August 8, 2015

Weekend Fun - A Giveaway - NICU Smocks - Quilting Classes!

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To add to your weekend fun, you can enter to win a fat quarter bundle of Sweet Baby Girl by Riley Blake.  Giveaway ends Thursday, August 13th.

Have you heard about the NICU Smocks 2015 Sew Along coordinated by Craftsy?  A NICU Smock is designed for babies with tubes and monitors attached to them, making regular clothes impossible to wear.  It would be so scary to have a baby in the NICU and even more heart-wrenching to not be able to hold them and to see them in the isolette with only a diaper on.  This little smock is approved by many NICUs for these tiny babies.  Read more about the project and get the free pattern here.


And for further weekend fun, Craftsy has over 400 classes on sale for $19.99 or less this weekend only!  Several of my favorite quilting classes are on sale, including The Twisted Irish Chain by Amy Gibson and Playful Piecing Techniques by Camille Roskelley.  


I'm planning on learning Amigurumi this winter, and there's a class on Woodland Animals on sale, too!  Do you know what Amigurumi is?  It's crocheting and knitting small, stuffed creatures!


Have a fun weekend!

8 comments :

Cecilia said...

These are so cute. Thanks for the info about the little smocks. I will have to make some.

gibbygoo56 said...

Adorable fabric. PRECIOUS!

I've been wanting to take a class on Craftsy but I can't decide which one.

GranChris said...

These gowns are a wonderful idea. I will check into this,we make pillowcases but this would be just as wonderful.

sisylyn2 said...

Love the smocks. I have a niece who works in maternity and I would probably make smocks for the newborns.

Michele T said...

What a wonderful and thoughtful project... I live in a small community but I know that our hospital would welcome these!! Thanks for the free pattern, I know that I have some baby themed fabric that would be perfect!

Quilting Momma said...

Love the fabric!

Thanks for posting the smocks! I knit hats for new babies for our local gospital -- I'm going to see if the would have need for the smocks!

Katy M said...

What a fantastic idea, thanks for sharing as I hadn't heard about this x

sue godfrey said...

Lovely fabric. Thanks for the chance to win them, would love to make a baby girl quilt with them x