I was exactly 36 weeks pregnant yesterday and I must admit I am getting to be VERY miserable. The pressure of the baby is so excruciating I admit I have cried several times the past few days. At my appointment last week the doctor said the baby was super low but no dilation yet. Despite the pain - the fact that she said the baby was really low put me into full-on nursery mode this past weekend. Up until this weekend I hadn’t done anything to this corner besides for take Delilah’s girly stuff down. I still want to pick up a few things and get a couple plush woodland animals or pillows but for now I am satisfied. If I went into labor tonight I would be satisfied bringing our new little guy home to his own little rustic woodland corner of the world.
If you want to know where I picked everything up at here is the rundown-
- Rag Quilt – I sewed the quilt using fabrics from Bobbie Lou Fabrics and Joann Fabrics
- Antlers and Vintage Window – already had around the house.
- Target Banner – I put the banner together using vintage targets from Kelley Street Vintage, chipboard, clothespins and twine.
- Leaf Mobile – I made it from leftover fabric, twine and an embroidery hoop.
- Chevron ‘E’ – Hobby Lobby
- Personalized Arrow Print – I used an arrow graphic from Kelly Jane Creative
I am in love with how the rag quilt turned out. I used a bit of a different method than the strip rag quilt I made for my daughter which significantly cut down on the time it took to make. I will be sharing the easier tutorial and more details on the quilt soon!
I used my leftover fabric scraps from the quilt to make a few burp clothes (burp cloth tutorial here) and the leaf mobile. I stopped into Target and picked up a new boppy cover since my old one was purple floral and a gray and white chevron crib sheet to match the quilt and décor. The pictures don’t quite do it justice but my favorite part of Emmett’s little corner is the mobile. I hope to get some better pictures, have my husband make sure it is super secure into the ceiling and share a tutorial for it soon too!
Here is to hoping some of this pain subsides (which I doubt unless he decides to crawl back up into my belly a bit) or that time flies until delivery! If you aren’t already following me on Instagram that will be the place to watch for the first pictures of our new guy.
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