September 3, 2009

Baby K



I love the custom onsies I have been seeing on other blogs, so I thought I'd join in the fun and make one for my good friend Stephanie. The butterfly and "k" from the Mary Jane Alphabet were both cut in the Epic Six and I used a fabric glue to hold them in place while I stitched around the edges. I can't wait to see it on baby Kaylee! Congrats Steph!

Amy Walton

12 comments:

aswann said...

Love it! What a great idea. I just wish I had a sewing machine and knew how to sew!

QTKMST said...

Cute! I can make my own T-shirts....Cool

Shar said...

Totally cute!

AnnaMarie Ferrell said...

Oh, that is so adorable. I'm going to make me some of these!

Krissynae said...

That is beautiful. That just opens a world of possiblities. You could make some cute holiday themed shirts

Samantha T. said...

So cute!

marlis said...

if you iron some "wonder under" or some other type of fabric adhesive sheet to the back of the fabric before cutting it, then you could iron on the cut shapes and be done if you didn't want to do any stitching. Although a quick zig zag or blanket stitch around the edge would be darling!

Andrea said...

This is very cute! I've made a few of these for Holidays for gifts from my son's old onsies and scrap fabric. It's a great way to recycle but to still give a very personal gift! And I love that the Epic cutes fabric!

Lisa Mala6 said...

That is adorable. I will have to try this out.
Super...I am so glad I have the Epic.

:)

mamarose5 said...

This is soooo cute. When my children were little we did thingd like this using paint. Fabric is much better. If you don't sew there is a product that you can use to allow the same affect as sewing,I think it's called Wonderunder. You iron to the back of your pattern and then to your shirt. Check with your local fabric store, they can help you get the right stuff! Have fun. Personalized clothing is so much fun.

J.Jones said...

LOVE IT!

Cindy said...

Can you cut fabric on the Revelution Tool? maybe if you have wonder under ironed on the back? I am afraid to try I do not want to ruin my machine. Thanks
Cindy fabricgirls2@aol.com

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