A rare opportunity to purchase this custom Baby change bag with matching travel change mat. Made from heavy cotton drill with small polka dots, the feature accents are a bright apple green with woodland critters on team as a contrast. The little foxes from the woodland critters have been embroidered on the front flap.
The Wrapbag is designed to be worn when wearing a baby in a sling or carrier. It has long strap handles with soft fastening points to offer a range of fastening styles to suit. Everything is made soft so that there are no hard edges or materials to hurt baby.
The bag has a range of pockets for baby items and places for mummy to store essentals so you dont have to juggle two bags. The matching change mat features a laminated top fabric with woodland critters and green soft side.
This item was made for a custom order which was cancelled. Please use the contact form if you are interested in purchase.
As any parent knows, its a thrill to be told that a new grandchild was on the way. My son and daughter-in-law has all the scans and knew they were expacting a little girl to make their family complete with a toddler son. They even decided on her name before she was born. The name Violet was loved by the mum but was also the name of the baby’s great-great Grandmother. The middle name of Brooke was a family name as my dad, the baby’s great grandfather’s middle name. He was so pleased to hear that his latest great grandchild would bear his middle name which had been passed down through several genrations. It was just a shame he finally lost his couragous battle with cancer and he didn’t live to see her and give her a last cuddle. Of course a new little girl named Violet Brooke had to have a violet and mauve quilt.
I designed the quilt using the quilting software #EQ7 which to be honest I am still getting to grips with. Although the colour scheme was mostly picked during a flash sale of #KonaSolids from @PlushAddict they complimented the floral design. The sixteen blocks were complex to put together with obtuse angles. Which meant that each had to be trimmed and straigtended into a square to put together in sets of four. However, when the blocks were set into four larger square blocks, there was a distinct mis-alignment on the centre square.
What was initially an error turned out to be a design feature. the quilting of the large green sections to resemble leaves was just crying out to get a Suffolk Puff hand sewn into the centres as flowers.
The addition of the embroidered name and a range of quilting stitches means that it was finally completed in time for a family get together to welcome Violet into the world and fabric.
A Baby quilt is more then just a few scraps of fabric sewn together. the design and thought processes which carefully place each strip of colour and pattern can make a difference from one quilt and another. This cot sized baby quilt was commissioned by a neighbour for her new born long awaited grandson. The customer wanted something unusual that others would not provide for a baby that had everything. The commissioned brief was just a quilt with his name on and the design was left up to me.
I used the @ModaFabrics #Jellyroll #BlueberryCrumbCake. a wonderful range of blues, browns and whites. I chose the light colour range for this quilt and a simple log cabin style block. Once the four large blocks were completed I twisted and turned them until this pattern emerged, then the borders added.
jelly roll leftovers!
Once the patchwork was done, it was time for layering and quilting. Here I had fun and chose a range of different stitch options on my #Janome 12000 machine.
This baby quilt was ordered with love, stiched with fun and happiness and given for snuggles nd cuddles.
Its not very often I succumb to creating quilt for order but this one was fun and the beautiful subtle tones of the fabric made it all coordinate beautifully,