Transform a dreary snuggle blanket into a thing of beauty using good old dye and a front-loader washing machine. There was nothing that could calm my sons down like being wrapped almost-too-tight and swayed back and forth while I hissed in their ears like a deranged woman.
Oliver the Octopus is a modified Amish Puzzle Ball. He comes apart into 3 segments that can be taken apart and reassembled at will. He is made from upcycled clothes – in this case an old torn Long Tall Sally Jean and a stained baby t-shirt. If you are put off because this project looks […]
I added a Fabric Liner and pocket to my crochet stroller bag to show you that this bag is not only perfect for a stroller bag or a market bag, but it can also serve as a purse. You can find the pattern for the bag here. The measurements I use are tailored to this […]
It’s a Bandana Bib, Baby! I think a Baby Bandana Bib is just about the cutest thing a little boy can wear. And I think it is the only item of baby boy clothing that kicks any frilly dress’ ass! They are also incredibly simple to make. Anyone that can use a pair of scissors […]
I had such a lot of fun designing and making these capes for Pieter’s Superhero party. I like that they can be worn as masked capes or without the mask. The girls all preferred without. The boys all preferred with :) They are incredibly easy to make as you only need to be able […]
Another something I didn’t make. When we went to South Africa for Anmarie’s wedding I took a VAST amount of photos. I say wedding. What I actually mean is wedding reception. The ceremony itself was small and beautiful and happened about two weeks before our visit to South Africa. The reception was big and boisterous […]
This is my simple fabric bag tutorial. The bag has 2 straps, and a “box” bottom.