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Clever crochet star onesies keep babies cute and cozy,
diy onesies for baby boys

Clever crochet star onesies keep babies cute and cozy, diy onesies for baby boys

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If you're expecting a little miracle or you're going to a baby shower and want to give something cool to an expectant mother, make a stylish romper! This roundup is dedicated to onesies for boys. You make your little boy look like a gentleman and also help him to realize current trends. Check out the tutorials and make some pieces for your son or your friends' kids!

The first craft for today is a cool striped romper with bow tie and suspenders - just pull off that chic retro gentlemanly style! The suspenders with the clips are partially sewn onto the romper, the lower part being free to be attached to a pair of pants / shorts. Add some jeans, turn on the bow tie, and your little guy is ready to go!

Here comes the super adorable DIY with a fabric bow! This romper with interchangeable bow ties is simply the cutest way to welcome the little gentleman to the world. Now you have the cutest romper with interchangeable bow ties for any occasion. And with a little more Velcro, you can use the bows for other rompers or shirts when the baby has outgrown this one. Have fun making little gentleman onesies for your own children or those of your friends!

One of my favorite Harry Potter quotes is, "It doesn't matter what you are born, it matters what you become." from Dumbledore from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. This quote would be perfect on a baby creeper because of the words that are born and grow and because of its mind. Make this cute little onesie for your baby or for friends and all geeks will be happy!

It's no secret that we love constellations here. The decor of galaxies and constellations is very popular now. Find out how to make this Papa Bear and Baby Bear t-shirt and onesie. A little Latin lesson in case you're unaware - ursa is bear in Latin, so these constellations are translated as big (or big) bear and little bear. Too cute no? Have fun creating and create a duo look with these pieces!

Appliqued tie onesies are not the best idea as the tie will get lost in baby buns. In this tutorial you will learn how to make a romper with a “real” tie instead. Not as practical as an application, but definitely cute! When the tie is done, secure it to the romper with simple stitching and voila - a cool piece is ready, get your little boy dressed and go!

When you have a few simple white onesies, you can brush them up on the die. Use this accordion technique instead of the traditional rainbow / hippie tie look. These bright onesies are done in green and navy, although you can swap out the colors to match your baby's appearance. Have fun dying and make your child look brave!

A little guy in a simple striped cardigan? With a fly? How can you not smile ?! The loops are attached with a push button. You can swap out the bow tie you need for your cardigan. So smooth, right? The cardigan doesn't really open, so don't panic if buttonholes make you nervous. And the cutout is big enough that it still slides over the baby's head. Read the project and make this cute onesie for your child!

Shibori is a very popular dying technique and it shows amazing results. To incorporate it into your kids' wardrobe, you can make these DIY shibori onesies that are perfect for your friends who have little girls or little boys, or who don't want to find out. The author styled them both ways to show you that indigo is perfect for all babies!

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Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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