I made a new onesie for my little man. It was a monster, of course.
I started out the same way I start all my onesies: with a sketch. I usually do a web image search of the type of thing I want, then pick out different elements that I like and make them into a new, original design.
In case you were not aware, April is Autism Awareness Month.
In light of that, I thought I’d share an Autism-related craft I made a while back.
As I’ve mentioned before, before the birth of my son, I worked with preschoolers with Autism for 4 years. I made this shirt to show support for every child I’ve known who is affected by this disorder.
In a future time,
Children will work together
To build a giant cyborg!
First person to name that tune & the band who sings it wins!*
(*Disclaimer: No prizes actually involved. Winning only good for gloating to friends who may or may not read this blog.)
I made a robot onesie. Hee hee. It makes me smile. I actually started this onesie months ago, but then Christmas happened. And since we’ve already established Christmas made me it’s whipping-boy this year, you can guess how that went.
I made a scarf.
It was for my friend Elizabeth. For Christmas. So I gave it to her a couple weeks after Christmas. Because Christmas was like that this year.
Anyway. It was a snowflake scarf.
First, I started out by making a snowflake template.