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If you’ve been around the kojo blog for a lo-ong time (and by long time, I pretty much mean since the beginning in 2008), you might remember the custom embroidered onesies that we used to sell in our etsy shop.
Well, in the years since then, the blog part of kojo has become the main part of kojo and our etsy shop is empty of all tangible products (there are party printables in there, but that’s it).
However, helping my brother and sister-in-law welcome Sweet Miss Josie Cope into the world a couple weeks ago made me just sure that another embroidered onesie for my newest niece was necessary. A dire need, really.
And as I sat down to make the teensiest onesie read “Josie,” I figured that you might want to know how to make one of these as well. They’re super easy, though a bit time consuming. But they make such a great gift that they’re worth the effort.
Cut out a rectangle of interfacing, about the width of the onesie and a couple inches tall. Flip the onesie inside out and pin the interfacing on the inside of the onesie directly behind your name lettering.