A Haven for Vee

Saturday, March 28, 2009

Future Burp Cloths



How fun to be visiting Homemade by Jill again and find just the thing that I need for the future generation of my beloved's family — a tutorial on making burp cloths. Currently, Jill has quite a number of tutorials for making wonderful infant items so I may become tempted with other things if I hang out there too long.

Speaking of infants...perhaps you've heard that *Linds* and *Dawn* are brand new, for-the-first-time-ever paternal grandmothers. I think it's just so cool. If you want to see pictures, all you have to do is click on their names.

A blessed weekend to you all!

23 comments:

  1. They are so lovely but first one has to find those beautiful fabrics.

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  2. Considering that we have a little one on the way I need to pop over to see all the sweet baby things. Thanks for the link and have a sweet Saturday!

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  3. I don't know of a little one on its way anymore...there were a bunch just born...but I found that JoAnn Fabric was practically giving away counted cross stitch blankets for newborns. All I have to provide is the work.

    Your fabric is so fun!

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  4. Oh how cute! And a long way from just throwing a clean cloth diaper over one's shoulder. ,-)

    Mmmm, do they use cloth diapers, anymore? Anywhere? If not, they'd not know what I refer to, now would they? ,-)

    Found a new place for Backgrounds! And she offers some simple ones, and pink ones. So you just know, I had to "Play." :-)

    Aunt Amelia

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  5. What beautiful fabric's.
    Whoever gets these will be very lucky!
    I have some blankets that my father in laws Mother made for him when he was a baby. They are so beautiful and I look forward to giving them to my children for their babies someday. :)
    Laura

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  6. Hi Vee,
    Do you have little ones on the way in your family?? Or just hoping to have soon? Please stop on over to my blog when you get a moment, I have something for you!
    Hugs, Lisa

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  7. Those are so pretty and bright. Any baby would love the colors. I do!!...m.

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  8. I just might have to check out that tutorial (burp cloths) for my three nieces who just had babies. Thanks, Vee.

    Stay Cozy, Carrie

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  9. Hi sweet Vee!!! Oh I am so enjoying this new little angel!!! I'll have to pop over and look at the tutorial....I've come across some beautiful baby fabric during the art room move! Thank you so much for the link love ~ xxoo, Dawn

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  10. I love your sweet little blog. Am quite inspired by your pretty burp cloths. I have a 3 week old grandson :o) great visiting you, I'll call again
    x
    sumea

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  11. Hi Vee, Thank you for visiting Margie's Crafts and leaving your lovely message. The fabrics are so pretty on this post. Congratulations to the new grandparents. I will check out the link. Have a great weekend. hugs Margie.

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  12. An award for you my dear on my blog and I like the yellow door.

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  13. What darling baby goodies!

    Please do feel free to participate in my party! It is just for fun. Even one photo is fine!

    My daughter and I LOVE your tulip photo!!!

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  14. Streams of the Desert - 1 and 2 - two of my favorite devotional books. Mrs. Cowin has a way with connecting humanly in such a fine way.

    Thank you for the tulip refreshment in that fine photo!

    LaTeaDah

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  15. Thanks for directing us to that great site and those darling burp clothes! Love the frayed part..and your fabric choices are adorable!

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  16. Vee, thank you for that beautiful video. Streams in the Desert is my favorite devotional. I have to visit Jill and see these tutorials.

    Karen

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  17. Vee,

    I think the plant I have is a Flowering Almond and by the way, did that wascally wabbit knock over your candlestick on your banner?

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  18. These are just adorable Vee! I like all of the fabrics you picked out. I also love the post above this one. It was beautiful. Thank you.

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  19. Lovely fabrics!! Your tulip photos are message are beautiful on your SUnday post!!
    blessings,
    kari & kijsa

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  20. love the color of your fabrics Vee. . .maybe I will go have a peek .. you haven't steered me wrong yet. .

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  21. Hi Vee!

    Love your sewing room! It looks like such a great place to create and have some fun "me" time. We all need that. Plus it's a great time to meditate and talk to God!

    I've always loved the verse about the lilies of the field, It leaves such a beautiful picture in my head!

    big hugs,Sherry

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  22. I love the colors of the fabric choices:-)

    I also enjoyed the Flower Show video... what amazing color and beauty!

    I hope your week is off to a great start.

    Rhonda

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  23. Such a crazy busy weekend here that I missed this and Sundays' post. I loved the tulips and spring flowers video in the Sunday post above. I hope to be able to visit Amsterdam someday in Spring to see the tulip fields and windmills and ride down the canals.

    I love your new header...did you make it? You are getting talented with photoshop!

    More first time grandmothers joining the club!! :-) It's so exciting.

    Since I don't have a machine, and can't sew, I bought many cute things from ETSY for Leo. There are so many wonderful things for babies now! I just had fun making up a basket of cute things for him for Easter.

    Congrats to the expecting member of John's family!

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