Friday, February 13, 2015

Onesie Rehab

No visit to Jana's would be complete without some sort of DIY project.  Last night, we tackled a little "onesie rehab".  Baby B had received a couple of graphic print onesies that he most likely was not going to use because they just aren't his mama's style--the shirts are super soft and she hated for them to not be used.  In addition, he had a second-hand one with a really cute design, but broken snap. With a pair of scissors, I cut that cute design right off the front and ironed some stitch witchery on the back.
I learned the hard way that some logos show through light colors after ironing it on.  I pulled it up and ironed another layer (cut from the back of the onesie) before adhering it to the onesie.
A simple line of top-stitching around the design, and the onesie is like brand new!  Cute and ready to be worn!
We converted another with a logo from Rob and Jana's Ga. Tech days.
Last, but certainly not least, Jana sacrificed a plain striped onesie to add Rob's favorite design---the logo from his mom and step-dad's shirt (they work at a correctional facility).  

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