I am really excited for this guest post. I adore Meagan from Life Simplified. We became good friends when we worked together and I've missed her since she moved away. Boo! But now that she's a stay-at-home mom, she does the coolest crafts and projects. And all the stuff she does is way cute and pretty simple. She has graciously shared this tutorial with us. And in the future, I may even have a give away from her darling etsy line MeaganMakes.
- straight pins
When working with small things it is easiest to iron the seam down so you don't have to worry about it unfolding and having to rip and restitch.
3. Pin tie to onesie
It is a really good idea to pin the tie so you don't end up with a cute but crooked tie.
This can be really tricky, especially if you are doing a small onesie. You will probably need to take the storage compartment off your sewing machine so you can move the onesie around in a smaller space (like you would hemming pants). It is easy to accidentally sew the front of the onesie to the back, so take your time, it's worth it.
5. Try it on!
It's finished! I hope that you had a great time making a cute onesie AND that you brag to all your friends that you made this adorable outfit!
Thanks for sharing, Meagan. Oooh, I wish I had a little boy to make this for. :)