I used the pattern for the Here We Go bag from Anna Maria Horner's book Handmade Beginnings. I really love this book. I want to make every single project. I love her style and also want her other book Seams to Me but will have to wait. Sigh. Being a grown-up is hard.
All the fabric was again from my fabric stash. The two prints are from a line called Wild Thyme. The fabric is *at least to me* quite retro looking and I think the yellow bias tape adds to the retro look. Which could be a reason I'm having a hard time falling in love with it because retro is not typically my style. Around here, we more fun-loving, country-romance type of people...if that's a type of style. :)
I also apparently was over zealous when cutting out material and ended up with extra side panels so I whipped up a quick apron for Em, our little cook and baker.
She wants a pocket so I'll need to add a couple of pockets but she's already been wearing it while pouring over cookbooks deciding what to make. She also wants Daddy to have an apron and thinks it should be pink and yellow. I love my little girl. :)
I'm off to work on the sleep sacks. I realized last night that time was running short before we have this baby and it fueled my desire to sew. And Clean. I think it's called nesting.
Have a blessed day,