Elizabeth and LiZ are a sister-in-law blogging duo who wow me every week with their fantastic sewing projects – these girls really know how to sew!, beautiful photography, and incredible creativity. If I could describe them in one word, it would be classy. They are seriously classy chicks and it shines in everything they do.
They are also the creative geniuses now running one of my favorite blogging competitions:
Project Run & Play.
Today we get an adorable onsie project from liZ. Get ready to say awwww….
I have never really done much embroidery but this project really has me itching to try.
Thank you for nesting with me liZ!
I love the Xavier Roberts idea! Except when I was little, the original dolls were called Little People Dolls. I still have my two dolls, one with Xavier’s original signature and the other with it stamped. Baby Ruth does look just like a doll, and I love the chunky legs!
Jessica at Me Sew Crazy says
This is such a beautiful post, the photos are darling, and Ruth is gorgeous!!! And I love the Xavier Roberts detail…well done liZ, as always 🙂
Oh my! Your daughter is just TOO cute! I’m expecting in March and my babies are super, wonderfully chunky too! I’m so excited to squish some chunky thighs 🙂 And also to use the wonderful angel wing embroidery idea, fabulous! Thanks for the idea.
Hm… I’m thinking my nine-month old totally needs an autographed tushie… 😉 and one with the My Child logo, too. Anybody remember those? Cuter than the CPKs and much sweeter faces…
She is such a cutie! I love these ideas! I just did my first embroidery on a bib this week for my son and now I’m hooked too!
so, can you wash the felt? seems in a precarious position if it can’t be washed….
Lynette @ My Craft Discovery says
I love the cabbage patch embroidery! how fun! Thanks for sharing!
Tony & Beth says
Yeah, another Ruth! We have a Ruth (Ruthie now) she is almost 4! I can’t believe how time flies! Glad to see that such a beautiful “old” name is coming back!
I loved those dolls too! i have been doing some onesies with applique for my baby son…must try this too how cute! Thank you to you and gorgeous baby Ruth for sharing this great idea.
Falafel and the Bee says
Oh my goodness those legs are too much! LOVE those baby legs…and the onesies too!
Jane Ellen says
so cute! I HAVE TRIED EMBROIDERING ON A ONESIE BEFORE, BUT HAD TROUBLE. WHAT TYPE OF NEEDLE DO YOU USE? THANKS!
Jane Ellen says