Thursday, December 18, 2008

Christmas Gifts

Here are some of the gifts I have made for friends who have already received and opened their gifts.

I made these burp clothes, a little softie to go with, and the blankets with the pretty stitching as well as some nursing pads for my pregnant friends. (Thanks Susan for the help/idea for the softie!)


I made this apron using the Emmeline pattern, and used the gorgeous
'apples+pears' fabric by Alexander Henry.
And here are the little matching aprons for her 6 year old and 2 year old daughters.

Some crayon rolls. They were so fun to make, and I know so many toddlers, I had to make up a bunch!
I made colored pencil rolls for my 2 friends who have older daughters as well.

Here is a better picture of the Apron I made for my Sister. It is using the Emmeline pattern also, but the fabric is 'ready for action' by Alexander Henry. Yes, those are half naked firemen
on the apron.

5 comments:

Natasha said...

Wow you have been busy! Great gifts.

Lory said...

The apron with the red bow tie in the fron is sooo cute!!! All those gifts are adorable, I bet they lvoed them. When a gift is made by someone it makes it that much more special. So I'm sure they're keeping them close to their hearts.

Hugs,
Lory

Brother See, Sisters Do said...

I totally agree with Lory's comment!
So cute, you are talented!! I love the kids homemade gifts and can't wait for them to open them..also excited to open mine:)
Your sister's apron is great and I love the matching mother/daughter...you should add some to Etsy after the holiday sewing is done(and after you recover from the holiday sewing:)

Nicki Parker said...

I really like that fireman fabric! I've had my eye on it for a while but haven't thought of something to make with it...an apron sounds perfect...and I know just who to make it for, too....

Three Wonderful Kids! said...

I love the matching aprons! You are really talented. You can sew just about anything.

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