Friday, 26 August 2016

Baby Long-Johns

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.


The Stats:

Fabric:    1.8 metres 

Buttons:  2

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.  

Happy Sewing!



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