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1  My first SLEEVES! in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by CeraMom on: March 29, 2009 01:43:44 PM
Set in sleeves, that is :-)

I'm disgustingly proud of myself, even if the dress is a touch too big.

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2  A much cuter hat! in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by CeraMom on: March 28, 2009 11:41:41 AM
This time, I *know* its cute LOL.

I modified the pattern to get rid of some of the droopiness and size it down a little. It ended up a touch too short of my kiddo.... that's fine, it wasn't for her anyway LOL.


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3  Either it's really cute... or REALLY ugly? in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by CeraMom on: March 23, 2009 10:51:46 AM
I made this for my daughter ( she MUST keep her scar out of the sun and she's a bit on the bald side... ) and I can't decide if its REALLY cute or REALLY ugly.



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4  More Baby Shoes ( and a long story ) in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by CeraMom on: March 21, 2009 12:46:32 PM
I know these are easy and all that.. but I'm so disgusting proud of myself that I had to share. I'm 31? weeks pregnant with #3 and its been a really rough couple of months... I've totally ignored the pregnancy because my older one had brain surgery... Then my sewing machine crapped out. And the one I bought to replace it? Crap.

I finally got a great sewing machine and all of a sudden, all the things I COULDN'T do - like baby shoes - are suddenly possible! AND I'm finally excited about the baby whose coming in OMG 51 days!

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5  My first almost successful baby shoes! in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by CeraMom on: March 18, 2009 04:54:29 PM
I am the lone baby shoe maker. I can make one.. but I cannot make two. Or I can't even make one and I don't bother making the other one!

Imagine my surprise today when I managed to make TWO that actually look like they'd work?

Ignore the totally unembellished part - I'm going to add tiny pink buttons :-)

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6  Easiest Ever Jammies in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by CeraMom on: February 28, 2009 03:30:05 PM
My daughter will be having surgery next week and I needed some easy two piece jammies. The hospital ones never stay on ( the elastic is usually shot! ) and her fleece jammies are a PITA to take on and off when she has to potty.

I whipped these up using VegBee's peasant shirt tutorial ( which i have memorized LOL ).

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7  This is all VEGBEE's Fault!!!!!!!!!! in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by CeraMom on: September 02, 2008 03:59:15 PM
Baby KT's new skirt, size 12 months.

2.5" squares. A MILLION of them.

Two hours and fifty five minutes from cutting to pictures.





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8  Vegbee patchwork circle skirt for adopted baby ( Img Heavy ) in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by CeraMom on: September 01, 2008 01:10:51 PM
And I am NEVER doing this again. A lady I know is adopting a special needs baby from Vietname and while making this skirt for MY daughter, it was screaming at me to be sent to baby N.

74 squares of my absolute FAVORITE fabrics that I cried while cutting. But it was sooo worth it. I didn't put in a waistband because I am not sure how old baby N will be so I'm trying to decide between elastic that I close with a pin, or a drawstring.

Finished


Construction


Starting to gather the layers


Almost done


Any thoughts on whether I should do it with elastic & a pin or a drawstring?
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9  1 hour, 20 bucks, 9 pairs of BabyLeg Knockoffs in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by CeraMom on: August 28, 2008 07:28:02 AM
And a toddler who can pee in her baby potty without be naked. I *do* live in canada, after all, and I'm not comfortable with her going naked when its only 50* outside. The baby legs are great - better than tights, because I don't need to take them off every time she pees. And at 18 months, she's peeing A LOT.


There is actually a 10th pair, but she was sitting crooked in the potty and they needed to be washed.
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10  She's on FIRE! ( No, not really ) in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by CeraMom on: August 15, 2008 10:35:06 AM
Mama got some sewing in before Mila's surgery! This super duper cute dress cost me less than $1. The flame fabric was a remnant that I got 3 / $2.50 at Fabricland along with some other accent fabric. The orangey stuff is a four way stretch with a bit of texture, and it was 2.00 / meter, and i used less that 1/2 of a meter! The elastic was buy 1 get 2 free @ 1.90 each and I used about 1 foot ( hah ).



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