Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Happy Ring Stacker Toy

I finally whipped together a little something for our coming bundle of joy! I saw this ring stacker a few months ago and thought it would be a perfect addition to any nursery.

When it comes to following patterns, I've got no expertise. I'll be honest, this one was not for the faint of heart. Once I "got it," the sewing went smoothly, but it took some trial and error on my part. At any rate, it's finished... ready to be thrown around and drooled on!

17 comments:

Linnea said...

It looks so great! I had this pattern (along with a few others) and it got swiped out of my bag when we were flying. Darn baggage handlers! So, I never got the chance to make it.

Team NE said...

Oh it turned out wonderful! I started making this pattern and quit all the hand sewing got me going bonkers...maybe I need to have another try at it...looking at how wonderful yours turned out makes me want to try again.

Amy and Andrew said...

I'm sure Baby will love it! Great fabrics, as always.

Alaina Beth said...

I saw this same pattern at Heather Bailey awhile ago and it made me wish I was having children! So cute! Great job!

amylouwho said...

I have this pattern but am a little scared to try it - was it really awful?

N.S.&K. said...

Sarah it's lovely! You've made me want to give it a shot. I'm sure little one will LOVE it.

VeggieAmanda said...

It is beautiful! Great job!

iknitipurl said...

Very cute. Any baby would love to throw these around.

Julie said...

Oh I absolutely love it!

Catherine said...

If I was having a baby I would definitely make that ring stacker. You've done a great job and I love your fabric selections.

Jessica said...

I've seen that pattern at my local quilt shop--I wish there was a babe on the way so I could make it!

Aunt Spicy said...

What great fabric choices! It looks fabulous!

sewkatiedid said...

I love the fabrics. I've been eyeing this too at the shop.

I am the worst at patterns. I recently did a bag and couldn't figure out WHEN the interfacing was going to go in...I missed step four.

sewkatiedid said...

I love the fabrics. I've been eyeing this too at the shop.

I am the worst at patterns. I recently did a bag and couldn't figure out WHEN the interfacing was going to go in...I missed step four.

Ann-Marie and David said...

This is absolutely wonderful! When you start selling them, let me know. :) (I'm not kidding.)

The Johnsons said...

So cute! You are so talented. That little one sure is lucky to have a mom like you.

Dave B. said...

wonder how long before this will turn into a contest between TK and _______ (insert child's name here) to see how many they can throw on there.