Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Projects Galore!

So, here are the things I have been/will be working on soon! I think I may have more than enough to keep me busy for a little while, don't you think?



"Bumblebee" Jumper I just finished for miss Anna Kate. It is the VERY first children's clothing item I have made- YAY!



"Little Red Wagons" I am smocking for Andrew



Stocking Kits I will be making for the children's Christmas stockings this year



PJs I am making for Andrew... Is the "bug" material not just the cutest thing ever? (It's flannel!)

So, what do you think.. tips, advice??? Hopefully soon, I'll be showing y'all some "finished projects" !!
Happy Tuesday and
Much Love,
Jennifer

14 comments:

Tammy said...

These are all adorable!

See these and a few other pics of other people's handiwork really makes me wish I could sew, knit...anything! I did take a sewing class when I was pregnant with my first, but it just didn't "take".
So I'll live vicariously through you, OK? ;)

Shereen said...

Oh, how nice. You will be one busy mamma. I can't wait to see all the finish projects. I have the same pajama pattern. I bought it for the nightgown for my girls. I forgot it had little boy pajamas on it too. Thanks for the reminder.

Big Mama said...

I can offer you nothing in the way of tips or advice, but will say I am so impressed at your craftiness!

The bug fabric is adorable. You need to post a picture of him in his new pjs when you finish.

Anonymous said...

those are adorable. Good luck. I wish I had you craftiness...

Lindsey @ Enjoythejourney said...

Oh how I wish I could sew...I'm going to learn though!!!

BethC said...

Wow! How impressive! Your smocking talent alone is going to save you a small fortune.
I hope we get to see the final products.

Copper's Wife said...

Having more than one project going at a time has always been my M.O., and I think it's always good to have both sewing machine and hand work projects, too. Looks like you have a nice balance!

Zach said...

Good luck with all those projects =].

Andrea said...

Looks like fun!
What is the pattern for the jammies? I like the nightgown.

Mississippi Girl said...

Hi Andrea- It is Simplicity 3987. Looks really quick and easy (at least let's hope so!!)
Jennifer

Susan P. said...

Ooh, flannel jammies, I want some!! LOL Miss Anna Kate is going to look "bee utiful" in her new jumper! Sorry, I couldn't resist;) It looks like you have some great projects to be working on!

Mrs Blythe said...

Cute dress and lovely material!

Raising Little Women said...

Hi Jennifer ~ Thanks for leaving me a tag in my chatter box :o) We have been really busy around here and it looks as though you will be busy the next couple of weeks. I really hope the time goes by fast for you. I love the little dress~ I am hoping that one day I will be able to sew at the rate I am going I will be making dresses for my grandchildren~ Can't wait to see the rest of your projects as you complete them.
Hope ya have a nice day ~michelle

Lela said...

I am trying to teach myself how to smock. How did you learn? Did you take a class? Did your Mom teach you?