I decided to make a taggie as a baby gift for a newborn little guy. I’ve never done this before, but I figured, ‘how hard can it be?’
Turns out it wasn’t hard at all, and it came together really quickly. The only thing I have left to do is hand sew the edge where I turned it right-side-out and then I’m done. But because I avoid hand sewing at all costs, it could be a while!
It’s quite wrinkled from the traumatic turning it right-side out ordeal, but I can’t press it because the back is cuddle fabric with the dots….if I press it, doesn’t it ruin the dots?
And…if I had it to do over again, I would have done the sashing thinner, or maybe not at all. It’s a little too wide for my taste here, but I didn’t want to rip & re-do. The baby won’t mind!
I used Riley Blake Zoofari leftovers from another baby quilt I made last week. That’s a super-secret project that I can’t post about just yet, so sssshhhhhhh!
I’m linking up to Finish it Friday @ Crazy Mom Quilts.