WELL there really are no words. I’m pretty proud of this. Not only did I design it (yes, I really did), I conquered a few treacherous challenges, including appliqueing a couple dozen flannel stars on a very stretchy pseudo-cord and negotiating a generous offset placket.
The bunting was a lot of work but it was all for SCIENCE and space exploration. Obviously.
(Listing at Homesewn, Flickr tagset (the latter has some construction talk and more detail shots).
That is the PERFECT article of baby clothing! The fabric and style are amazing. I am never this impressed by baby stuff. Would it be too creepy for me to hoard that away in my closet?
Kelly, that is just divine! Fantastic work. 🙂
Hmm… creepy and you’re asking me? Considering I have a closet piled up with baby clothes I keep sewing for kind of no reason? (pathetic… yet satisfying!) Maybe we should come up with a name for this.
WOW. serious wow. It is that that I’m going to be 49 next week and past childbearing and Alma still to young and my big son uninterested otherwise I would buy one. a work of art, lovely, beautifull!
You know how I feel about this. I dream in goat buntings.
That is quite seriously the most adorable bunting I have ever seen! You did a fantastic job sewing and designing it. And I must admit, even though I am completely finished with having babies, it makes me wish I had a little one to put in it. Thanks for sharing!
You crafty woman..I envy your talent.
So. Damn. Cute.
Excellent job – I don’t think I’ve seen something this cute, ever. Maybe because it’s so tiny? Seriously – I may have to buy one for my brother and his wife – they’re expecting their first in late July and have almost no $$ but love unique stuff. I just have to wait to find out the sex of their baby….
That’s pretty out of this world, except that it is on Earth, made by Earthly hands.
one word! awesome!
Thank you, people!