by pldc 04 Jun 2015

As suggested by another cutie I tried to make a onesie with a fabric ruffle instead of lace. I did some on the front & of course I did the bum too & I think this is a great way to dress up a onesie. Do you think it needs one more layer @ for the bum on the top of those two rows?

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by blueeyedblonde 05 Jun 2015

That certainly sets it off - great job!

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pldc by pldc 05 Jun 2015

Many thanks Linda, ~hugs~

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by designgirl 05 Jun 2015

So cute.

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pldc by pldc 05 Jun 2015

Many thanks Lynn, ~hugs~

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by sonjapotgieter 05 Jun 2015

So Pretty...Well done!!!

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pldc by pldc 05 Jun 2015

Many thanks, ~hugs~

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by lbrow 04 Jun 2015

I think shell be a little doll in it./Lillian

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pldc by pldc 05 Jun 2015

ah thank you Lillian, very much ~hugs~

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by Leaha 04 Jun 2015

Sew cute, what a little dressed up doll she will be. Love this idea also. hugs

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pldc by pldc 05 Jun 2015

ah thank you Leaha, ~hugs~

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by shirley124 04 Jun 2015

So cute. Well done once again. Hugs

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pldc by pldc 04 Jun 2015

thank you Shirley, I think mom will be happy with these. I hope. lol ~hugs~

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by dragonflyer 04 Jun 2015

Adorable Loralye...I have done the ruffled bum...but the ruffled layers were fuller .... I would not add another ruffle...I would gather them a bit fuller...

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pldc by pldc 04 Jun 2015

these are already ruffled? I don't think I could make them tighter. You must know something I have not yet figured out? They ruffle came this way with a serged edge.........Any tips would be greatly apprecaited

dragonflyer by dragonflyer edited 05 Jun 2015

I see that they are already ruffled, but I pull the gathers closer together to make a fuller ruffle...on a serged edge, usually you can pull the two "needle threads" quite easily to add more gathers to the ruffle...although I usually make my own ruffles

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by laffma1 04 Jun 2015

Very cute outfit. Your new grandbaby/niece will certainly be well dressed with all these little onsies you'you've been making g. Great job!

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pldc by pldc 04 Jun 2015

Thank you so much, & they are young & have very little so the more I can make for them the better for the wee baby. ~hugs~

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by babash 04 Jun 2015

Looks great to me. It probably doesn't look quite right to you as it is lying flat. But once a bottom is inside it will round out. If you are still unsure stuff it with something to see how the frills stand out. But to me I think it is just right,

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pldc by pldc 04 Jun 2015

lol ok sounds like I am worried for nothing .....thank you very much. ~hugs~

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by arlene 04 Jun 2015

Wonderful job. I wouldn't change a thing.

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pldc by pldc 04 Jun 2015

thanks Arlene, ~hugs~

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by noah 04 Jun 2015

Well i personally love your idea ,i still never bought any of these things to play ***So i will just watch you lol hugs

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pldc by pldc 04 Jun 2015

lol watch away & learn while I do lol ~hugs~

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by bevintex 04 Jun 2015

These just keep getting cuter and cuter. I like it as is

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pldc by pldc 04 Jun 2015

Thanks Bev, I just wasn't sure. ~hugs~

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by PIGNADA 04 Jun 2015

i think you don't need one more layer @ for the bum on the top ; the onesis is cute with two because they are enough large to cover. If they were thiner perhaps you can use three. Thank you for sharing. Amitiés de France.

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pldc by pldc 04 Jun 2015

ah thanks so much, I was thinking it didn't quite look right? ~hugs~

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by pldc 04 Jun 2015

how can I make it look better @ the bottom? The ruffle fabric does not have a finished edge on it. It has a serged edge only so raw edge?

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