For Emmett's first birthday, I made him a little bow tie tee shirt. To be honest, the bow tie was flat and really quite unimpressive. But I loved the concept so much, I continued to work at the pattern and now these baby bow tie onesies are my go-to gift when my friends have a little guy join their family!
My favorite part about this project?! Each onesie/tee shirt takes literally 15 minutes to make, start to finish. You also need zero sewing skills -- it's literally one straight stitch, one zig-zag stitch and several lines of hot glue. Can you see me with my pom poms at the sidelines, 'You can do it! You can do it!!'
Here's some simple instructions to get you started.
Baby Bow Tie Onesies
white onesie or tee shirt
hot glue gun
1// Cut two rectangles out of your fabric of choices. One rectangle should be 13"x3.5" and the other 2.5"x2".
These bow tie onesies can be washed and dried as normal, though I do air dry ours to help preserve the life of the hot glue. Also be advised that this will increase your baby's cuteness levels so be sure to hang onto them extra tight. ;)