Anyway....here is the outcome of my 1 hour onesie gown. There is no true tutorial. Others are much better at that than me. It's very easy to find a great one on pinterest etc. I'd advise always looking at more than one tutorial when you are needing instructions. There are some great ideas out there and always a better way!
This is cute, but not sure I will make another one. It's not stretchy enough and to be honest just doesn't look comfortable for a baby. I go for comfort over fashion any day! Let me know what you think!
Hope you have a good night!
|I knew Jes would like this fabric for Mallie|
|Using a long stitch to make gathers, always use more than one row, 3 is best|
|Yes, I measured, but I should have made the skirt wider|
|Pull your gathering threads and use a straight pin to spread them out evenly|
Just run the pin back and forth, works great
|This is one of Jack's onesies, I didn't measure, used my eye to cut|
|Pin the skirt to the top of the onesie|
|After I was finished sewing the skirt on, I just added trim to hide the seam|
|The little rosette I made from bias tape. I do like this little flower :)|
|Jack getting impatient with my sewing|
|Jack checking out my sewing skills|
|The Mallie gown.|
This photo doesn't show the drawstring in the hem. But I ended up putting it in.
|I used this bias tape for the rosette and the liquid stitch worked pretty good.|
At least it saved my fingers from the glue gun!