Friday, November 14, 2008

Nesting Part 2

Here's the pic of the little green crochet top with matching panties that I told you all about in the last post.....
I also whipped up another top in blue yesterday while waiting in the Dr's clinic... Yes that's right I waited for over an HOUR an that bloody clinic yesterday to see the Doc for 5minutes for bub #2's check up, pretty sad isn't it??? :(
I made this one a little tiny bit longer than the first 2 and changed the edging row ever so slightly, once again.... The little blue panties I made up with the cutest fabric that I bought from Spotlight about 2 months ago for $1 a metre, what a BARGIN!!!!
Now for all of those lovely ladies who may think that I'm having a girl with all of this 'girly' crafting that I've been doing of late I must assure you that I still don't know.... If bub #2 is not a girl that's o.k.... I have 2 girlfriends due over the next couple of months and they both know that they are having girls, or so they tell me anyway, and if I have a boy than these little outfits are bound for their new little bundles of joy....
I also finished the cot/pram quilt last night..... Doesn't it just feel so great when you get to cross stuff off you BIG list of things to do??? Babies quilt, tick... :)I didn't really use babies colours now did I????? I knew the sex with my first bub and when it came to crafting up a storm for her before she was born it was so easy when you knew what colours and styles you could lean towards.... It's so much harder to think of things that will suit both a boy and a girl... Only a couple of weeks to go now and I won't have to wonder any more... :)
Take Care :)

17 comments:

  1. Wow you have been crafting up a storm. I love the quilt..perfect unisex colours. I can't believe you can crochet a top in 1 hour. It takes me that long to make a granny square!

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  2. They are gorgeous sets! Love the pants with them.
    I had one baby where we didn't know what the sex was, it was harder planning things but nice too IYKWIM.
    The baby quilt looks great! I recently used this range to make placemats for my sisters and dh's niece for christmas. Lovely range!
    Forgot to ask, how was the homeschooling magazine?
    Bec xxx

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  3. Those little outfits are just so adorable. I am sure your girlfriends will love them if you end up having a little boy. The quilt looks fantastic and I love all the earthy colors too.

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  4. The quilt is fantastic! I like the colors. I don't care for baby colors, so I made a lot of bright stuff for my baby even when I knew it was going to be a girl. I was sewing and knitting like mad after I found out the gender.

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  5. They are the cutest little outfits I have seen Jelly. They are just so gorgeoulsy "baby"! Looks like you are well and truly ready!!

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  6. Love the Green set...You are crafting like a Trojan...Cute Quilt looks Great...
    cheers
    maree

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  7. The outfits are gorgeous. Loving the little quilt too.

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  8. What gorgeous outfits!! Love the quilt - the earthy colours look great and are also so practical. Glad to hear you are keeping well.

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  9. Look at you craft - loving the nesting happening on all of the preggy bloggers at the moment

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  10. You clever thing!! Wonderful crocheting and the matching pants are just right!!
    Count down!!!

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  11. Such a lot of sweet and lovely things. That little crochet top is just perfect!

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  12. oh, I love everything here! that quilt is beautiful!

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  13. so cute and lovely little quilt - I sent off your parcel today
    lisa x

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  14. Those outfits are adorable! Love that quilt too ... time is a tickin' - not too much longer!

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  15. Jodie, it's all so adorable! And you are really whipping things out. Glad to hear that just in case it is a boy, you've got options for your great work! I've also tagged you for a meme (6 random things) but wasn't sure if you do those or if you had done this one if you do. :-) Hope you have a great week!

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  16. Love what you've been making, WOW! not long now. Could be any day.....
    Do you have to come to Dubbo?

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  17. Love the pram quilt - I think the colours are fab.

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