Fabric Applique Boy Onesies

Just within the past few weeks I've had family and several friends that have had babies. All of these babies have been boys! Crazy huh? I needed some quick but cute gifts to give so I made these darling fabric applique onesies. 
Supplies needed:
Baby onesies
Fabric Scraps
Heat n Bond Ultrahold (NO-SEW)
Various templates-the sky's the limit with these. Just google a shape you want. Print and cut out. 
Iron


Love this stuff! 

Trace your template onto the smooth side of the heat n bond then iron onto the wrong side of your fabric. Cut out your fabric shape. Peel off heat n bond paper then place on onesie where you want it and iron on. That's it! You can also add embellishments like buttons or ribbon. So fun! I can't wait to make some baby girl onesies!





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62 comments:

  1. I love, love, love the tractor applique! Great job :)

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  2. Yay! I love it. I am so happy I found you on Delightful order. I am throwing a baby shower at the end of the month and I can't wait to make these! I am a new follower. Thanks for sharing. Hope to see you at True Aim.

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  3. Looks so cute. What a fun blog check out my blog if you get a min and have not already :).

    Have a great day

    http://thedailysmash101.blogspot.com

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  4. These are so, so cute! And since I'm the world's worst sewer (is that a word?) this is a project that even I could do :) I'm excited that we found each other :) Thanks for following my blog!
    xo,
    Laurie @ Gallamore West

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    1. LMButtO, Laurie - don't call yourself a sewer! :-D I totally get what you meant, but I am literally shaking with laughter right now!

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  5. These are adorable and so easy! Love!

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  6. Bonnie, these are FABULOUS! I love the simplicity of using the Heat n' Bond. They don't "look" like they were easy at all! They are absolutely adorable. I can't wait til the next baby shower - I know what I'm bringing for a gift. :) I'm featuring you on FB. Thanks for linking up. :)

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  7. How cute! Thank you for sharing this idea.

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  8. Love these! I really like your fabric too, especially the one you used for the elephant.

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  9. Adorable- great job! Stopping by from Family ever After link party :)

    Shannon

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  10. Adorable! I have so many friends having babies - I can't wait to make these as gifts.

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  11. So cute! I will have to remember to make these next time I get invited to a baby shower.

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  12. Love this idea - thank you so much for sharing it!! :-)

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  13. HOLY CUTENESS! These are so presh! I am featuring these next week at Pretty Things Thursday! Thank you so much for linking up to Pretty Things Thursday! I can’t wait to see what you share next week!

    Natalie from Johnny In A Dress!

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  14. Oh, my goodness! So cute. My sister is pregnant. I can't wait to make some. I'm hosting a linky party "One Creative Weekend" at OneCreativeMommy.com. I'd love for you to visit and link up this idea and/or anything else you'd like to share.

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  15. I'm a new follower via feedburner.

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  16. Oh my gosh! A-dor-a-ble! They are precious! I have a friend having a baby next month. I misse bother her showers b/c I was out of town. I'm so going ot make some of these! Thanks for sharing your idea on our first ever PTT party! HOpe you'll be back next week!
    Jen

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  17. Oh my goodness - these are adorable. My sister-in-law is having a baby soon, and I just might have to make her some of these.

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  18. These are so cute! I hope you will link these up starting Wednesday night over at The cSI Project. The challenge of the week is refashions. Come on over and see tutorials all week and then the competition starts. Our guest judge just might pick you!
    www.thecsiproject.com
    See you there!

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  19. Adorable! What a cute and simple idea! Thanks for sharing at the Pomp Party! Pinning to our Pomp Party board!

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  20. I found you via Pinterest! These are sooo cute! Plus, they totally look easy to make - Bonus!! One question though, do the shapes ever unravel along the edges when you use the Heat Bond? Even after lots of washes? Just wondering how they hold up long-term! Thanks!!

    Lori

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    1. Glad you found my blog! Yes, over time the edges will fray a bit. You could sew around the edges if you want to avoid that from happening. Thanks for stopping by!!

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  21. these are so sweet! I always sew mine on after sticking, I just don't trust the glue!

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  22. I love making appliques and those are ADORABLE! I would love for you to share this (and any other creations) at Pin It and Win It Wednesday @ www.cheapcraftymama.com!

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  23. Doesn't the cut up fabric fray?? This looks so fun!!

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  24. These are so adorable!! I've been making the tie type for my grandson, but I've never tried other shapes...the alligator is toooo cute!!! Thank you for the inspiration!!!

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  25. I’m so glad you linked this up at One Creative Weekend! I love it!

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  26. These are fantastic! Your fabric choices are amazing. The kids are still sleeping. I think I have to go make my little man some cuter onesies, right now! :)

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  27. These are so stinking cute! My sister is getting ready to have a baby boy, so I must make these! Thanks for Sharing!

    ~Stephanie @ Ladywiththeredrocker.com

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  28. love these. they r so cute!!!
    http://hillbillyprincessdiaries.blogspot.com/

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  29. This is absolutely WONDERFUL!! Each and every one of these onesies is AWESOME!! Love the fabric you picked out.. sooo FUN!

    You are planning on sharing this over at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality.. right?

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  30. My sister is about to have a boy as well, would you mind sharing the files that you used I tried googling them and maybe I am just looking in the wrong place i just couldn't find the templates.

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  31. Love this! Would love for you to share this at our Kitchen Fun and Crafty Friday link party...just posted it!
    http://kitchenfunwithmy3sons.blogspot.com/2012/07/kitchen-fun-and-crafty-friday-link_19.html

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  32. cant help bu to feature these! so cute!
    Jen

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  33. These are unbelievably cute! Where did you source your templates from?

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    1. Thanks! Just googled fabric applique templates and used ones that I liked!

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  34. Love this! We just did this for a friend of mine and they were adorable!

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  35. I really like these onesies. Thanks for the idea.

    www.adventureswithcaptaindestructo.com

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  36. I featured your idea on One Creative Weekend at OneCreativeMommy.com this week. Please stop by and grab a featured button if you’d like. I can’t wait to see what you link up this week!

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  37. I love these, they're adorable!! I picked up some heat n bond the other day for a different project... I know what I'll be using the left-overs for :) Thanks for the inspiration!

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  38. So adorable! Thanks for sharing these!

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  39. LOve, love...love these!!! So cute!! New follower of your blog. Come visit us at shabbygals.blogspot.com too!! Have a great day.

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  40. Ohhh, I'm so excited...I enjoy doing applique, but not so much on small pieces, and not so much on stretchy material. I've wanted to do some T-Shirts and Onesies for my baby boy, but putting it off.

    Now I'm thrilled because -- even though I've been sewing (and appliqueing) for years -- I HAD NO IDEA THAT THERE WAS A NO-SEW UTLRAHOLD HEAT 'N BOND!!!

    How in the world have I missed this? Lol. This changes my world, I can't wait to try it! Though a little part inside of me is still wondering if it really works, lol.

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  41. thanks for sharing.

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  42. These are so stinken cute and of course I love that they don't require any sewin skills!

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  43. Soooo cute and easy! Thanks for sharing your creative idea. Mucho credit to you!

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  44. And I think it can really suit well using any kind of fabric but cotton is still the best option when you're talking about a onesie because the comfort is just different from any kind of fabric. Thanks for the share! I love your input in this.

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  45. Just made an elephant. Super easy. Love this idea, so cute ! Thank you !!

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  46. Very cute and easy to follow instructions. Thanks. Pinned.

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  47. How do they look after washing? Love this!

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  48. Did you end up making girl ones? Do you have a picture?

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    1. I haven't yet but will be soon as I have a good friend having a baby girl! I'll post when I'm finished with them!

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  49. I did a bunch of these and washed them and well preg hormones got the best f m and I bawled when a ton of them came right off in the wash after hours of work :(

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    1. Oh, so sorry that happened. I've never had that happen before. Did you use the red package of Heat N Bond?

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  50. I love these!!! But I am curious how they hold up in the wash...do the edges shrivel up or do they hold up well?

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    1. For the most part they hold up well but I have had a few that the edges curled up. I would recommend sewing around the edges if you don't want this to happen.

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  51. I can tell it would take me hours to find these shapes. Can you link them? They're so cute!

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  52. would you please share how you attached the buttons/embelishments? According to the Heat and Bond, it says do not sew on it? Help, please!

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