Thursday, September 6, 2007

Oh Baby!

Chances are if you're reading this, you found your way here because you either clicked on the cute baby face on Michael Miller Fabrics' website or you spotted our ad in Mary Englebreit's Home Companion (Oct/Nov) magazine. Either way, we're glad you came!

We're still in the setting-up phase. Just like moving into a new home that's not quite ready for company. So, please bear with us while we find our way around the neighborhood.

Now, back to that cute baby. He's wearing the latest trend in hip baby couture! Appliqued Onesies! Here's another great tutorial from Stardust Shoes.

These are so cute! They transform plain onesies into designer duds on a dime!

7 comments:

Annmarie said...

this is so great and funny! I seriously have a onesie and some mm (guitars) fabric already to be made into a cute appliqued shirt!!

ellensbags said...

First class idea! and first class site! Congrats, y'all!

Sandi Henderson said...

Those are just too cute! Great tutorial.

Sandi

Anonymous said...

I can't wait to get started. I get so tired of the selection in stores.

Tonya said...

mosied on over from sandi henderson's blog...I will be sure to bookmark this blog. I swear, blogs are better than magazines or anything else! I like what you have started!

Tonya

bamagirlquilter said...

This is so great! GOTTA make one for my niece with the Dick and Jane fabrics!! Can't wait to get started!

Jen said...

I applique onesies all the time...LOVE them. One helpful hint is to turn the onesie inside out before you start. It goes alot smoother with less tugging. htpp://www.itsallretrobaby.com