Oct 24, 2010


A few weeks ago, I completed a custom order for legwarmers. One pair with stripes...

And one with a ruffle...

I love how these turned out! So cute and the perfect accessory for fall!

Sep 13, 2010


Okay. I admit it.

I like to dress my - obviously, not twin - sons alike.

As often as possible.

It's not really a choice, so much as a...compulsion.

(But they love it. Trust me.)

Here are E & W showing off their new winter hats, in today's 90 degree weather.

Notice I restrained myself from matching shirts.

The First

The very first diaper cover I made was for this little man.

He was less than a month old, and unfortunately, putting a C-17 on the bahunkus hadn't yet crossed my mind.

But now at 14 months old, I present C, modeling his very own C-17 cover in bakers chocolate and cadet blue.
(How appropriate is that?!?)

*Thanks for the pictures, K!

Aug 27, 2010


I launched this blog a couple weeks ago, and within 24 hours - no kidding - I found out the yarn that I had been using for over a year to make diaper covers was being discontinued!!! I spent hours and more hours on the computer scouring yarn shops, and I finally found a replacement brand! Whew!


That's not the point of this post. The point is: I had three whole skeins of girly colors in my discontinued yarn, and no "main" color to work with, so I took the lilac and sprout (two of my favorites),

and made a striped diaper cover!

The cover is made from 100% fine merino, and is a size small. It is made to be worn over cloth diapers, but makes a cute cover for disposables as well! Wool is a fantastic fiber that keeps baby warm in the winter and cool in the summer, and this merino is SOFT!

When I finished I thought, Wow! I'm coming up on my one-year anniversary writing Confessions of Super Mommy! I should make this cover a Giveaway!

So I did!

All you have to do to enter is go to my other blog, Confessions of a Super Mommy, and leave a comment on the post Diaper Cover Giveaway!.

For additional entries:

1. Become a follower of Confessions of a Super Mommy.
2. Become a follower of this blog - Wild Mustard Seeds.
3. "Like" Confessions of a Super Mommy on Facebook.

For any of those additional entries, please make sure you leave another comment at Confessions of a Super Mommy letting me know you did 1, 2, or 3!

Even if you're done having babies or aren't ready to start, please enter anyway! You never know when you'll need a baby shower gift for a special little girl!
I will pick a winner at random at 1pm Central Time on Friday, September 3!

Aug 9, 2010


One of my friends, a huge University of SC fan, is expecting her fourth baby. I knitted this hat as a gift for her son. The red looks bright in this photo, but it's actually closer to the USC crimson.

E, I love you, but Carolina will always mean the Tar Heels to me!!

Aug 5, 2010

Girls Love C-17s Too!

I have knitted a lot of blue yarn in the past couple years. It seems like everyone I know has had boys. Me. My friends. My family. But FINALLY I got the chance to make a brown diaper cover with a hot pink C-17!!

I think it turned out pretty cute, if I do say so, myself.

Can't wait to meet you, Baby Girl K!

Jul 31, 2010

A New Website

Or blog, really.

When I received the email notification that my yearly fees were due for the Wild Mustard Seeds website, I decided to scrap it. After all, a free blog can do everything my website was doing, and I can easily update it with current projects.

There are a few changes.

For now, at least, I've stopped selling pants.

Instead, I'm making diaper covers with monograms and C-17s, although I have ideas for more designs.

I hope you enjoy looking!