two Slabs for Southern Alberta. I would encourage everyone to make a block or two and send them to Cheryl Arkison, because, a) they are super fun to make and b) they are for a great cause.
tutorial on their blog. Last night I started removing the elastics and it took me half an hour per diaper! This project is obviously going to take a while.
I did make a Staple Dress muslin and it fit very well, but since it isn't breastfeeding friendly, I'm not going to make it afterall. If anyone knows how to alter a pattern to make a non-stretchy neckline into an elasticized one (that can be pulled down), please let me know! Instead, I might try making this Peasant Dress by Sis Boom, which looks like it meets my requirements.
Finally, this week I'm hoping to start the Supertote I mentioned in my last WIP update. I'd like to use it as a diaper bag. Oh, and I need to make a couple soother clips so I stop misplacing them. You know, in between changing diapers and feeding Lila.
What are you working on?
Super Tote diaper bag
Applecheek elastic replacements
Breastfeeding friendly top/dress for me
In ProgressTula Baby quilt
Farmer's Wife QAL blocks
3x6 plum chartreuse quilt - ready to be sashed
Lucky Stars BOM -April/May/June/July blocks
Curious Nature quilt - no progress
Sew Intertwined quilt -no progressFlora Charm Quilt - no progress