Some of these were orders, some were my own gifts. My favorite fabric to work with was the top middle pink paisley corduroy mei tai (by Michael Miller?). It was so soft, but sturdy, and I found it for like $3 a yard in an American Fork fabric store.
The top right was an order and I dared to do my first interchangeable panel mei tai. I followed this tutorial from makebabystuff.com, which was easy. You can make as many panels as you like, just adding velcro to each panel, and change 'em depending on the baby, or your outfit...great idea. Only thing I would change next time is make mitred corners (sew 4 strips together to make the front frame). With this tutorial, you cut the middle out to each corner, leaving the corners vulnerable to unraveling, so I had to reinforce them. I also added batting for padded shoulder straps. Here are some more shots:
Last but not least, I made my sister-in-law, Lyn, a pair of wide-leg lounge pants from Amy Butler's In Stitches book. I used a $4 twin sized sateen black sheet (brand new, BTW), and still have enough to make Ryan a pair. I don't have a photo of them, but here is what the shape is. I made a pair for myself some time back and love 'em. Here are others' creations: