So I’ve been seeing these adorable onesies all over pinterest and etsy and the DIY-er in me couldn’t help but attempt to make one, you know, instead of paying $18 for one 🙂
So here it is:
What you will need:
3.) Cardstock letter cutout(this lovely lady has free printables for the letters!!)
5.) Heat n Bond
6.) Beautiful fabric of your choice
7.) Sewing machine(optional)
|Don’t you love that fabric? I grabbed it for $1.50 at Han.cock fabrics!
Cut out the cardstock letter and trace it on the back of your fabric. Carefully cut the fabric with scissors or an x-acto knife.
Follow the instructions on the heat n bond and bond the paper to the letter and cut it out.
Heat n bond applied, ready for application
Peel off the heat n bond on the back of the onesie and align where you want it to be permanent on the onesie.
Iron for a few seconds
There it is…
I wanted a more finished look so I used the zig-zag stitch on my machine to finish it off. It’s not perfect, my sewing skills aren’t quite what they could be, but I think it’s cute. I will probably add a little bow or something to the top left of the “A” to add some texture.
Our little girl’s first mama-made onesie–What do you think?