They say that good things always come in three's--or was it bad things? Well, weather we love or hate them--baby showers seem to come in fourteen's. I've been making lots of baby gifts lately. Here are my top three:
How to Make Baby Legs:
B- fold the bottom open edge up around the outside of itsself to the next edge to form a cuff like C. (The right side of the sock is on the outside again.)
C-Take piece 1 with the right-side facing out. Bring it up through the middle of the cuff so that the three raw edges meet like in D.
D-Sew the three raw edges together all the way around. A zigzag stitch will give a little bit of stretch. Then fold the cuff down.
I upcycled a plain periwinkle blue t-shirt to make this. When you use jersey fabric you don't have to hem the edges. Just cut strait strips. Sew a long running stitch down the middle. Pull on the bobbin thread to gather. Position and sew on.
I start with prefold cloth diapers. Rip two pieces of fabric about an inch wide and as long as the width of the diapers you're working with.
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