Painted: More Onesies


These are for my friend Elizabeth’s baby who is due in just a few weeks. I didn’t know if it was a boy or a girl so I went with gender-neutral colors. I find I usually like gender-neutral baby clothes better than the traditional blue or pink baby stuff anyway. These two designs are a couple of my favorites so there are alot of other babies out there wearing others just like these already. You’ll be in good company, Baby F.


Updates:
– Have finished striped baby pants. Stay tuned for pictures soon!
– I am working on putting a couple of my patterns in pdf format. It’s not that hard, just time-consuming. My goal is to have at least one up by the end of the week, so check back!

9 thoughts on “Painted: More Onesies

  1. i love the octo…i remember when e used to fit in his…sniffle sniffle, they grow so fast.

  2. These are beautiful! I just started reading your blog – I was captivated by how expertly finished all your sewing is – especially since I don’t know the first thing about sewing! How did you create the little pictures on the onesies?
    – Helen

  3. Thanks!!! The basic idea is that you draw your design on freezer paper, cut it out, iron it onto a onesie, and then fabric paint the design. Hrmm…I’m sensing that I should probably put up a tutorial for this!

  4. Yes, I know I’m commenting on a three month old post, but I had to tell you i tried to do one of these last night. It worked like a charm! I can’t wait to crank these out!

    Thanks for the inspiration!

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