Simple Hand Printed Baby OnsiesOctober 14, 2016
I am incredibly lucky to have a grandmother, the boys' great nana, who can knit. I've tried to become a knitter, there's a couple of half finished patchwork blankets and slightly wonky scarves tucked into craft crates in the basement- but i've never quite got the hang of anything that isn't basically some kind of square.
I love that the boys can wear something that's been specifically made for them with so much love! Until my skills with the needles come up to par, my contribution to their handmade wardrobe are these simple potato print onesies.
What is brilliant about this DIY is you can make it your own so, so easily! Change up the colour and style of the onesie- long sleeved, short sleeved, footed PJ's, or T-shirts for older kiddos.
The print you use is entirely down to you as well. Whilst I'd stick with something simple, you've got to cut that thing out of a potato after all, there really is no limit to the print, pattern or colour you choose for your handmade attire.
What you will need:
- An item of clothing- I chose simple white, long sleeved, footed PJ's
- Chid safe fabric paint
- A potato
- Kitchen paper
- A template of your pattern- using cooking cutters is a really easy way to cut clear, simple shapes