4.18.2010

More onesies!

A girlfriend of mine asked me to make some onesies for her to give as a gift -- I think they are some of my favorite ones! Here are pictures:
For this one, I just sewed a quick tube, ruffled it slightly then sewed it on in the cascading pattern. For the flower, just cut out various sizes of circles, put a couple of stitches in the back to make the petals curve a bit, then sew on the button.

I've tried a couple of different ways to make ruffle bum onesies -- remember these? However, I think this way is the cutest {the ruffles are bigger and, thus, cuter.} I the tutorial found here, option 2.

For this, just cut a thin strip of fabric with pinking shears, ruffle it, pin it in a heart shape then sew in place.

Hopefully whoever uses this burp cloth feels a little more glamorous when dealing with spit up. :) I just cut out a damask print fabric and used double-sided fusible interfacing to attach it.
We don't have kids yet, but I hope when we do my kiddos get to wear cute things like these!

9 comments:

  1. Thats just to adorable! You do such cute work..

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  2. Those are super cute! I especially love the one with the little skirt, so cute!

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  3. Adorable things for a little one! thanks for sharing with us.

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  4. Those are so cute. I love the fabric you choose. Sad my 18 mo old is out of onesies and this little one coming is a boy...no more ruffles on bums :( Thanks for sharing with Made it Monday! Jules

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  5. Really adorable ideas, thanks for sharing! I love making those ruffle butt onesies.

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  6. That is a great idea! I have a link party today at www.iamonly1woman.blogspot.com and would love it if you could stop by

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  7. The ruffles on the onesies are simply adorable! {especially the ones on the bottom!} Would love to have you stop by the Sunday Showcase Party if you get a chance ~ Hope you are enjoying your weekend! These are super cute!

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