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|Author||Mamma Can Do It|
“Very easy to follow pattern”
Sew A Whole Stash Of Onesies With This Baby Onesie Pattern
Sewing a whole stash of baby onesies couldn't be easier with this onesie pattern. With no sleeves to cut or sew into place, no lapped shoulders to measure and only two pieces of binding to manuever, this is the fastest and easiest onesie pattern available. The onesie fits great over disposable and cloth diapers (all of the pictures shown are with a cloth diaper).
This onesie pattern is sewn easily with a serger or sewing machine. Both instructions for a sewing machine and serger are included.
This is a sewing pattern to make your own baby onesies.
The onesie pattern includes sizes:
The onesie pattern is designed to fit babies from 0-36 months. It is accurate sizing with real babies.
This onsie pattern is the easiest available ANYWHERE (including the previous onesie pattern with lapped shoulders). There aren't any unexpected or unexplained steps. Every step is very clearly detailed with a crisp image to help explain the step. You will definitely get it right the first time!
The onesie pattern includes helpful hints as well as great ideas on how to recycle clothing for a thrifty project!
Sewing Level: Beginner!
This Onesie Pattern Includes:
-Printable pattern pieces for 9 sizes (NB-36 months)
-Serger or regular sewing machine directions
-Fabric suggestions & supply list
-Very detailed binding instructions
-Simple snap instructions
-Budget friendly ideas to help you save $$ on supplies
-Helpful sewing hints & tips throughout the tutorial
-Step by step directions with real life images for each step
-100% Support from a professional seamstress
Please contact me for details about making this item to sell!
Knit fabric or large t-shirt/skirt/dress to recycle
Very easy to follow pattern
Very pleased with this pattern. Very easy to sew and the instructions are great and a beginner would have no problems with this pattern. I am an experienced seamstress, but I always like easy quick things to make. I like onesies for babies, but the store bought ones use such cheap fabric. I cut this pattern out and embroidered the front, then put it together. This pattern was great.