First of all, I made some cloths for Emily.
I'm in the process of making some more.
As you can see from this photo, these will be well used. Peas! Yum!!
Debbie had bought a couple of quilt panels long before Emily was born and they were just sitting on the shelves in my sewing room so I quilted them on to some fleeces which I bought in Asda's last week for £3 each. Can't complain about that price!
There's one with puppies on the front ...
... with a starry fleece on the back.
The other one has owls on the front ...
... with a heart fleece on the back.
Our garden swing seat tore - Douglas was sitting on it at the time! - so I got some swing seat fabric from eBay and sewed a replacement.
I can't say it was my favourite thing to sew but it works! Much cheaper than having to buy a new swing too!
I've got a few bags and pinnies cut out for the tartan bee ...
I've also got a blouse and a pair of trousers (for myself) cut out and ready to sew.
Remember the skirts I made for Emily here? Well, needless to say, they're far too short for her now so Debbie asked me if I could lengthen them. Thankfully, the waist still fits so I didn't need to sort that too. I did the denim one today and hope to get the pink and blue ones sorted tomorrow.
And finally - a photo of Emily and me chatting on Facetime. Isn't she adorable? :o)