Monday, October 12, 2009

neckerchiefs



A few weeks back I stumbled across a local quilting fabric shop, after a tip off from a friend. Cant believe it's taken me years to discover it! We ended up coming home with a few pieces of boy fabric to make the resident dribbler of the house some bibs.
These were so simple to make. And here's the link for the pattern if you want to make some for the dribbler/chucker in your house.
I did shrink the measurements slightly...which I shouldn't have done. Still fits and looks cute, but next time I would keep the actual measurements on the pattern.

Cant get enough of this boy:)

12 comments:

Sara said...

Nice neckerchiefs!

Jude is just delish! Gorgeous boy!

Melinda said...

These are really cool - so much nicer than just a bib and you have got one cute kid there to model them!

I know a couple of baby boys that are going be born this year so I might have to make use of this pattern - thanks for the link.

Cathy McKay said...

Oh Jude, you are lovely!

I will be making some too Naomi! I always think it is a shame to cover up their nice clothes with necessary bibs. This looks more like "accessorising"!

katherine said...

Yee-haw.

I love them!

Karen said...

What a great alternative to a bib -they look more like an accessory than a practical item.
Super-cute boy too!

cath said...

oh my goodness he is the cutest little thing i've have ever seen. i hope my babies look like that.

benjaman said...

Jude looks so darn cool!

Sweet photos Naomi!

Kre8ive Life said...

What a cutie!!! Love your neckerchiefs they are fab. Love finding my ladies in blog land living the Kre8ive Life.

Kylie said...

Now this just makes me all clucky:) How cute is he and how cute is that fabric for little men:)

Probably a good thing that you only just found this shop - imagine the demage one could do in there.

Erin said...

he is so cute! - oh and the neckerchiefs are adorable too :)

The Handmaden said...

Absoloutely gorgeous!

Apron Thrift Girl said...

Those are too cute for words. I would have loved those for my son about 7 years ago. What a sweet, lovely idea.