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My new article on the Nesting blog is up. It shows how to make iron on onesies. This project is very easy and is perfect for baby showers.
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June 25, 200910:43 am
such a cute idea! my little one on the way needs the giraffe!
June 25, 200911:33 am
Love these! Such a simple, graphic design, and so sweet!
June 25, 200911:41 am
sometimes my iron ons come off in the wash so it's helpful to make a few quick stitches around the perimeter of the shape to hold it more permanently.
June 25, 200912:18 pm
These are darling! The possibilities are endless… tote bags, bibs, jeans, placemats… Nice job!
June 25, 200912:25 pm
These turned out so well! My favorite is the giraffe.
June 25, 200912:57 pm
Jordan I love this! I ran out of time and had to order mine off of etsy for the shower. But yours are darling!!
June 25, 20091:02 pm
Mother of three and a half (pregnant), used to be a graphic designer and somehow lost all creativity through the years. I have been needing a creative touch in my life again and am TOTALLY inspired by you! I just went though almost a year of your blog and I am off to design. Thanks for all the inspiration!!
June 25, 20091:46 pm
What a wonderful idea!! I can't wait to host a baby shower so I can do this!
June 25, 20091:48 pm
hi! i love your blog, just found it through oh joy!'s blog. so happy i did. enjoying reading your great posts and will be back often. i love the ideas on your posts for easy to do things yourself. like those printed bags for weddings etc. great inspiration
June 25, 20092:20 pm
i may just make myself a polka-dotted giraffe tee.
June 25, 20093:07 pm
so cute! you're so good at this stuff! xo
June 25, 20093:15 pm
Awesome, thank you for the tutorial! I want/need to do this.
June 25, 20093:20 pm
great DIY post! these are very cute.
Whatever Dee-Dee wants
June 25, 20093:27 pm
So cute! I cant wait to make some.
June 25, 20099:59 pm
LOVE the idea! Much better than the puffy paint onesies I had at my shower (while cute, difficult to wash and uncomfortable for baby to wear). Question: does the iron on material make it so that you have to wash/dry the onesies in a special way?
June 26, 20099:50 am
Oooh this makes me happy. I will have to try this.
June 26, 200910:59 am
love this idea!
oh, and i think you posted about paper straws – found some (50 for $3) here: http://www.kikkerlandshop.com/cu13-a.html
June 26, 200911:08 am
Cute! Love the giraffe!
June 26, 20092:52 pm
Thank you for this idea. I just bought the iron on materials to get this started!
June 28, 20099:30 pm
this is sooooo cute!! I am going to try it!!
June 29, 20097:15 am
We made these at a party the other night & I couldn't believe how cute they turned out even the ones the kids made were perfect!
June 29, 200912:27 pm
I can't wait to try this! Just on my kids tshirts.
June 29, 20093:11 pm
What a great idea for a shower! So unique and I bet really fun to make!
June 29, 20097:23 pm
I never knew iron-ons were so easy! This is the perfect idea for a baby shower, or gift for a new mom. Thanks for the fantastic step-by-step, Jordan!
Megan (in Munich)
August 7, 200912:54 am
I feel silly asking this, but I live abroad and have no idea how to describe iron-on fabric in German.
If I were to purchase this online, where would I find a good selection? I have a new nephew and am heading home to CA in 3 weeks, so I could send myself some to take back with me.
April 21, 20114:26 pm
I love these and am hoping to use the idea for a baby shower! I can't seem to access the tutorial and am redirected to the conde nast website. Anyway I can get the directions e-mail or republished on the blog?!
May 20, 20111:55 pm
I agree with Kara – I'd love to make these, but the links are going nowhere. Any way you could re-publish? Thanks in advance!
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