These onesies are so fun to make! Old Navy makes a good quality onesie. Gerber comes in second. Carter's are a bit thinner, which works to your advantage in the hot summer, but the snaps may not last as long.
Cut a piece of webbing slightly larger than the fabric you will cut out. Place the webbing on the back of your fabric and pass the iron over it twice. LET IT COOL. (If your iron spends too long on the back of that webbing, it will permanently adhere the paper to your fabric, and you'll have to start over)
Cut to desired shape. Peel the paper off the back and place webbing side on to your next layer, whether it be a bordering fabric or the onesie. Below it is a pink border.
It was hard to stitch perfectly around those pelts but with a good washing it will fray up.
"raggy squares quilt" (tutorial to follow next week)
Finish it Friday? You ask what am I finishing today? Try putting my house back together from a 30 person party last night . . . my house isn't that big!
finish it friday . . . Thank you Amanda Jean!!