Sunday, February 3, 2013

Baby PJ refashion

Baby Sleep N Play Refashion

Spring is coming soon so I think its time to refashion sleep n plays and refashioning is a great way to save some money on you little ones. This tutorial is a very easy no -sew, how to refashion a sleep and play in to shorts. This works with the button down type. If you use a jersey cotton then this is also a no-sew project but if you want to finish it off to look a little more polished then you can sew a few hems. I did not bother sewing mine since the baby grows so fast and I have not had any problems with unraveling.
Just look how much he love his outfit.

This is the Before and after

Step 1 You Will Need
What you will need for this project 
Sleep N Play
Shirt with sleeves that are a length you like on your little one
Cutting surface
Scissors 

Lay out your Sleep N Play on a cutting board



Steep 2
Lay the shirt you like on top of the Sleep N Play, line it up so it will work as a pattern for your new sleeves.
Step 3
Then cut right along the place you want the new sleeve to end at and in between the snaps on the leg. You should cut right under a set of snaps if you can.

Step 4
This is how it will look after you cut the sleeves off and the feet.
Step 6
Put your new outfit on the baby!
and see how cute he is! I mean seriously! Just look at that wittle man! 
I hope you have enjoyed this little baby refashion! If you make this I would love to see some pictures of your baby in their new spring PJ's. 
I will be partying this week at a few fine blogs listed below. Go check them out if you have some free time. They are all great places to hang out in your free time when you are not looking at my blog.

:) Kasey
mop it up mondays

7 comments:

  1. He got so big! He looks tres chic in is new PJ's. Glad you're back!
    Kim@reposhture.blogspot.com

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    1. Kim! I am so glad to be back... he is getting really big. I was actuly think about you the other night! :) hope all is good in your world.

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  2. Turned out great! What an adorable baby, too!

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  3. Wonderful tutorial! Your baby is so cute!
    Great post!! I included it in my post Βόλτα στη Γειτονιά #21 :)
    Have a great week!!

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  4. Great idea...that would save new moms alot of money from buying new pjs!
    And he is super cute!!!

    Sam
    http://cooksandcreates.blogspot.com/

    (Found you on I Should Be Mopping the Floor!)

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