Well Im offically the big 3-0! Goodbye the frivalousness of my twenties & hello the thriftiness of my thirties. I cant say there wasnt any tears as I would be lying but that might have been to due to my loving partner’s attempt at making me creamy chicken for my birthday dinner & forgetting a couple of main ingredients:( Bless him for trying thou:)
And now to reward myself with one of my many craft projects & like any crafter I have a hundred things half finished on the go & it’s time to notch another one off. Now where to start…
I delved into my craft box/es & pulled out this cute cowboy & indian fabric that I bought 6 months ago on the pretence I was making a playmat/quilt for K-bear. Recently 2 friends have given birth so I thought why not make one cowboy & one indian inspired playsuit. Who knows they might even find themselves tie-ing one another up playing cowboys & indians in years to come. As a child I cant remember playing this game but remember playing kiss chasy at school (what a worry).
- Onesie outfits
- Cute fabric to cut out patterns, shapes or objects
- Tailors chalk
- Sewing machine
1. Cut out the cowboy/indian & place it centre of the onesie.
2. Pin & sew a straight edge around the cowboy/indian. To prevent fraying in the wash. I zig-zagged around the edges.
Easy peasy project done.