Another extremely overdue post. This is a DIY project I was working on my last week of pregnancy with Reagan. That was well over a year ago.
Em had a lot of cute onsies with some faded stains on them. I didnt want to throw them away so I figured out a way to cover up the stains.
I created little embellishments using felt and hand sewed them together and then sewed them to the onsies using a sewing machine.
Wallah! The finished product in use:
I took a lot of pics of the whole creative process. I had pictures of the felt pieces not assembled yet and the onsies (including a third) altogether. Then this summer my computer crashed and I lost everything that wasn’t backed up. Basically anything in process and blog to-do related and anything creative. It was a sad time. But I am over it now…almost.
The process was really simple.
For the overlap embellishment, I basically cut the same piece out over and over several times. Then I used fabric glue onto some batting to keep it in place. Then I sewed it together using a sewing machine. Then I sewed it onto the Onsie. Please don’t look too closely because my lines aren’t very straight.
The process was the same for the felt flowers. I used felt and old T-Shirt scraps. I hand sewed them to themselves with a little cross in the middle. Then I fabric glued them to batting and then sewed them to the onsie using a machine.
Here are some close ups.
It was fun and easy and if I can do it, you can do it better 😉
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