After a late start and a small episode of contextual disorientation courtesy my work compatriot, I got down to the busting of the stash:
The girls’ dresses are coming along, with hemming, adding elastic and stitching the straps on left to do. Of course I haven’t actually tried the dresses on them yet, so who knows if they’ll fit.
The yellow stripey thing-y may or may not turn into a mooshy belly bunny. We’ll see.
The omniprecent bibs. 8 of 16.
And the blob of white fabric is… a blob of white fabric. It’s white t-shirt material stitched together into one long piece, and then snipped with many holes a la those plastic bags that grapes come in. It’s going to be a toy hammock for Lu’s “friends” over her bed, and the genius idea of making grocery bags out of t-shirts with those snips comes from here. Action shot to come.
More gratuitous head shots? Okay.
And me, looking super surprised that this quick bust (husband’s too-small long sleeve shirt into a t-shirt for me) actually fits considering I didn’t size it and somehow deviated from Jessica’s tutorial.
I may have to give this shirt to my sister, as I am definitely not the homebaking champion of 1978. But she is.