So you already saw the main part of my baby shower present for my sister, the nautical baby quilt. I also made some burp cloths for her. I also wanted to make some onesies for her and since I have a Silhouette that I don't use much anymore I thought I would try to use that for making these. I bought some heat transfer material in purple and pink and also some of the new sewable interfacing.
I started with the heat transfer material. This stuff is awesome. All you do is cut your design out and iron it. Done! Here are some of the onesies I made for her.
One issue I had was that I started to feel frustrated that I only had purple and pink. I was excited and also ticked to learn that they have printable heat transfer material. This is exactly what I wanted!! You can print and cut your design in multiple colors. I was only ticked because I didn't know about it sooner. I still have a few blank onesies, I may still get some of this and do a few. I can't get them done in time for the shower so we'll see.
After those I moved on to the sewable interfacing. This was more challenging. I would say if you decide to do clothing with this, do a bigger shirt than a onesie. The frustration for me was that everything required hand sewing because the onesie was too small to sew on my machine. I tried though! Not really a great idea. It's okay as long as you don't look to closely.
Overall, they both are great products. I still have a bunch of the interfacing and heat transfer left so I'll have to come up with more ideas for it. I think I see some pillows in my future!
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