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Topic: Onesie dresses lots of pics *with tutorial*  (Read 43078 times)
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« Reply #40 on: May 07, 2010 02:02:57 AM »

« Reply #41 on: July 13, 2010 01:17:58 PM »

I have a question.  I am super, incredibly, massively, horribly awful with stretchy fabrics.  I tried t-shirt dresses before and, although I know they should be really easy, mine come out looking awful.  How do you keep the shirt/onesie and the gathers from all stretching out together so that you get one shapeless, "middless" blob?  Mine look like potato sacks.  (In fact, I have one left that I made for my now-8-yo when she was a preschooler.  My now-preschooler wears it, and she will actually point and tell me, "I wanna wear 'e potato sack.  Roll Eyes )  Surely I must be missing something, right?  I'd love to be able to make these, because dresses for babies with built in crotch fasteners like this (so they don't ride up) are only ever available sleeveless in the stores.

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