Wednesday, October 21, 2009

In the Queue Wednesday

Remember my friend, Susan? She's the reason I started blogging - I wanted to document my adventures (and mishaps) sewing her wedding dress for her March 2008 wedding. Well, she and her husband are pregnant with their first - a baby boy! :)

So, next in my queue is this "onesie" (upper left hand corner in the photograph portion of the envelope - short sleeves, snaps between legs) for the upcoming addition to Susan's family:
As soon as they found out from a sonogram that they are having a boy, they picked out a theme for the nursery - the zoo! And while I was fabric shopping in Missouri, I found this adorable knit:



Isn't it perfect? She still has several months to go, but I want to get to it ASAP. Maybe next weekend. In any event, I will get to it. It's in the queue. :)

9 comments:

Cole's Corner said...

Sooooo cute! Can't wait to see what you think of the pattern!

Cindy said...

I love sewing baby clothing! Have fun with this project. Fill it with lots of love :)

BConky said...

Love the fabric. Can't wait to see it finished.

Johanna said...

Be careful with those big 4 baby patterns- they run HUGE! If you don't know about the Ottobre magazine for kids and women, please check it out. Their patterns go together flawlessly.

Christine said...

Super Cute fabric!

Lori said...

It is very cute fabric and I was there when she bought it - yea! Can't wait to see it.

meredithp said...

Very cute fabric, and a good idea to get started now. My forays in to hand made baby gifts usually get finished in time for their children :-)

SunnyQ said...

Hi Gwen!

I LOVE it!!!! SOOO adorable!

@Johanna - I hope that we have the problem of it being too big...lately, I've been worried that baby is gonna be big....

@Lori - so glad you and Gwen got to meet in the "real" world - thanks for being there when this love dose was started! :)

Thank you Gwen - I am SO loved and love you so much back!!! :-D

See you soon :)
-sus

SunnyQ said...

ps - for those who are curious, you can see the "theme" here: http://peskytarian.com/?p=207
(Gwen has inspired me to blog!)