I love these baby onesies in the red knit because they remind me of long-johns. Excuse my lack of modesty for a moment but I think they are too cute in these colours.
They almost make me want to make a red onesie for myself, in a bigger size of course. The only thing stopping me is that there is no more of this knit left. This fabric was left-over from the Euro Cup dress that I found at Northwest Fabrics. And the last time I was there, I didn't see anymore of this cotton knit. I shouldn't be surprised that it is all gone, it is a beautiful weight knit. The white knit is another Northwest Fabric find and left over from this project. I'm quite thrilled that I was able to squeak out two of these onesies out of scraps.
Fabric: 1.8 metres
Ribbon: 1 metre
Pattern: OOP McCall's 7367
Additional Tools and Supplies: Sewing machines (I used both machines to make these), serger, walking foot, thread, scissors, cutting table, thread clippers, tweezers, screw driver, sewing machine needle, hand needle, bandage, and coffee.