Thursday, May 29, 2008

She's Crafty

Check out my latest crafting rage. I love making these onesies and tees. They are super easy to make and are way more original than the stuff in stores. My only challenge is that they fray a bit after washing. I'm still working on figuring out a solution to that.


Oh, and if anybody wants the flower prototype (6-9 month Target onesie), send me an email or leave a comment. I'll send it to the first person who contacts me because obviously Linus shouldn't be wearing flowers.



5 comments:

loving green said...

I'd LOVE for you to post a "how to" on doing these! I have a huge fabric stash and neglected sewing machine... I would LOVE to attempt making some of these for the boys!
Sam :)

Chelsea + Jonathan said...

You're amazing! Make some for adults! ;) I love the little tie. You could make so many swetet designs - as you already are. Skulls and crossbones, microphones like that cute t-shirt at target, headphones, records... fun!

Chelsea + Jonathan said...

I meant sweet, not swetet - lappy messes up my typing sometimes. And I want to be able to edit comments. The end.

abbyjess said...

I'm pretty sure there isn't an easy way to do that but I found a code hack I'll have Adrian look at. That is one reason many bloggers leave blogspot and move to wordpress.

Anonymous said...

there is a product called fraycheck (in the sewing craft area)I have never used it but I know people who have. Mom