02 September, 2013

Mini Tutorial - Baby Singlet Embellishment (Spring Has Sprung 2013)

Today I'm teaming up with a bunch of extremely talented blogging ladies to bring you fresh inspiration for spring with the Spring has Sprung 2013 Blog Hop!  


I thought I'd share with you a nice easy little project to jazz up those plain baby singlets with a hint of spring.



As you can imagine, with a brand new baby to cuddle here at Cass Can Sew HQ, my sewing time has become very limited, if not non-existent!  So this little project was perfectly do-able.  In fact, it took me no more than five minutes!  Even the most greenest of beginner sewing enthusiasts would have no trouble with this one.


What you'll need...

Baby Singlet
Lace Trim
Scissors
Sewing Machine




How to do it...

  1. Take your singlet and measure the length of the front neckline.
  2. Add an extra 1/2 an inch to that measurement and cut your lace trim accordingly.
  3. Now it's time to sew it down to the neckline.  Starting from the shoulder seam, fold one edge of the trim under to hide the raw edge and then simply sew the trim into place along the neckline.
  4. Don't forget to tuck in the raw edge when you get to the opposite shoulder seam to finish off.
  5. Pop your cute new singlet on your baby and have an impromptu photo session!
Seriously... it is that easy!






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16 comments:

  1. I dont think I will be attatching lace to anything anytime soon, but oh my Cass, she is soooooo cute! Cluck cluck! xx

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  2. Very sweet idea, and an even sweeter little girl. She's so gorgeous Cass!!

    Yay for Spring!!!

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  3. Gorgeous top for a beautiful baby girl! Live it!

    Jos xx

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  4. It is gorgeous and just the perfect addition to our little Spring has Sprung blog tour. And we get to see more photos of your gorgeous girl.

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  5. Such a cutie! Great idea for new baby girl gifts :)

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  6. What a simple yet lovely idea to jazz up a few little singlets and tops! By the way, your little beauty just melts my heart. She is just gorgeous. Enjoy your time cuddling her as much as you like!

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  7. Naw what a cutie patootie! It's the best when you can start exposing their little limbs to the elements x

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  8. She is so cute! And what a great idea, i will have to put some lace on my little chicken as well

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  9. I thought you would do a craft for your Spring has Sprung blog post not a recipe. I sure as hell could gobble up all this cuteness! LOL How utterly gorgeous Cass!

    Anne xx

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  10. I thought you would do a craft for your Spring has Sprung blog post not a recipe. I sure as hell could gobble up all this cuteness! LOL How utterly gorgeous Cass!

    Anne xx

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  11. Just way to sweet and cute........

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  12. where do you buy a singlet.??? new granddaughter on the way

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  13. Perfect baby project, fast simple and cute.

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  14. This is just an adorable gift to make. You have done a great job on embellishing the singlet........so many possibilities.

    I would love to have you to link up at my weekly Clever Chicks Blog Hop: http://www.the-chicken-chick.com/2013/09/clever-chicks-blog-hop-51-with-egg.html



    I hope you can make it!
    Cheers,
    Kathy Shea Mormino

    The Chicken Chick

    http://www.The-Chicken-Chick.com

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