Today we are going to make a onesie extender! This handy little thing will help extend the life of your baby's onesies. My kids are both tall and were outgrowing their clothes too fast. I wanted them to stay in their cute clothes just a little bit longer.
Skill Level: Easy
Sewing machine or needle/thread
Average Time: 10 minutes
Find a onesie that you don't need anymore. This one had a stain that we couldn't get out.
Make sure that the snaps are the right size. Snap the onesie to other onesies. Not all onesie manufacturers use the same size of snaps.
Decide how long you want the extender to be. I used 2" in this example but 1"-2" would be fine too. Draw a square.
Cut out your square. Do the same for the back piece. Next, fold in the edges of the the squares you just cut. Note the direction of the fold.
Pin the two pieces together. Make sure that the folded edge is turned under when you pit it to the other piece. Here is the front view and the back view
Follow the fold line and sew a straight line. Do this for both sides.
Now it's a little bit of a mess so trim the edges with a pair of scissors. When you have finished trimming, use a zigzag stitch to bind the sides together.
Voila!! The finished product. The best part about this project is that it doesn't have to be perfect. No one will see it but you!!