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Pirate, Baby!

Added Jan 14, 2008

by Katrin [Frau...

Nuedlingen, Germany

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Description

Onesie for my nephew.

Hand-printed with selfmade lino cut stamps.

Pattern from Ottobre design magazine.

Material Notes

Jersey fabric

Zipper

Bias tape

Snap buttons

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

Credits

Thanks to my sister – the mother of my adorable little nephew!

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    Feb 7, 2008, 05.28 PMby kassandra

    Hi – how did you do the bands? I used bias binding tape on mine and it looks a bit home-made. My creation is basils_britches 1 if you wanted to take a look. I’d love to know what you did. Thanks.

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    Jan 15, 2008, 07.18 AMby Katrin [FrauVau]

    Thank you all!

    I used a thick fabric paint, like the one you would use for silkscreening or woodblock printing. Printable fabric paints are marked as such, the price is usually a bit (tiny little bit) higher than “normal” fabric paint, but it’s worth the extra money!

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    Jan 15, 2008, 04.52 AMby lauriana

    Nice! Great idea to use lino cuts as stamps to decorate your fabric. What kind of paint did you use?

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    Jan 14, 2008, 03.42 PMby sunnyb64

    I always enjoy it when people make baby clothes that are cool instead of cutesy. This is no exception.

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    Jan 14, 2008, 11.07 AMby kasia26

    It’s great. Original idea for the little boy’s onesie.

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