Back in June I made a few of these onesies to give as baby gifts.
I used Heat n Bond or another iron on fusible webbing will work.
I used this tie pattern. Feel free to save the image to your computer and print out in the size you need.
So for the rest I don’t have pictures…though I thought I did but, I guess I forgot to take them. It really is actually really simple.
I printed out the image and then traced it onto the heat n bond. Cut out the heat bond in a square around the tie. If you want the pattern of the knot of the tie to be on a different angle like mine is then carefully cut the top knot part of the tie making 2 separate pieces. Then followed the directions on the package of the heat n bond to adhere it to the 2 pieces to the fabric. Once adhered I cut along the outline of each piece cutting the fabric and heat n bond into the tie pattern. The pulled the backing off I ironed onto the onesie making sure to place it in the center top of the shirt. I took a simple straight stitch with my sewing machine and sewed around each piece just to make sure it was secure on the shirt.
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