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This spring issue is the sweetest collection for everything baby! Get the cutest ideas for baby quilts, blankets, sweater sets, mobiles, and accessories to decorate the baby’s room. Read about what to watch for and consider when quilting and knitting for babies. As usual, it includes instructions and gorgeous pictures.
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A Day at the Zoo Diaper Bag
The great thing about this diaper bag is its practical shape. You could however make up the bag in any shape you prefer to accommodate all that is necessary for a day at the zoo, for instance. The fun part is embellishing it. Here’s a method that highlights the colours in the fabric, and the options on the Husqvarna Viking® Designer Diamond deluxe.
Designed by Cheryl Stranges
Product & Event Specialist
Fingerprints should be added to the repertoire of all-time favourite cross stitch pieces, to be cherished forever.
Designed by Maria E. Gollek
Aspiring to inspire before I expire
Crochet a Bin!
Soft. Practical. Versatile. Easy to work up in any colour to match the room. Useful for storing diapers, towels, baby undergarments, little soft toys…
Designed by Laura Gebhardt
The Baby Journal Cover
Working with wool is portable and calming. It’s no wonder penny rugs have continued to fascinate handworkers from the mid 19th century. Get ready to create a treasured heirloom.
Designed by Ursula Greiner and Kerry Karram
Wool Penny Rugs Enterprises Inc.
Baby Blue Quilt
This Baby Blue quilt can be made in different baby patterned fabrics, perhaps to suit the colours in baby’s room. But whatever fabric you’ll choose, it was designed to be a practical, no fuss, and quick quilt to make. It’s also a great quilt project for a beginner quilter.
Designed by Wendy L Burton
The Quilt Store
17817 Leslie Street, Unit 40
Newmarket, Ontario L3Y 8C6
Bendy Bootees – Bootees with Knees
These bootees are an adaptation of an old pattern for “bootees with knees” – bootees that come up over a baby’s knees. Originally they were made to protect baby from drafts caused by the nightgowns babies used to wear. These days, the moms that have received them report that they protect little knees when the little ones take to crawling.
Designed by Cynthia MacDougall
ravelry name: macknitnow
A Medieval Mobile
Stitched on 14ct perforated paper, this mobile is entirely full-stitch, with details being added by the backstitching. Special touches are added by using shiny braids and fuzzy floss, as well as fine ribbons and seed beads.
Designed by Joanne Gatenby
model stitchers Mary Bottorff and Katie Schroeder
The Happy Baby Set
A quick and easy pattern to sew for the little bundle of joy in your life or to whip up for a gift.
Designed by Michele Cheong
Complete instructions include chart with symbols and colour key. A simple little bluebird can be embroidered in so many ways using a wide variety of stitches. It is offered here as a cross stitch project. Cross stitch it on a tote, pillow, towel, bed skirt, bed sheet, valance or anywhere your imagination takes you.
Designed by Judith Marquis
Amberlane & Amberpetites
Zippered Tool Pouch for Rug Hookers
This handy pouch is sturdy enough for hooking tools, but versatile and practical enough for anything precious you want to carry. Add your own flare by changing colours, size, adding or subtracting quillies and other embellishments.
Designed by Val Flannigan
Sugar Baby Blanket
The perfect project to practice the Boomstick Lace Technique. Make it for the sweetest girl in your life or make it another colour for yourself!
Designed by Laura Gebhardt