Saturday, January 14, 2012

Shirt = Dress, Headband and ... (pt.2)

It seems like it has been FOREVER since I posted last.
(It has only been a week, but it has been a long one)
Today is the first day in awhile that I have been feeling healthy, so I thought I better try and get back into the swing of things... besides a friend and a family member have been bugging me about seeing the same post for awhile now..
..ahem mom and Nicole, here you go!

Remember this shirt:

I made a dress for S and a headband for T:

I mentioned that I was going to make a skirt or a ruffle onesie for T...
but I had enough fabric leftover to do both! yay!
I bought a $4 onesie from walmart and then sewed on the ruffles and the skirt.
Made a cute bow to add some flare.
A pretty easy way to make a shabby-chic outfit for next to nothing! 

 Also I found an extra button sewed onto the tag on the inside of the original shirt I decided to save it and it works perfectly in the middle of the bow.
Sometimes baby girl isn't that modest when wearing skirts.....haha
Can you believe after finishing the onesie I was able to make a couple flowers for another headband!

Needless to say there is nothing left of the shirt after I was finished with it!
Hope you have a fantastic weekend!

linked to:
sugar and dots
tatertots and jello 
the grant life 
let birds fly


  1. So cute, once again! Thanks for posting I've been waiting as you've noted! :)

  2. Justine this is awesome. I can not believe what you have done with just one shirt! Ahhhh-mazing! :)

    Thank you for linking up to Financial Friday.. you were featured! Check it out tomorrow :)

  3. This is to pin it!

  4. This is so ridiculously cute! I love ruffles! Great job and thanks for sharing!!

  5. Needed this idea for my neighbor who just had a precious baby girl. Thanks for sharing!!!!! I love your ideas.

  6. Justine,
    Finally purchased some onesies and am excited to make this cute ruffled onesie, but wondered if you have a tutorial on it or did you just cut tshirt to go 1 1/2 times around onesie, ruffle and sew?
    (Put a few of your items on my Pinterest Board under Sewing Inspirations!


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