Making Appliqued Onesies

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A couple weeks ago my neighbor had a yard sale where we bought four used onesies for 25¢ each. She has two boys, so most of the colors were blues or boy-style prints. I picked out a few plainer ones, just right for adding a little something “girly.”

Inspired by the many fun appliqued designs I’ve been seeing at specialty shops, on Etsy, and on Martha Stewart, I decided to try it myself. I was considering the many packages of fancy fusibles at the fabric store when a nice sales lady introduced me to Pellon’s WonderUnder, which came paper-backed on bolts at half the price. She assured me they would work just the same


Made from leftovers of this project

Made from leftovers of this fabric

Today I looked through my scrap fabric and found two prints that I thought might work. These are the result – a single pink flower (left over from this Tokyo tie bag project) and a selection of smaller flowers (from this fabric). According to the Pellon instruction sheet, the items can be washed and tumble dried on low, but I eventually decided to hand-sew the edge around the pink one, knowing just how often that might occur. An easy and almost instant face-lift.

Get directions for Martha’s Dog Appliqued Onesie here.

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5 thoughts on “Making Appliqued Onesies

  1. I love the one with the green flowers, I wouldn’t mind having those on my own t-shirt. A great idea!

  2. So when will you start selling these wonderful creations on your store? I will be your first customer!! Aren’t you getting so excited!!!

  3. These turned out wonderful and even better is the price:)

  4. oh they are so cute! i don’t know what i’m having, so i’m fairly limited in what i could make… i made some similar onesies for friends though

  5. Sooo cute. If only the link was still available. Thanks though.

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