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Monday, May 28, 2012

More GIRL and Fabric Tuesday #88

Because of Memorial Weekend I decided to announce the winner for our minky blanket giveaway from The Minky Boutique on you've got a few more days if you didn't enter yet.  It is seriously such a sweet blanket you must take a minute to comment if you haven't :)

Next, if you didn't see my post on Friday where I had an announcement and shared some sweet little dresses (hint hint) I think you should!!  :)

It's Fabric Tuesday and I have more girly-ness to's getting out of control and I can't stop myself. If I didn't need to use up all this fabric it would be a real problem. I go to sleep and wake up thinking of all the girl dresses/skirts/blankets/quilts that I want to make!!

I told my husband when I finished this last night that it may be the prettiest thing I've ever made.  I am smitten with this blanket!!!

The ruffles??  And birdies and roses and...I'm so loving this!  I got this fabric called Tweet from Skye Reve Fabrics a bit ago on a whim thinking "If I have a girl..." and I am so happy that I got it!  The fabric came just as we found out the baby is a girl :)  It is a great size, about 40" square.

Yep, backed in the snuggliest minky from my LQS.  I took a nap with it today.  Seriously. I made my husband snuggle it for a while too :)  This morning when I excitedly pointed it out to my 3 year old son, folded in a corner so you couldn't really see it, I said "Look at the cute blanket I made for the baby!" He took a quick glance and said, "I know already." Ha!  Boys really don't care about this stuff! That's why I have this blog right??

And then in the last week I busted out some skirts too, I'm trying to advance my clothing skills since I haven't sewn clothing much.  These were sooo simple.

 Coral Floral: Lark by Amy Butler
Cream Floral (above) Red Bouquets (below): Millie's Closet for Riley Blake
Gray Circles: I'm pretty sure it's something like Metro Dots for Robert Kaufman...anyone?
I also got most of these from Skye Reve Farbics

Isn't the trim sweet?  I got it at my LQS, it's just ruffled tulle.  Okay now hold on to your coffee mug, or chair, or dag/cat.  I've got a little surprise.

Oh yes I did.  It's two skirts, they're reversible :) It was so cute to make these and my boys actually did think it was cool that the skirt could flip and change entirely :)  There you have it for now!!

Fabric Tuesday #88
What have you been crafting?  Clothing?  Quilts? Home decor?  Can't wait to see!!



~Kelie~ said...

Very very cute skirts! Did u use a pattern or what? I need to learn how to make skirts and such for my 2 girls!

Sara said...

Did you have to use a ruffler foot for that gorgeous trim?

Janine @ Rainbow Hare said...

Congratulations! Those skirts are so sweet and your blanket is just adorable :)

claudia said...

Those skrts are adorable! Love the blankey too!

Cathy said...

seriously cute!!!!! skirts and blankets! awesome!!!

trish said...

Oh my goodness. That blanket and those skirts are just the very cutest ever!!
Congratulations on the precious news of your dear baby girl! :o)
I am having a little give a way and I would love to have you drop by. :o)
Have a great day.
Sincerely, Trish xo

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

that blanket is beautiful !! I dont blame you for snuggling up to that! And those little skirts are just so cute! Looks like you are having a lot of fun.

Becky said...

Congrats on the new arrival! I have 2 boys also, so I know you're thrilled! I decided not to try for a girl, but love sewing girly things for my 5 nieces!!

Beth said...

Those skirts are so cute! I'll have to try those next - did you make it up or is there a pattern you can recommend. I made some little skirts (and a dress) this week as well - they are in my post that I linked up.

Cherie said...

Wow you're really pulling out all the stops there! Such cute skirts and loving the blanket =D

Anonymous said...

Adorable skirts, and how neat that they are reversible. Someone is going to be very happy with those!