I started my TTT on a Monday. I watched Gail’s Youtube Sew Along day by day. The Sew Along videos made the process of sewing super enjoyable and not overwhelming.
I used what fabric and supplies I had on hand. If you sew non-clothing items regularly, then chances are you have all the supplies needed. The only part I was missing was enough fabric. As it was a gift from a friend I couldn’t get more, sigh! So, no matching changing mat yet! I’m sure plan blue or pink would work just fine.
I really enjoyed Day 2 – Gail’s method of sewing the curved flap and wipes pouch curve, in one step is way better than pinning and cutting, pinning and sewing fiddly pieces together (Timestamp 9.25 )
I made a fabric option adjustment using PUL for the lining of my optional inside pocket pouch. Like a mini wet bag for soiled clothes or a cloth nappy. It wasn’t the easiest fabric to sew seeing it has a waterproof backing. My one sewing friend recommended tissue paper and that solved the stitch skipping issue.
I really loved making my TTT for my daughter on the way. My next sew in the “Newborn series” is the Itty Bitty! Stay tuned.