Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Onesie Skirt update and charity Bibs

Last week I made this onesie skirt and was so excited and impatient to try it on my baby, I didn't even write a thing to the post just published the pictures. When I tried it on my baby it would only go through her head and one arm oops!

 I've fixed it by adding a coordinating fabric (didn't have enough of the main fabric) satin stitched a few flowers and most importantly added elastic (doh) to stretch the skirt. Now it fits over her head and arms, yaay. So here is the Re-refashioned onesie.

At Creative Saturday a bunch of us made a total of 18 cute bibs for charity. These bibs are for an orphanage in China for the babies who were rejected because of deformity.

These four were my contributions.

After coming home I couldn't help but make one for my baby and she approved its cuteness by chewing it right away.


Anonymous said...

What a fun time and beautiful bibs were made!

Lorna McMahon said...

Awww! Those bibs are so cute! Love the refashioned onesie skirt. Those appliqued flowers are a nice touch! Quilting and sewing for charity causes are such a blessing. Thank you for sharing your talents, Jereena!

Carole Staples said...

Thanks for sharing. The onesie is too cute! You all did a wonderful job with the bibs!

Rose Green said...

These are so so awesome. Now where did you guys buys these? Just kidding. I love them so much. Some please share the pattern and I will donate some locally to babies born with some physical handicap.

Jereena said...

Thank you! yes, it was a lot of fun.

Jereena said...

Thank you Lorna for your lovely comment. I do need to improve my applique skills. Its not as easy as everyone makes it to be, at least not for me. I enjoy reading your comments, it keeps me charged.

Jereena said...

Thank you Carole and Rose for taking your time to stop by and comment.
I kind of copied my baby's bib and made a pattern. You can google bibs tutorial and plenty shows up. We missed you at the meeting though.