I’ve seen the cutest onesies on Pinterest with fabric stitched to the front in the shape of a little necktie a-la-mode for baby boys. Since I now have a bunch of ties from Dave’s closet cleaning project, I thought it would be fun to use those instead. It’s super easy! After you buy a package of onesies and run the neckties through the washer and dryer . . .
(1) Cut six inches from the skinny end of the tie.
(2) Pin the tie just under the neck binding of the onesie, upside down and right sides together, and stitch.
(3) Pin the tie down in place and handstitch to the onesie. (Click on gallery for larger photos.)
I have fun plans for the other parts of these ties, too! ♥
Oh my gosh these are so cute! Maybe a pastel one for Baby Girl Fisher? 😉
I love that idea, Melissa! And watch for the next post to see my current girly onesies! 🙂
Oh, how cute! Where were those when my Boys were babies? 🙂
Thank you! I do have a few cute little things that I sewed for my sons when they were little . . . you probably do, too. I wonder how we found the time??? 🙂
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these are so cute! might have to make some for my son!
They’re really fun and easy to make, and I’m sure he’ll get many compliments on his attire! 🙂
Oh these are just toooo cute!!!
Thank you! And so fun and easy to make! 🙂
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