05 November 2008

I'm too tired to think of a title. That is why I am blogging instead of cleaning my house.

Make sure you check out the link on my sidebar, for Stephanie's quilt give away. And check back soon, I am working on my quilt for a give away.

In the meantime, here are some pictures of a few things I made recently.
I actually made this black apple doll before Finn was born, but never got around to taking a picture of it. Silly I know, two boys and I am making a doll. She is all for me. Get the pattern here. I added shoes, pigtails, sleeves, and a collar. My mom did the face for me. If I made another one I would make the limbs a bit bigger. The seam allowance is so tiny. I am afraid the limbs would fall apart if a little girl played with it much. I think I would try tracing the pattern onto my fabric, sewing on the line I traced, and then cutting out so I could leave a big seam allowance. Make sense?

I had the pieces for this pillow cut way before Finn was born, but couldn't finish it until we named him. Brad was kind enough to take him for a bit a few days after we came home from the hospital so I could finish it. It was silly, but it was nagging at me, I just had to finish it and couldn't wait any longer!
The front.
The back.
Got the pattern and idea here. Just drew my own letter cause the ones they had were much to frilly and girly for little Finn.

I am dying to attempt this cute Molly Monkey pattern. Sadly it will have to wait until after Christmas at least. Too many thing on the list to sew for Christmas.

4 comments:

Susie said...

silly I have a girl and no dolls I know silly. you are always a sewing and crafting I'm sure won't disappoint with Christmas crafts either

Tisha said...

I heart Amy Butler Dots!!

Larissa Holland said...

hey, thanks for the shout out about Molly. share a picture when you make one! I recently sewed up some Black Apple dolls too, and I didn't realize (since I didn't re-watch the video) that no seam allowance is included on the legs and arms! She traces on the folded fabric, sews on the lines, THEN cuts them out. I'm making more with this important knowledge. ;-)

Kelli @ Gohn Crazy said...

Oh I just love that little doll and the pillow too! Way cute!