Little boys are the best! Use reinforced stitches at all starts and stops. You are inspiring me!
All the fabric I used was provided by my fabulous sponsor, Fabricworm! I ordered this print to bring in some mustard yellow cause you know I love me some mustard yellow , and mod podged it onto a piece of plywood for a rustic piece of art! I had to have some shelves! I found these cool shelves and hardware from Home Depot and they were pretty inexpensive to boot!
Also one of the first projects I worked on for the nursery-a book sacrificed itself to make these adorable blocks! I added a succulent in an old container I had for some greenery, and thrifted that green picture frame…just waiting for a cute pic of Jack!
I made his name using paper mache letters, painted them a custom color, then wrapped the bottom with twine, gluing as I went. Pouf is from target and the most perfect shade of green!
This chair in grey is SOOO comfy. I was even lucky enough to grab it on sale! I wanted more shelves for books and toys at his level, so I purchased four wood crates from Joanns, and had Rory stain them and attach them together to make this cute set of storage shelves! I made the arrow cross stitch using this pattern. The wire container on the bottom was a Target dollar spot find awhile back and the glove and car tin containing…more Cars!
I got this fab antique brass lamp at Target, but of course. They gave me vague excuses every time I emailed them about it but did upgrade my shipping so when it finally did ship it came next day.
I spent hours embarrassing but true scoping out possible mobile ideas and ended up finding these amazing leather mobiles. I also made a quick crib skirt. I mean literally took less than an hour. I cut 3 pieces to size, plus hemming inches , hemmed all size, and attached them to the crib. Strong tape, but it was the easiest way to do it and I wanted to be done. This little guy was one of the first things I found and purchased for the room! I mean, you gotta have a stuffed crocodile in a Peter Pan room, amiright?
Fabric for crib sheet. I found these adorable feather hooks at Land of Nod and had to have a few for hanging up his little sweaters or bags! Up on the shelf is an Ergo carrier, a few storage boxes toys, etc , and a bin of shoes. On the other side is a hamper and diapers from my shower. In the top drawers of the dresser, we have some diapers…. I saved the girls plain white socks for him to use because those things get lost so easily!
I hate buying new socks all the time, haha. We are so excited to welcome this little guy and share his nursery with you too! I love the colors, and how it is both appropriate for a little boy AND sophisticated.
And enjoy your baby boy. So, so adorable and cute theme! This turned out absolutely darling!! I love the woodland look, and all the pieces of art are perfect! I need to copy that crate bookshelf.
I particularly love the twine-wrapped letters. Youre baby is enjoy. Um, you just broke pinterest. What a beautiful nursery! Very well put together. What kind of spray paint did you use to do the knobs and shelving hardware? Is there a brand you recommend? I need them for my Peter Pan nursery! What dimension shelves did you get? I have the same dresser and I love how they look in comparison to the dresser, size wise.
I believe we cut them down a few inches, the website should have the length. Can you tell me what size blocks you used for the book blocks you created? Craftiness Is Not Optional sewing, crafts, and parties. I also spray painted the hardware to match the lamps. I know, I know…it was falling apart, in my defense. The little toy next to his name I found on Zulily. Love the cute artwork and the map of Neverland!
Thanks for stopping by!!! Did you make the mini-quilt in the following pic? Thank you so much for the Nakey Baby Project. I have just made the peasant dress my baby already had a purple diaper on - that's all she was wearing when we got her , so I was so happy to make her a purple dress. I am looking forward to making some of your other baby doll clothes. I have uploaded some photos to the flickr group.
I really appreciate it. To get the pattern Click on the words in color now purple text. So, If you want to get the "peasant top" pattern click on the colored word, peasant top. We are in the process of revamping ,combining and all around spiff up of all "Nakey Baby" patterns. So that we may offer the entire in our Etsy Shop. For those who prefer. I am hoping by August. What size of dolly is this one? I bought 2 "new" dolls from the thrift shop that are about 12" long.
As usual you can't buy doll clothes or barbie clothes for dolls so I'm going to have to make them. I'm going to pin this so I can find you again.
Tina 'the book lady' wswpub at gmail. If I am making this right! Thank you so much for sharing your patterns! I am going to try the 2 in 1 dress and diapers to match. I have not started these yet, but am sure they will fit much better that the newborn onesie that droops 4" below the crotch that the doll is wearing now!
I'm sure my granddaughter will be thrilled to be able to dress her baby! Thank you so much for these easy patterns I couldn't find anything to sew stuff for my 10 inch doll -thank you so much for sharing. Thank you so much for sharing. I've been looking for clothes for my 10 inch and it got so frustrating Thank you for the super easy and quick pattern. I made two outfits in under an hour for a preschool classroom with naked baby syndrome.
So cute and easy! Thanks so much for making this available! I JUST discovered your page!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you for sharing all these cute little pattern! I recently fell in love with these dolls and since my babies are no longer babies 25, 15, 11 I had not sewn baby clothes for quite some time Thank you again for sharing!! I no longer blog here and can't keep up with the demand! But, I still want to offer this project!! Go to the store tab on the top of page!!
This is the first time I have done a on-line project like this, so please forgive my "Newbie-ness". Scrap Fabric I am using knit but you can use terry. Print out and cut your templates. Lay them out on the fold of your fabric as shown. The sleeve template does not need to be on the fold.
Cut 2 of each. This is what you should have. We will work on the diaper first. Pin diaper cuts right side together. Mark opening on the top back of the diaper cut. This way you will have a opening to turn it inside out.
Turn inside out and press. This is what you'll have. At this point sew up the opening. Time to add velcro. Size the diaper on baby. Then add soft side of Velcro to front of diaper and Velcro hook side to back tabs as shown here. Try the Diaper on the baby. Now that was quick and simple A great thing for a new sewer. Sew a couple more for a set. Now on to the top. Pin sleeve pieces right side together on both sides of one body piece.
It will look like this with both sleeves sewn. It will look like this. Then sew the side seams together. Start where the sleeve ends to the bottom of top. Use reinforced stitches at all starts and stops. Leave a opening for the elastic. Insert elastic cinch up to fit baby, then sew up opening. Your top will look like this now.
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