Saturday, February 25, 2012

More Baby Pouches


One of my favorite things to make:
Baby pouches. After stitching so many, 
they are becoming easier to make.




This green pouch can be used for a boy or a girl.
I love the olive green ribbon and I used 
some green lace which peeps out from the sides. 




This one has soft yellow ribbons and 
pale pastel colours on the lace.






Yesterday I went to my favorite shop
and found this pretty cotton material.
I bought the last of the roll, 15 yards, and I'm drooling over it.
The only problem is that the prints are too close together 
to cut them out individually.



                                                 
                                               I'll match it with some plain material and make 
                                                     cushions out of it, can't wait to start...

                                                   

I hope you have a wonderful week.
oxo

6 comments:

  1. Dear Angela,
    You do the best work and have the best eye for all things made for babies..I love the baby pouches. I hope my niece hurries up and has a baby..these are so beautiful..what talent you have..
    Enjoy your weekend,
    Shirley

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  2. Your quilts/crafts are so fantastic! It's so nice to find other quilters all around the world!
    www.quiltworld2.blogspot.com
    Yours, Ulla (from Finland)

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  3. Those are so beautiful. When my babies were little I would have made sure to have these!

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  4. Oh, they are so pretty, I bet they are fun to make...Love that fabric.

    Carol

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  5. Hi Angela, Those baby pouches are truly beautiful. When I was a little girl i would have absolutely loved one for my dolls. Do you sell them? Also, that fabric you picked up is gorgeous! Do you know the name of it?

    All the best, Shontelle.

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  6. How beautiful things you make! I can't find a comparing with the euros of the prices. Can you give me an example please? For the cradle's tissus you made.

    Regards Janny

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