Thursday, January 16, 2014

Snowflake Onesie (Craft and Sewing Tutorial)

Sara from Craft Snob has a fantastic simple sewing tutorial for us. Keep reading to see how she made this adorable Snowflake Onesie! You won't believe how inexpensive this cute idea is!


It’s getting cold here again. I love it! Since we don’t get snow, I am in the spirit of creating my own snow. My snow is cozy and warm though. See for yourself:


Make a snowflake out of paper to use as a pattern. Start with a square cut out 3 inches by 3 inches. Fold the paper in half two times. Cut it like you see in the picture (unless you want it to look different of course). Open the paper back up. Trace the snowflake pattern on the fleece and cut it out. Make (2) 3 inch flakes and (3) 2 inch flakes.

Arrange the snowflakes on the onesie the way you want. Pin them into place and then sew each one. That’s it!

The real deal: It only costs about $0.30 in materials to add these cute little embellishments.

Tutorial by Sara Lanan. Add her to your g+ circle.


Thanks, Sara! Love the onesie and the fact that it could easily be adapted for an older child. Great project idea for this winter. Be sure to visit Sara at Craft Snob!

If you enjoyed this post or found it helpful, I hope you'll click your "Pin It" button to add this post to Pinterest, or a +1 for Google+. And I always appreciate kind comments.

Follow on Bloglovin

No comments:

Post a Comment

I love to hear your feedback! Please feel free to leave comments...just don't send me spam asking me to buy stuff off your website! I've got three kids and no money to purchase your magic weight-loss pill or bust enhancement, or whatever else you might be selling. Thanks, and I look forward to hearing from you! :)

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...