I borrowed a serger from a friend and have been working on baby projects!
The first project I wanted to get done was finish the flannel wipes I cut out months ago. (We're cloth diapering, so we are using cloth wipes too.) I thought that cutting the edges with pinking shears would keep the edges from fraying, but after washing, I could tell that they needed to be hemmed or serged. I wasn't about to take the time to hem them all and I was lucky enough to find a serger to borrow. Yay! (I have been inspired to use cloth instead of disposable things for a while. We hardly use any paper towels at our place. Here's another post I read recently about the topic.)
I also bought about 6 yards of knit fabric from the discount aisle of a local fabric store to make two moby style wraps. I just cut the fabric down the length and serged the edges all the way around. No pics of that 'cause it's just a long piece of fabric - once baby comes, I'll post one!