I made some stuff to give to some boys over the last little while. So I thought I'd share.
I made another Hipster Hoodie for one of Squiggles' little fiends birthday. I actually used my machine this time, not my mom's like with the first one. And I think I got the settings right because it turned out just as good! This one used some more of my stash green knit along with a hacked up H&M t-shirt. Didn't end up being able to get the stripes on the left angled as much as I wanted, but it still looks good I think! Right?
I have a one of these cut out for Squiggles too. I might just make it during Elsie Marley's Fall Kids Clothing Week challenge. Want to join in? Check it out here, or click on the image on the right!
I also made another one of Make it Perfect's awesome Peek-a-boo Toy sacks for another one of Squiggles awesome baby friends (see previous sacks here). I used some of my recently acquired new fabric. Love the plaid!
Lastly, I made a certain Mr. Bear a little something. A simple little wallet using this tutorial on Noodlehead. His old one was falling apart, and he wanted something not to bulky. So I cut into some of the awesome Kokka robot fabric I got in July along with a little co-ordinating plaid, and voila!
My cutting wasn't super square, I was in a hurry to make it in the hour and half I had while Mr. Bear took Squiggles for an evening walk. One thing would help my crooked cutting though... Family members take note: I would like a rotary cutter, self healing mat and one of those see through quilters rulers for Christmas please :).
I've been busy these days, the change of seasons is inspiring I think, so I will have lots more to show you all soon. And I might even have actually almost cleaned and organize up our office (previously seen in it's clutterly glory here) yay!