I found a few nice burpcloths left from my former babies (I stitched that sailboat onto a plain diaper while we were in Florida the winter I was pregnant with Ben - looking out over Naples Bay), but I was inordinately pleased to sew up some new ones.
Most of the flannel came from JoAnn Fabrics, collected at various times with a coupon or on sale. I love this British print; I backed it with aquamarine and then happily stitched in pink around the edges.
These sweet violets on lavender came in strips from the creative reuse store. I pieced the strips to make this burpcloth, with the addition of some cotton lace topstitched over each seam. I love the result: sweet and girly, but not pink (I recall that Genevieve was drowning in pink as a baby, and while I do love pink, the eye gets a little tired, yes?).
And I also sewed myself some nursing pads with flannel scraps, bamboo batting, and PUL. I followed this tutorial.
The sweet baby things are starting to mound up on the shelf above the changing table, which is really a desk. One of these days I'll really tidy it up good and show you the pictures.