- An organic onesie (available at Target)
- Random fabric
- Steam-a-Seam 2: Double Stick Fusible Web
- A fading fabric pen
Next, I peeled off the second layer from the Steam-a-Seam and positioned my shapes. The cool thing about fusible webbing is that you can reposition stuff as much as you want until you get it just right.
Once everything was exactly how I wanted it, I pressed the iron over it for 10 seconds.
When everything was basically glued in place by the fusible web, I sewed around the shape using my quilting attachment and was done with the onesie! Then I made a quick envelope out of a Starbucks bag. Voila!
Let me know if you have any questions. I thought I would share this process in case it's useful for any of your DIY wedding goodness. You can do this process on virtually anything: t-shirts, cloth napkins, handkerchiefs, dish towels, sweatshirts, canvas bags, etc.! (Please leave other ideas in the comments section.)