21 Responses to Iron On Fabric Onesie Making Station

  1. Such a cute idea! We had something similar at my baby shower a few years ago and it was a hit. And I loved dressing my son in all the onesies everyone made him!

    • Thanks Katie! It’s so much more fun to dress them in these than the plain white ones, isn’t it?? I loved the ones that people made for my daughter.

  2. I’ve done something similar at a friend’s shower and it was such fun! Great idea! Thanks so much for hosting this and for inviting me to play along and celebrate Lauren!

  3. Whaaaaat?! I am still in awe of this love-fest you have coordinated in my honor. Thank you from the bottom of my heart, Meredith. Truly, words can’t express how utterly BLOWN AWAY I feel right now by this virtual baby shower and all the thoughtful, creative projects and ideas nestled in these blog posts from my nearest and dearest blog friends. And of course, the onesie-making station is RIGHT up my alley…and I can’t wait for the opportunity to host a baby shower of my own to use this idea and the other gems from your book and from this partay as inspiration! When you’ve been loved so well, all you want to do is pass that love on. Thank you for that gift.

    • You deserve it, friend!! You’re right, when you’ve been loved so well, all you want to do is pass that love on…and YOU have shown so much love to your blogging friends that we wanted to pass it along back to you and shower you and baby girl with something extra special!!

  4. I LOVE this idea, Meredith. I usually embroider onesies but yours are such a great idea and great for beginners too. LOVE it! :) And I’m so glad all of you ladies got together to celebrate Lauren–she’s the best! :)

    • Oh I would love to learn how to embroider appliques, they are so neat looking! But this is an easy substitute for beginners :-)

    • Thanks Jessi! I am still using some of the onesies that folks made for me when my daughter was born…they’ve been through her and now my son, too! So much more fun than just the plain white ones.

  5. What a fun idea, I would love to add a onesie station to a baby shower. This whole shower for Lauren is such a wonderful idea, thanks for putting it all together. I’m loving all these projects!

    • Thanks Sarah! It’s a really great collection of baby shower ideas, isn’t it? I was really impressed with everything that everyone came up with!

  6. What a great idea to get everyone involved, and how fun for Mom to remember specific friends and family members as baby makes an appearance in each onesie over the next many months. Having a clothes line/drying rack to display them at the shower is brilliant. Thanks for organizing this virtual shower!

  7. This is the cutest idea and such a sweet way to send the guest of honor home with a whole new wardrobe for their baby! Thanks so much for organizing this fun hop, Meredith!

  8. These are really cute and we are going to try to do these for a baby shower on Saturday…should we wash the fabric squares before we iron them on? It says wash the baby onesies but I wasn’t sure about the fabric as well.
    Thank you!

    • I’ve done it both ways and I don’t think it’s really necessary to wash the fabric. You certainly can if you want, though it will likely fray and need to be ironed…and I don’t like creating extra work for myself so I don’t do that, haha. I hope the baby shower goes well! Have fun!

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