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January 27, 2008

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Steph

What a fabulous idea and I love the fire engien fabric! When we moved I couldn't bring myself to get rid of the boys tiny moses basket bedding bedding, even though its just plain cream jersey and flannel. My oldest is in a bed now and has blue ticking stripe flannel sheets and joy of joys I've found some similar in gingham for A when he leaves his cot. Flannel is the business and those water bottles will be treasured I'm sure.
Stepkx

Rebecca ( Irish Sallygardens)

Welcome to blogland, thanks for visiting mine.
Great to meet another crafting and gardening blogger in Ireland.
If you have any gardening or smallholding questions I also have a forum at
http://sallygardens.freeforums.org/index.php

Rebecca ( Irish Sallygardens)

Welcome to blogland, thanks for visiting mine.
Great to meet another crafting and gardening blogger in Ireland.
If you have any gardening or smallholding questions I also have a forum at
http://sallygardens.freeforums.org/index.php

Periwinkle

i finally found your Blog . I think water bottle covers are a great idea.Love the fire engine fabric. Most of my sons clothes have been passed down to my nephew but I have tried to save the patches off things so that when I eventually get round to making them a quilt each I can sew these on and I'll be able to remember what clothes they came off-- well in theory I will anyway.
Lisa x

Periwinkle

i finally found your Blog . I think water bottle covers are a great idea.Love the fire engine fabric. Most of my sons clothes have been passed down to my nephew but I have tried to save the patches off things so that when I eventually get round to making them a quilt each I can sew these on and I'll be able to remember what clothes they came off-- well in theory I will anyway.
Lisa x

Vanessa

I love using fabric that has history, I'm getting someone to make a quilt out of my daughters baby clothes. I'm so excited!

Nice to meet you by the way!

Vanessa

I love using fabric that has history, I'm getting someone to make a quilt out of my daughters baby clothes. I'm so excited!

Nice to meet you by the way!

theresa

Hello, and welcome to the blogging world. I am still waiting to start. My friend Sam, is the lady behind plump pudding and even though i see her regularly i love reading her blog and then the bloggers who read hers. One day I will get organised. I love the soft sheets, my children had those, and as a childrens nurse we use the soft flannel sheeets for the babies, as our children say "lush". good luck with the blog, theresa x

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