I'm really enjoying making these little onesies. Here's a few more I made over the weekend using my Spoonflower fabrics.
(FYI- when making these I'm adding applique on the back. That way I can sew them first with a machine to get the detail I want- then iron on the onesie.) It's a labor of love...
i love the fox!!!
Posted by: katie | 03/12/2013 at 01:42 PM
a tutorial would be AWESOME ;) these are too cute!
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OMG! These are adorable!!!!
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Now, that's a work of art. Can see the difference between manufactured and created.
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Posted by: Roboradia | 03/29/2013 at 03:29 AM
Lookin good! Onesies are the most convenient for babies and toddlers. I like the selection. We could never have enough for our four kids
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