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Onesie Pattern

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Author Mamma Can Do It
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Sew your own onesies now!
This perfectly fitting onesie pattern give you multiple options for a perfect fit each time. Two sizing options are available for a lovely fitting onesie, regardless if your baby wears a cloth diaper or disposables. You can also choose to make these onesies with long sleeves, short sleeves or into tank tops. You'll love this design and the endless onesies that you'll make from it.

Sewing Level: Beginner!

This Onesie Sewing Pattern Includes:
-Layered, Printable pattern pieces for 8 sizes (NB-36 months)
---"Layered" simply means that you can choose to only print one size if you wish.
-Choose to print on size 8.5x11, A4, or send to a copyshop with A0
-Printable pattern pieces for 8 sizes (NB-36 months) for Regular size onesies
-Printable pattern pieces for 8 sizes (NB-36 months) for Cloth Diaper fitting onesies
-Tutorial to make onesies with sleeves (long or short sleeves)
-Tutorial to make onesies without sleeves (tank top)
-Serger or regular sewing machine directions
-Fabric suggestions & supply list
-Very detailed binding instructions
-Snaps or velcro instructions
-Budget friendly ideas to help you save $$ on supplies
-Helpful sewing hints & tips throughout the tutorial
-Step by step directions with clear images for each step
-Thoroughly tested pattern and tutorial by our fantastic MCDI tester team
-100% Support from a professional seamstress
-This is a sewing pattern and tutorial to make your own long sleeve, short sleeve or sleeveles (tank top) baby onesies.

This onesie sewing pattern has printable pattern pieces for 8 sizes. The onesie sewing pattern is designed to fit babies from Tiny Newborn through 36 months. It is accurate sizing with real babies. Our testers love this pattern!

The pattern has multiple printing options: 8x5x11, A4, and A0 (copyshop) files are all included with this design.

Each size has 2 patterns: one is for regular sizing for disposable diapers and one is for cloth diaper sizing. The regular size onesies are perfect if you want a nicely fitted onesie on an average size baby. The cloth diaper size onesies are great for babies who are longer in the torso, use cloth diapers, or if you want the fit to last a little longer than the regular style.

Make these baby onesies with a regular sewing machine. Optional serger directions included.

by Hardcastle, R
on January 29th, 2017

Awesome pattern! I love the variety of sizes and the options available. I have not made it up yet but will be doing so very soon for my soon to be born grandchild.

by L. Hollems
on October 6th, 2016

I am a new sewer and just bought this pattern. I can't wait to make this pattern! I have started and so far so good! It's very easy to follow so far and have have lots of babies to see for!

by Smith, Linda
on July 20th, 2016

Such a great pattern - perfect for personalized baby gifts!~

by J. McDonald
on March 5th, 2016

Awesome pattern! Easy to follow instructions. I would recommend this pattern to others.

by McDuffie, Pat
on February 21st, 2015

Can't wait to try this pattern

by J. Hoyt
on January 31st, 2015

Love this pattern! Easy to follow, turned out great! I am expecting a new granddaughter AND a new great-granddaughter this spring, & will be making lots more of these soon! :)

by L. Pietrzak
on January 30th, 2015

Great pattern. Easy directions and it looks great. It is going to be great to able to embroider on the onesie then construct love it. I have my eye on a couple more patterns.

by clanderson1026
on January 26th, 2015

Onesies turned out unique and beautiful. Thanks for easy to follow instructions.

by PurpleEars
on January 15th, 2015

Instructions were easy to follow. The onesies looked like they were store bought, but with custom embroidery (that were added before stitching the pieces together).

by M. Boyd
on September 4th, 2014

Very easy to follow along. I have made several onesies using this pattern. I made one adjustment - curved the edges of the front and back flaps, doubled the leg binding and added 4" to that amount to get the total length. I prefer the more finished look that gives. Thanks for the great pattern!

by m. schumann
on May 30th, 2014

This is an excellent pattern. I've made a bunch, all three styles of the fitted onesie, and they turned out great! I tried a few other patterns and they turned out big and baggy, but these look like what you would buy in the store. I'm a beginner and thought the directions were easy to follow and loved the pictures. Thanks!

by Crumpton, Rosa
on February 10th, 2014

Great pattern

by Lee, Carrie
on December 26th, 2013

Made sewing with interlock seem not as scary! LOL. Came out great, love the pattern, will be my go to baby gift from now on!

by P. Lachney
on October 30th, 2013

Very easy. I've made several. I used Velcro instead of snaps.

by Nelson, Kim
on September 8th, 2013

It was easy to make. I like all the different sizes. I did a newborn and the biggest size and they seem pretty true to size.

by CustomCreations
on August 21st, 2013

LOVE It, use it to up-cycle old shirts!

by j. badger
on June 11th, 2013

Easy to do, fun, outcome is great! SO much better than store bought! lol You have to try it!

by S. Hoffman
on June 9th, 2013

Great

by Cohen, Lachen
on May 5th, 2013

This Pattern is such a necessity. Can't wait to make ton's of these.

by Bogdajewicz, Anita
on May 3rd, 2013

I'm very happy with this and can't wait to make tons of them! thank you! Anita

by Kristy'sCraftyCloset
on April 22nd, 2013

Another baby gift, so I cannot comment on fit. But it is well written, goes together quickly and I LOVE having the different options.

by nursecari
on April 8th, 2013

First off, I had problems getting this to print and this designer was so awesome!! Quick communication and was extremely patient along with the websites person. After all of this was figured out, I was able to make this with no problem and it turned out great! Highly recommend this pattern. Thanks so much!

 

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Knit fabric (think stretchy - jersey, fleece, etc)
OR use an old t-shirt!
Snaps or Velcro

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