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A new baby brings me great joy – especially if it’s not me being woken for a feed!!

Baby taggy

With a much longed for baby arriving a couple of weeks ago I had great pleasure planning and making a new baby gift, and of course a big sister gift:)

baby taggy

The tag blanket was so quick and easy to make, and after my tidy of the sewing room I knew I had this great teddy fabric (long forgotten about). I used this great tutorial, which I love as it involves upcycling a former wipes packet for a satisfying crinkling noise.

Uptown Downtown Dres

For the big sister I used my remaining stretchy fabric from pattern testing the uptown/downtown dress to make an age 3 dress – perfect.

What are your favourite handmade baby gifts? I have started a pinterest board, which I would  love to add to. Have you any favourite makes, or tutorials??

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With another baby due in December I have a great excuse to start sewing two lots of gifts, new baby gifts and Christmas gifts:)

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I am inspired by our wonderful world, creation is constant and yet changing. I feel it is important to respect the environment and where possible to upcycle/recycle. Blessed with creativity I try to appreciate it and develop it:) Thanks for taking the time to read my blog, please do sign up to follow my journey:)

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