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Old 11-09-2008, 01:17
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Default Ribbon Tees, with detachable bow??

I've been wondering for a while now. I want to make some ribbon onesies,and have the detachable bow.

Does anyone have any good instructions, or could someone point me in the right direction on how to do this? I'd greatly appreciate it.

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Default Re: Ribbon Tees, with detachable bow??

Are you wanting to be able to take off to wash? If so what about a snap?
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Default Re: Ribbon Tees, with detachable bow??

Something like that. I know that I need to sew the ribbon to the onesie (still need instructions on that..)

but I think I read on here something about pinning the bow, or something. But Maybe a snap would work too.
Hmm..
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Default Re: Ribbon Tees, with detachable bow??

I use a pinback, that way they can wear the shirt with the bow or without. You can find them at Wal-mart or any craft store. You just sew the pin to the back of the bow.
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I use a snap... though may try the pinback thing.
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I'm not really sure on how to sew the ribbon to the onesie, and actually make it look like it came that way. You know what I mean?

I have a hard time explaining myself if you couldn't tell..lol
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I'm not really sure on how to sew the ribbon to the onesie, and actually make it look like it came that way. You know what I mean?

I have a hard time explaining myself if you couldn't tell..lol
Did you see my onsie I did(in hairbow gallery) all I did was wrap around and did a streight stich.
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Default Re: Ribbon Tees, with detachable bow??

when I sew the ribbon on the shirts- I first sew together 2 or 3 pieces of ribbon with a matching thread- then I use the sewable iron on fusion (such as you would use for a no sew hem) I iron the shirt- then place the fusion tape in a straight line and iron down then I remove the paper backing- place the ribbon on and iron that down- then I sew it to the shirt. It is easier for me to get the ribbon straight that way- if the shirt has a side seam I will open it and put the ribbon inside and sew back- if no seam- I fold the ribbon under and sew it or- sew ribbon all the way around on onsies and make a bow to pin on the back or front.
I use a pin to make it removable (just like the above reply)
I hope this helps- if not, let me know and I will be more than glad to try to help again
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Do I need to rip the threading on the onesie, tuck in the ribbon on the side, and sew it back up, and then sew the ribbon to the front, so it looks like ribbon is made onto the onesie?

I'll have to go check it out right now!
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