• Welcome to the World Rookie: 3ten.ca

    Sewing: Welcome to the World Rookie

    Welcome to the World Rookie – this is the compilation of all the baby gift sets I just shared – plus two big blankets (one cozy quilt and one cozy fleece). Okay, let’s get sewing. Welcome to the World Rookie Baby Gift Set One Gift Set Two Baby Gift Set Three Quilt Blanket (similar process, yet used two coordinating fabrics serged right sides together and topstitched – same dimensions as the baby quilt) These blankets are what tie the all of the baby gift sets…

  • Baby Gift Set Three

    Sewing: Baby Gift Set Three

    Baby gift set three – go Steelers, go! If you caught the first and second baby gift set then you know I forgot to share these photos and tutorials 4 years ago. Well, this one might be the best, yet. Why? Because it combines my brother’s love for the Pittsburgh Steelers with so many useful and functional baby items. Talk about having game day spirit! Okay, let’s get sewing. Baby Gift Set Three Burp Cloth Pee-Pee Tee-Pee Baby Bib (I can’t remember which tutorial I used,…

  • Baby Gift Set Two: 3ten.ca

    Sewing: Baby Gift Set Two

    Baby gift set two. Did you catch the first set earlier this week? Well, I still can’t believe I didn’t share these 4 years ago. I wonder why not? Probably life – it gets busy sometimes (or maybe all the time?!) and things slip. Okay, either way, I’m excited to share this grey gift set with a pop of an orange fox. Why do I like this little fox? Well, it probably has something to do with a photo that’s etched in my memory. My…

  • Baby Gift Set One: 3ten.ca

    Sewing: Baby Gift Set One

    Baby gift set one! I can’t believe I didn’t share these 4 years ago when I made them for my sweet nephew in Ontario. Look at those little foxes? Aren’t they just the cutest? Well, I’ll share the patterns I used for this adorable gift set, yet the part that’s the most fun is picking out the coordinating fabric. On this set I picked out three key fabrics that tied together, but didn’t matchy-match. No, you want a good combination of neutrals with fun fabrics…