Friday, August 22, 2014

Meals at Grandma's House

When I was a little tike 
meals at Grandma's house
 meant getting out the Sears catalogs and stacking them on a chair to make me high enough to sit at the table.
 It also meant
tying a dish cloth around my neck to keep dribbles off my dress.

I'm sure there are a lot of you out there with similar memories. 
With this in mind, I decided on a little gift for a friend who became a grandma (again) recently. 
Not a high chair, but a couple of snazzy bibs.


He can keep his little britches clean when he eats a meal at his sweet grandma's house and she won't have to tie a bandanna around his neck.  These bibs have Velcro for fast dressing and undressing.


I purchased the pattern at my LQS.  I changed it a little so it worked for a little cowboy and used fabric out of my stash of western fabrics.  (I always love to buy those...wink)


Tied with a ribbon and on it's way.
The little guy won't need these for awhile, but they are ready when needed.

That's it folks.  That is all the sewing I have accomplished this week.  
Have a great weekend!


10 comments:

Brenda said...

We used the big soup pot for a riser for kids to sit on at the table when I was young - something I did/do now when I have a need for a taller seat!! Good memories - love the bibs!!

Doris Rice said...

don't remember sitting on the catalogs but sure do remember the tea towel around the neck for a bib. Those are adorable little bibs for your friend.

Sherry said...

Oh yes, I remember the towel around the neck. Those are adorable bibs, great job!

Glinda ♥ said...

At least you have sewed and have thoughtfully gifted which will put a smile on your friend's face. What cute bibs - I did not know about cowboy fabric ... Yeehah!

Jeanie said...

Those are really sweet bibs! I'm at the other end of the age spectrum and think maybe I need some fancy grown up bibs for myself. ;) Really cute!

Nancy said...

These are darling Carla!! I am going to be a Grandma again and all I keep thinking about is the Baby's Quilt, thanks for opening my eyes I remember the other 2 going through a lot of Bibs! Have a Great Week end!!
Huggs, Nancy

StitchinByTheLake said...

Oh my goodness how cute! I need to remember this...I usually make burp pads for baby gifts but I should add bibs to that gift. blessings, marlene

Vickie said...

When I got home from my retreat....there was a little package on the bar.....hmmmmm

KaHolly said...

I had to come visit after seeing the darling bibs you gifted Vickie with that so delighted her!! You are so generous and thoughtful. Pretty clever, too!

Mdm Samm said...

are you not the best friend anyone could ever wish for