wreath form fabric strips hot glue gun and glue crayons, I used 3 boxes for a 10" ribbon
Monday, August 29, 2011
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His new smile!!
Look what the tooth fairy brought me!!
Sunday, August 21, 2011
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Monday, August 15, 2011
I decided since I had recently mastered the ruffle that this meant I should really try to make ruffle bottom onesies...I've been dying to make these! I started off with the onesies and choosing my fabric/ribbon. I sewed down the middle of the fabric/ribbon with the loosiest stich on my machine. Next I pulled the top thread to make the ruffle. I pulled it pretty tight, and then loosened it to make it fit the length of the onesie. Next pin the ruffle onto the onesie where you would like the ruffle. I hadn't pinned in my previous trys, but with this you really want it to be perfectly straight. Once pinned I I sewed down the middle of the ruffle. Then continue on with the rest of your ruffles, mine are less than an inch apart to create a close ruffle. (As you can see with the fabric ruffles they are slightly wider so I only put 2, 3 just looked too crowded. All done and ready to enjoy!
Sunday, August 14, 2011
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Monday, August 8, 2011
3. I then ironed them onto each other and then the shirts.
4. Next, I went ahead and stitched around the outside of both shapes. I started with the big one and then just had to quickly stitch down the sides of the smaller one.
5. For a little extra detail I added some fun buttons I had on hand. I love the extra character it gives the shirt!