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PutzFrau
« on: January 23, 2008 06:25:53 PM »

I have a co-worker and a friend who just had baby boys.  I wanted to do some iron on transfers but had the idea of making patches out of some fabric.







I found some clearance onsies at Target (WHO knew they were so expensive?Huh) and cut the owl out of the fabric shown above.  I then used a heat transfer tape to iron on the onesie and the last step is to sew it down on the onesie itself so it's completely secure.   

I think I might use red thread.

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OnePinkHippo
« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2008 06:52:29 PM »

These are really cute. There's just something about owls... Smiley

Tip: The Dollar Store has nice onesies. They're Gerber brand, I think? But they're that nice thick knit material, perfect for the kiddies.
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VeggieJess
« Reply #2 on: January 24, 2008 07:21:38 AM »

SUPER cute!  Another tip is to check the thrift stores.  Sometimes Goodwill gets new stuff in directly from Target if you don't like to buy used ones, which, a lot of the time they are barely worn anyway!  I just LOVE the owl fabric! Where'd you get it?

 
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PutzFrau
« Reply #3 on: January 24, 2008 09:09:19 AM »

I got the owl fabric from a quilting store in southern California.  My mother in law took me shopping for fabric for my birthday.

I was very dubious about finding good fabric in a quilting store but they had tons and tons of great reproduction fabrics (just not very cheap - $8 a yrd).

We don't really have dollar stores in Northern California.  (We don't even have Walmart)

Is there anywhere else to get Gerber onesies cheap?

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