Recently two of my friends gave birth to little girls. (Of course, girls girls everywhere except in the Jacobson household!) I LOVE creating for little girls so, I found these cute little projects.
Actually, my friend Jeremy (who shares many creating passions similar to my own . . . who really really needs to get a blog so that she can share her talents with the world) had the pattern for this jumper and gave me the idea for the onesie. (humm, and the onesie. I will pay you back Jeremy!)
And so, in my Amy Butler Lotus fabric, which I know that you have seen before because I love it and happen to have a lot of it, I present, a jumper.
Jeremy had this pattern. I usually steer clear of patterns because I find it so less confusing to just throw things together in my head. However, Jeremy convince me that I could do it (and also taught me that apparently, how you cut your fabric does matter . . . on the straight and what not).
Of course, it was to be expected that mistakes would be made. Originally the ties in the front were suppose to be knots, as pictured.
But Zoe, being the anxious-to-get-it-done girl that she is, decided to do it all one night into the wee hours of the morning. As a result, the button holes are too big (and apparently going in the wrong direction).
Fortunately, Jeremy and I were able to come up with the cute solution of connecting the straps in front to make a bow. Awww, so cute! :)
The other project I have lovingly named Little Bird.
Anywho, I just wanted to share these projects with any of you who might be looking for some wee wonderful ideas! :)