Okie-dokie. :o) Somebody asked to see pictures of what I've been sewing, so here they are!
Doll clothes and a matching skirt for Hopey too. The jumper I made out of this material for Hope at the time of Christy's wedding should fit Joy now, so they can all be in blue.
Hurray for lace.
And for time to sew! It's amazing how much more time you can find in a day when your baby is walking and weaned. So fun to have little girls and their dollies to sew for.
Or crochet. I've since turned the "skirt" into a floppy hat, which looks so cute on the doll.
And yes, I made diapers for the dolls. Just because I thought Hope would enjoy "changing" her dollies, and I was right. Also, I needed to provide a solution for bare-bottomed dollies, as I don't like them hanging around the house like that, and the diapers they came with from the store don't stay one them. :o)
And, just for fun, a little lacey bag for Hopey's ribbons. My Mum sends her these pieces of pretty ribbon, and Hope just loves them, but they're slippery to step on, so I made a place for them to go. The miniature wash cloth is to go with the little miniature kitchen we bought for Hope's 3rd birthday, though we haven't given it to her yet, as we want to space out the presents as activities are needed on these wintery days.
A bubble apron for Joy and a changing pad cover for the diaper bag. I changed diaper bags in the fall, and wanted a sleeve/cover for the changing pad. So thankful for leftover fabric from other projects! All I bought for the things I just sewed was the trim! :o)
We are Joshua and Erin Langemann, happily married since May 2008, and thrilled to be parents since February 2009. We are saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ, and desire that our home be a place where Christ can dwell, and where His peace can reign. May His Spirit fill us and equip us to do His will.