I haven't done much of anything since then. I'm not just ignoring my blog, I'm ignoring a lot of things.
I was going to add to this, but maybe I'll just do a part 2. Maybe not. But if I don't post this now, at the rate I've been moving Christmas will be over before I get around to posting it!
Tell me these aren't the cutest darn things you've ever seen? I really need to get moving on this learning to knit thing!!
baby monster pants!
no tutorial, but still a stinkin' cute idea over at Barefoot Witch: a stuffed triceratops!
Make a baby hooded towel and washcloth following this tutorial
Easy baby blanket - knitted project
Hooded Baby Sling
Soft Baby Blocks
If you head on over to MarthaStewart.com you'll find 34 wonderful ideas! I'm loving the Felted Stuffed Animals, the Animal Nightlight, this fantastic Artists Organizer (I've seen the pencil holders before but love the option to include an art pad!)
Also at MarthaStewart.com you'll find some great handmade baby ideas! How cute are these washcloth puppets? Not handmade, but could certainly be vintage and I'm sure spruced up with some handmade accents - beginning a Classics Book Collection (I think this is a great idea for someone of any age, really!) Soulemama had something similar in Handmade Home that used old cozy blankets - no matter what material, I think it's a wonderful idea. I think for a gift, it would be cute if each pocket was stuffed with a little something. A stuffed animal, a book, some crayons. Shirt Pocket Quilt.
The cuteness is almost too much for me to bear! I'm thinking these washcloth duckies would make a great themed basket with the washcloth puppets I mentioned earlier, some handmade hooded towels (also linked earlier in this post) and some baby soap. I'm a big fan of themed baskets, and could you imagine the cuteness overload with all those soft, cuddly, homemade bath items for baby? :sigh: