Sunday, February 14, 2010
You have probably seen my strip quilts before. I LOVE them, but they are really pricy for me to make and extremely time consuming. I just made this little lovie blanket for my good friend and I really enjoyed making it and because it's not quilted it was much less time consuming so I can charge a lot less. My strip blankets have cotton, chenille, minky, corduroy, faux fur, and other fun fabrics to give your baby a great sensory experience. They are all backed with the softest minky. The blankets do not have a binding but instead they have rounded corners and I double topstitch it on top for extra durability. I can add a ruffle silky binding, but it would be extra. The blanket is about a 36x40. I also can customize this to you. Just let me know the colors and even if you have a particular fabric line you are interested in.
Posted by The Evers Family at 8:23 PM
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
I have been wanting to make this for over a year now and I finally got around to doing it. Have you ever seen that cute play paper for babies? It's the best because babies love paper, but you don't really want them sucking on it. I made this with the really soft minky towel like material that your baby will love. I made this dumb little video so you can hear the sounds.
Posted by The Evers Family at 8:15 PM
So I just made a ton of the binky clips. I think I have an addiction to buying cute fabric, so I decided to start using it up and made about 50 of these. If you want any, let me know. $3 a piece or 2 for $5. They are great because they work with all types of binkies (soothies for example) and you can even just use them as a clip to clip a toy to the stroller or blanket to the carseat so it doesn't fall out, etc. etc. Check them out. I have other designs too I will post later.
Posted by The Evers Family at 3:05 PM