My cousin had the cutest baby boy a few months ago and I'm sure he's already spoiled rotten! I wanted to make him something unique and personal and meant to get to these before he was born... but somehow I never found the time!
All you need is a onesie (or three), a graphic you want to apply to the front, fabric, and
Cut a piece of fabric and a piece of interfacing big enough for all of your letters/graphics and iron them together following the directions on the interfacing.
Then I printed out the graphics and cut each one out. My cousin lives in Canada so I chose to do a maple leaf, where he was born (Alberta), and his name.
Cut each graphic out of your fabric by placing the fabric interfacing side down. You should end up with this:
Place each graphic where you want it on the onesie. I used a strip of fusible seam binding to tack it in place while I sewed it down.
Once they are all in place you are ready to sew!
I used navy thread, but if you're feeling really brave you could use a contrasting color! Stitch around each graphic or letter.
For this one I used embroidery thread to mark an X for the city he was born.
I spent less than an hour on all three, and love how they turned out.