Bah humbug at my camera not working properly, but here's what I've done thus far (as per my blog)
I was gifted this funky kids tunnel fabric a few years ago (was it from you Theresa? or Leah? one of you Dunedin girls). I didn't get around to sewing it into something for Will, but we did drape the pieces over the car seat so that he could look at them as we travelled. Time to cut them up!
And turned it into 2 x changing mats (one with pink camo minky, other with zebra minky on the back, both with PU film in the middle for wee accidents). thanks to those of you whom came to my rescue with the minky!
4 x large taggies, and 8 x small taggies - all with black & white contrast minky (zebra or paw prints), and a "pacifier" clip to attach it to whatever. Some have the face outlined with stitching - this was a tedious job so I gave up on it for some.
I had plans of turning a ripped pair of jeans (off Freecycle) and some old ties into a skirt for me, but I just couldn't get my ideas straight. And after hours of unpicking ties, sewing together, unpicking because I didn't like it, sewing together etc I was getting annoyed, so turned it into a bag. A reversible bag. An ugly reversible bag. Don't like it much, but it's done! I don't care anymore!
Mum & I popped into a factory shop while in the area last week. Mum spotted this womens top, in the $1 bin. She insisted I take it, knowing I could turn it into something for Emily. The bottom tier was cut, so I unpicked it, and added lace & velvet ribbon. I also added more lace & velvet ribbon at the V front. Not bad for $1, a few things from stash and about an hour of time! Emily likes it - now to suss out a top & pants for underneath...
I have stacks more upcycling projects waiting to be finished...