Babies go through several onesies a day, so these make great baby gifts!
Trace a shape on the SMOOTH side of Heat'N'Bond light.
I used a cookie cutter to get this heart shape:) Ha! Told you it was simple.
Iron the BUMPY side of the Heat'N'Bond to the WRONG side of the fabric.
Cut out shape and peel off the paper backing.
Place it wherever you want it.
Press with an iron to adhere it to the onesie.
Before sewing, unsnap the bottom of the onesie.
Slip the onesie around the machine so that you are not sewing the front to the back.
Stitch around the fabric.
I like to use a tight zigzag stitch to add definition.
Oh how fun it is to sew for a girl!
As you can see, I also made her a tiny Tutu!
I vow to include a handmade tutu in every baby girl gift from now on.
Simple and inexpensive and oh so cute!
I will do a tutorial on that with the next one I make.
I am linking up to some of these blogs:
Fingerprints on the Fridge, Making The World Cuter, Dittle Dattle, Mad Skills Monday, Skip to my Lou, Craft O Maniac, Delicate Construction, Ask Anna, New Nostalgia, House of Grace, Sassy Sites, Not Just a Housewife, Today's Creative Blog, My Craftie Life, Sew Much Ado, Seven Thirty-Three, Someday Crafts, A Diamond in the Stuff, My Girlish Whims, Somewhat Simple, Momnivores Dilemma, Paisley Passions, Fun to Craft, Make it, Wear it, Gluesticks, House of Hepworths, What Allie's Making Now, Finding Fabulous, A Little Knick Knack, Mommas Kinda Crafty, Its a Hodgepodge Life, Inspiring Creations, Be Different Act Normal, Wildflowers and Whimsy, Tatertots and Jello, The Idea Room, My Repurposed Life, Sew Many Ways, I Heart Naptime, Thirty Handmade Days, Under the Table and Dreaming, Creative Itch, Oops I Craft My Pants, Addicted 2 Decorating