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What’s cuter than a baby wearing handmade leggings? A baby wearing handmade leggings with a coordinating handmade onesie! We’ve grown to love making clothes for the littles ones in our lives because they’re perfect stash busters and most projects can be easily made in under an hour. Using just one yard of your favorite knit fabric and our free pattern, you’ll be able to sew two onesies in no time! Bonus: these make great baby shower gifts!
Searching for something to keep your little one stylish AND comfortable? This DIY Toddler Tee tutorial (free pattern included!) is guaranteed to make everyone happy. These are a cinch to sew up, and you can customize them to your child’s style. Pair with leggings for the ultimate comfy and crafty outfit. Check out the video tutorial below, or jump down to follow along with the step by step guide.
Hello, fabric friends! Looking for an adorable and easy project that’s perfect for a weeknight? We love these DIY baby tees–they’re so quick you can knock out a bunch for gifts or outfit your kids in totally custom me-made wardrobes. And, as an added bonus, you can make one baby tee with just a fat quarter of fabric. Ready to get started? Grab your organic cotton knit fat quarter and some supplies and let’s jump right in!
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Around here, the pants with the drop crotch go by the name of Hammer pants, y'know, after the one and only M.C. If you're looking for comfortable loungewear that also looks good walking down the sidewalk, these are the ticket. This project tutorial is for those with beginner to intermediate sewing skills. If you like to make things, or you're motivated by comfort, you can do this!
I used the Hudson Pant pattern from True Bias because it's comfy and relaxed but has a slight drop crotch style to it. I chose two designs on Spoonflower's Marketplace in organic cotton knit to make these, the loungewear of my dreams: "stacked" by Holli Zollinger and "ditsy mustard" by Patty Sloniger. I'm really into mustard and grey color combinations this spring, and what better to go along with it than a floral ditzy print?