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Make any really neat baby stuff lately? Are you just dying to show it off? Here's the place to do it!

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Airplane Mobile  
My son and I had been flying to see my parents as much as possible before he turned 2 and we would have to pay for a seat for him. He fell in love with …

Hospital/bedroom door wreath 
This adorable wreath is a little different than the plain old bow on the hospital door! Directions: This is how… 1 round styrofoam circle, about 9 or …

Adaptations of the baby pinafore pattern 
Presenting two versions of the baby pinafore pattern using patchwork fabric from our local fabric store's sale table. Both dresses have matching piltchers/nappy …

Dots, flowers,and stripes,on a cosy, covering bedsheet. 
I made a lot of covering bedsheets for my newborn grandson, to take care of changing seasons. This one was 125 cms x 90 cms in size. All cloth used was …

Recycled Onesie, pillowcase and dinner napkin 
This onesie had a broken snap, but it's so cute! I decided to cut it in half and sew it to a pillowcase. I used the open end of the pillowcase since it's …

Flowery Cot Tidy 
I had brought a flowery printed cotton cloth from the market for making a mattress cover for my grandson, on which he could sit and play.This idea was …

Traditional Dress for Baby Boy for the ANNAPRASHAN ceremoney 
My daughter's son 'Dhairya' has just turned 6 months old. There was to be a traditional ANNAPRASHAN ceremony where the MAMA ( mother's brother) has to …

Flower Power Grabber Baby Toy 
My husband and I made many kids toys when the girls were small. He made wooden toys without nails or screws and with a natural finish. I made soft toys …

Flowery Diaper Stacker 
After making the Cot Tidy and the Bed-sheet for my grandson's crib, I had enough flowery cotton print left from which, I decided to make a diaper stacker. …

"visual stimulation" baby book 
I created this simple accordion-fold book using iron-on transfers and felt. It's machine-stitched at the edges and seems to be durable enough for baby …

Baby Bikini Applique 
A cute twist for the summer beach days - a bikini applique onesie! I added some simple applique pieces to the front and some coordinating ruffles at …

First frock for my little doll. 
I have posted some dresses/ Baby accesories which I stiched for my grandson 'Dhairya'. Now 4 years later i have a granddaughter too. She was named 'Ishita' …

Recycled Upcycled Baby Dress 
I bought a cotton ladies top at a thrift shop for 30 cents. Then I went all out and spent $2.50 on bias tape :) So for under $3 my Little Monkey gets to …

Dribble bib 
i think these are adorable and as i have a dribbly lil baby and when she was smaller a sicky baby she needs a bib pretty much all day everyday and these …

knitted cotton hat 
This is about the third or fourth one of these hats I've made.The first 6 rows of the pattern are very tricky but after that it's just garter stitch. It …

Pom Pom Mobile 
A colorful easy to make a baby mobile that is sure to grab baby's attention. All you need is some 12mm (1/2 inch) wooden dowel, a small wood drill, …

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