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Now that the New Year has begun, it is fun to think about what’s in store for us in the year ahead. On the home front, will there be a big move in your future or if you are staying put, are you planning to redecorate? Perhaps a new baby will be joining the family and you will need to create a welcoming nursery. What other special events are taking place in 2014 - a graduation, a wedding and even a long overdue vacation? 

At Babyville, we are starting the New Year with a wonderful new look for our website. We have worked hard to make it more “user friendly” in its appearance and in its content. You will find great information about our products, including all about the latest additions to the Babyville brand.

As we look forward to the year ahead, we’re excited about our commitment to educating and inspiring our new friends and as well as our “old” friends with projects, tutorials and videos that expand your creative experiences with Babyville products. Be sure to check out our “Create” page on a regular basis as we plan to update it frequently with “Featured” projects. 

Here’s a project that is perfect if you’re looking forward to a new baby in the family. Jean used our new monthly “Iron-Ons” and other baby necessities to make this adorable “diaper cake.” It’s perfect for a baby shower gift and also makes a great centerpiece. Once baby is born, mom will enjoy taking it apart to use the diapers, onesies and the changing pad rolled up inside.

If you are new to sewing and perhaps received a sewing machine or serger for Christmas, this is also a good beginner’s project. Click here for instructions.

Happy New Year and as always, Happy Sewing!

Meet the author

Ellie has been sewing cloth diapers for several years now. It all began with a call from her friend Jean who shared an idea she had for a cloth diaper sewing program and...Read more

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