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Tuesday, May 19, 2009


Chris O'Dorisio

You are one INDUSTRIOUS GAL!!! Not tired of reading about your project either! :) Can't wait to see them all completed...and on a baby! :) If we still had one in diapers I think I would commission you. :) I bet my daughter-in-love would like these...she is due in Dec. Keep up the good work Sarah. Mrs. "O"


They look great! I use wheat buckets, and they are a great size and very sturdy, of course. That's a lot of snaps!

amanda wu

Very cool!!

Leslie From VA

Super duper job Sarah! Your future husband will be a blessed man to have such an industrious wife! Those future little ones will be comfy and dry! I am proud of you, dear one!


I'm amazed at how you can do this. It looks complicated but what a wonderful and extremely useful project.



I am so impressed with your project Sarah. At 53 I am a beginning sewer - examples such as yours are inspiring. Rose from Australia

Mommy of two little blessings.

Keep up the great work. It will save you a lot of money later on. I wish I had been so prepared when our little ones came along. The idea of a home chest or a merriage trunk just isn't done these days. I hope to get our daughter better prepared for such events as she grows. I hope to also get our son set up with something of the same nature. Just to know that they are prepared to start a home and such when the time comes may make my heart more prepared in the transition. *smile* One can only hope. *smile* Have a great time getting your stuff ready for your future nest. *smile* Blessings.-me-(Mommy of two little blessings)

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