just a few weeks (yay!), I’m aware that sewing time is about to be swallowed up in a sleep deprived haze for a while.
With 4 friends also due to give birth soon, I’ve been trying to plan ahead by whipping up a collection of goodies to give as gifts. Continue reading
I love funky gifts for Mums of newborns. Especially ones that add a little class to the otherwise distasteful events they can often face. Continue reading
It’s a grey old day outside and I’m sitting on my bed with a coffee in hand and the bedroom door shut to keep my son and Hubby at bay. I call this my “no-man cave”. A reply to my Husband’s “man cave”.
So I’m grabbing this precious moment to finally give you an update on my latest sewing attempts!
I can’t seem to get enough to making shoes for little feet. These baby & toddler shoes are mega cute! They only use small scraps of fabric and once you’ve made them a few times can be done in a jiffy.
Baby bibs make great baby shower gifts and if the baby’s gender is a surprise, a gift is easily created by using funky tartans or animal prints that cater for either outcome.
This bib was made from an old duvet so they needn’t cost much at all!