Sunday, April 6, 2008

For wee ones

Today I was tidying up my craft room (it's an endless task) and I thought I'd scan these baby bib designs for you. They're from the same Workbasket sheet as the non-scary clowns and they have the days of the week plus a few little pictures to add with them. So if you've got little ones to make pressies for, some of these would look very sweet on little singlets, onesies or the bibs.


I think the vintage-style toys are charming, do kids still play with wooden elephants on strings, tin tops and have piggy banks?

12 comments:

Arkerchi said...

Thank u for the pattern. I worked on a few bibs just last week and am thinking of making more. This is so timely. You can view those that I had made here
http://wencrafting.wordpress.com/2008/04/03/reversible-embroidery-bibs/

thank u again

Heather said...

love the patterns- that train is so cute! My daughter had a wooden alligator with a string that she used to walk around the house with.

Stacy A. said...

I finally had some time to explore more of this site (for the last hour woo hoo). It is a delight to see and read. You writing about them is as fun as the transfers themselves, well almost. I love reading the descriptions in catalogs etc. and some of these are priceless. It makes you wonder just how different things were back then. As soon as I clear a few things off my project plate I will work on a few patterns from you.
You really have a special place here, Thank You so much for sharing! Love Stacy

lovestitches said...

thanks for the patterns. I'm trying to bring back wooden toys, they're so much cooler than plastic ones.

sweetjessie said...

Thank you - these are great! I WISH more kids still played with wooden toys. They're so timeless.

Kristin said...

I dont think i could ever get enough of the lovely patterns you share over here! :)

Also - I have some big news going on over at the blog. If you have a moment, stop on by and check it out. :)

HUGS!
Kristin
http://homegrownrose.typepad.com/reclaimingthehome

Claire said...

The toys are lovely and I am sure will be easy to stitch. My friend Faye has alot of wooden toys for her daughter and sells some on her website, so I know some people are happier for children to have simple long lasting toys rather than the usual rubbish that a lot of companies churn out.

Miss Paula said...

I am sad to say that ALL clowns are scary to me.....

my poppet said...

wooden toys and tin spinning tops are some of my best sellers.

Drewzel said...

I'm so happy to see that there's still so much wooden toy love!

And thanks for the lovely comments :D

Georgie Love said...

please send me your address so I can send you a brooch! sally @ georgielove.com! x

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