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Ruffles and Buttons Onesie

By: Kate from See Kate Sew
This image courtesy of seekatesew.blogspot.com

Not a fan of the image on your baby's onesie? Then use your sewing skills to upgrade it into a Ruffles and Buttons Onesie. Instead of throwing out outfits with designs you don't like, you can add this adorable baby sewing project and cover them right up. Say goodbye to plain baby clothes in no time with this free baby sewing pattern that can match almost any outfit. This is a great way to get resourceful with old clothes for a new bundle of joy.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Sewn byHand

Beginner

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I have to laugh, as the previous comments regarding buttons echoed a concern as well, and also the comfort of having them probe into baby's chest while on their tummy! But easily fixed with pretty embroidery patterns, and the actual idea is fine, especially if you have some hand me downs and the image is gender specific or a personalized name not befitting of the new owner. So it is a good idea otherwise! )

PLEASE do not use buttons on baby clothes!!! Use embroidery to make it cute, it is just too dangerous to use buttons.

I would NOT put buttons on ANYTHING for my BABY... BIG CHOKING HAZZARD. I suggest this be removed. Losing credibility posting things like this.

This is not a safe thing to do. The buttons could come loose and the baby/child could choke. Always SAFETY BEFORE CUTENESS!!!!

Ditto.

This is really cute but wouldn't putting buttons on a baby's onesie be a big choking hazard? Just my opinion.

I was just going to say the same thing :(

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