Monday, September 13, 2010

A Baby Swaddler

My new favorite baby gift!

Made from soft & cuddly flannel and warm fleece!

This one is headed to Boston :)

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Sunday, September 5, 2010

The Nappy Bag!

The most complicated bag I've made.

Love it!!!

A cell phone pocket

A changing pad in a case

The pad fits in the bottom of the bag! & Look at all those pockets!

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Little boy's shirt

My favorite new thing I've tried!

Friday, July 30, 2010

Etsy shop is open!

Check it out!

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Bags made with vintage fabric!

Love these new bags! Each one is made in part from vintage fabric I've found so far this summer!

1. made from a vintage Hawaiian shirt I bought at a thrift store! (I even re-used the pocket!)

2. made from vintage fabric my mom found in her art classroom!

3. made from vintage fabric we found at my mother-in-laws! (It was either her mother's or her aunt's or maybe even her grandmother's)

Monday, April 19, 2010

a kid's bag!

My niece, Abby, turned four yesterday & I wanted to try scaling down the bag I've been making.
Here is the end result: a kid's bag! Happy animals on the outside and corduroy on the inside!

Monday, April 12, 2010

practice makes perfect

The first bag with an UhOhGo! label!

outside of bag

Liam needed a new bib. So, I thought, "Why not try and make one?!"

Bean bags with faces! A fun way to use scraps.

Every time I went to the fabric store, this fabric said, "Becka would love me!"
So, I finally got it and made the wavy-tree-bag for my friend Becka. She did love it!

A bird nursing cover with bling :)

Learning to add a zipper, I made these little pouches. I even made them waterproof!

Colorful burp cloths made from flannel to feel soft on baby's little face

The first bag that I made for myself :)

Reusing & re-purposing: I made this bag for my niece for her 10th birthday.
Made from a t-shirt and duct tape.
(I sewed it & learned why that was not a good idea. Sticky needle!)

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

making things

Here at UhOhGo! we're interested in fun & usable handmade goods.