In the left column, there are four onesies going to the new baby of the child of a family we used to attend Bible study with. (I still can't believe she's old enough to be married with a baby! I must be aging...) The baby's late uncle was apparently very interested in getting a motorcycle, so I made sure to have two motorcycle appliques in the lot.
The column second from left is for a classmate's new baby girl. Her daddy is a pig farmer, which inspired the pig applique. I think it's super cute! I also really like the black dino - it has multi-colored hearts all over. :)
Then the other 3 columns were not specifically intended for anyone - though I did scoop three boyish ones out of the mix to send as a gift to someone for whom I used to babysit. This is his second baby - again, I feel as though I'm aging! (But I was only a teenager then, and I figure I'm probably less than ten years his senior, so it's not so bad.) I'll be keeping the motorcycles, foxes, and pigs in the mixture in the future!
The onesies on the left are for my coworker's baby. His intended name begins with a "B," and his room is decorated in a fox theme. And then I just had to throw in a dinosaur. I mean, come on! Every little boy needs a dinosaur!
And after all the recent Star Wars love for my niece, I realized that she has surely grown out of the original dinosaur onesies I sent her. So she needed a new "grown up" dinosaur shirt. :) I thought that the tonal purple dinosaur would go well with a lime green shirt - the combo seemed very summery to me.
So the red dinosaur applique has been kicking around for about a year now - basically ever since I made Thing 2 his dinosaur shirt. I had cut this applique out at the same time as the orange one, then decided to go with the orange. So I finally decided that this red one needed a shirt. The little girl who inspired the whole dino appliques in the first place is now a year-ish, so I figured that she could use a new dino shirt. Since the applique was so big, I went with an 18 month size - she can always grow into it!
And then I just loved the pig applique so much that I wanted to make a bigger version. A friend from my grad school days still does research with pigs, and her little girl is turning two later this summer. So I thought this would be perfect for her. It turned out really cute, and I'm already trying to come up with other things to use it on!