I finished them! I used this tutorial and it’s great so I didn’t feel compelled to reinvent the wheel.
The main change I made was to use the same fabric for all of it instead of trying to find coordinating fabrics for the outer, inner, and handle. I had a hard enough time picking coordinating fabrics for Baby Girl and Baby Boy! Not to mention, I could feel my feet started to swell while I hemmed and hawed in the fabric section of Joannes.
Here’s Baby Boy’s! Incidentally, we’ve reached the point in the pregnancy where we’re doing phone photos. #SorryNotSorry
And here’s Baby Girl’s! I’m really proud of how these turned out. And it only took 2 days which is pretty good considering my lack of sewing skills. lol.
Speaking of the babies, Baby A is a stinker and has decided to flip around into the breech position. What does this mean? It means we now have a c-section scheduled for April 8th. Y’all, that’s less than 3 weeks away! Eeep! Time to prioritize a few last minute projects while making sure to take lots of put-your-feet-up breaks to avoid the dreaded bed rest.