Monday, 28 September 2015

Jumpy romper for my baby

Warning! This post contains images of a gorgeous newborn baby that might put a smile on your face, prompt a desire to hug a complete stranger or make you clucky. The above mentioned newborn's romper might make you race to your sewing machine. Continue reading at your own risk ;)

This is my precious little L at the age of five weeks. How cute does she look in her first mummy made item - the Jumpy Romper by Puperita!

Friday, 11 September 2015

Night and morning dresses

I have heard many times that sewing pajamas could be very rewarding because everyone loves comfy jammies, even the most picky little customers. Well, now I can second that! R had a few warm flannelette pajamas for winter, however she did not have anything suitable for spring. I knew that sewing time would be super limited (or non existent at all) once the new baby would arrive, so While she was sleeping I made a couple of 'night and morning dresses' for my sweet big girl.

Saturday, 29 August 2015

Little Betty top and Serendipity trousers

I had a classic case of nesting before R was born. However my nesting instinct seemed to have been replaced with the sewing instinct before L entered the world. I was sewing for R like a woman possessed! I had a long list of things she needed (yep, actually needed), so naturally there was no better time to make them than just before having a new baby. Baby L arrived a little earlier than expected so I did not get to sew everything I was planning to. How inconsiderate of little L ;)

First up is this cute outfit.

Wednesday, 12 August 2015

Welcome baby

On the 1st of August we welcomed someone very special. Our baby girl L was born a little earlier than expected weighing 3.2 kg and measuring 47 cm long. Of course we think she is an absolute delight and are completely in love with her :)

Big sister R is adjusting well. She loves to check up on L. She has become a champion nappy change helper, however she is not too keen to hold her little sister just yet. That's OK. Our girls have plenty of time to get to know each other and to learn to appreciate having a sister.

For a good measure of an Awwww factor here is a photo of L's first bath at home. L was producing a relaxing yawn and I was lucky to capture R's expression watching her. Could she be more in awe?

Soon enough I will write about a few things I made for R before L was born, but for now I will go cuddle her, play with R, chill with my sweetest husband and have fun with my mum who is here visiting.

Have a great day friends.

Saturday, 25 July 2015

Bumblebee dress for my niece

A few weeks ago we had very special visitors. My lovely sister in law, her partner and their most adorable little girl came for a visit. I got to cuddle my sweetest niece for the first time in about 6 months. She is such a delight! She is a happy and curious little girl, and her smile would melt anyone's heart. Needless to say everyone adores her.

Making things for little people is one of the ways I express how special they are to me. So I made the Bumblebee dress for my sweet niece.

Friday, 17 July 2015

Alice in Wonderland

The story of Alice in Wonderland is turning 150 this year. Lovely Sara from Made by Sara had a brilliant idea to celebrate this event and invited a few sewing bloggers to create something - anything - inspired by this wonderful story.

I think in images. Once I am given a challenge, a series of images start flicking through my mind until a right image kind of pops out from among the rest. This challenge was no different. It felt like before I knew it I had four images of things I could make shape up in my imagination, and let me assure you choosing one was not easy!

While she was sleeping, I made an Alice in Wonderland inspired dress for my daughter.

Monday, 6 July 2015

Dear Prudence, we love you!

Dear Prudence, we love you!

R loves you because of the pockets and buttons, and the fact she can jump all over her daddy, ride a bike, climb benches and simply monkey around without being restricted.

I love you because you are fun to make. You have the cutest collar and unique details. You have a vintage inspired shape. You have sleeve options that makes you perfect for every season. The fact that there are no closures makes me love you even more because my girl can get dressed by herself!

Yep. Both R and I love the Dear Prudence dress, the latest pattern released by Suz from Sewpony.

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