Next up in the go-to boy gift is the Little man Bow-tie onsie. I live a little man with some style, and what says style more than a little bow tie? Since it is attached to the onsie there is nothing to go around the neck of your little one, also no need to wear a formal shirt. This can be made for any age, but I can’t resist it for a baby. Also I have a free downloadable pattern for you today so making your bow tie could not be easier!
To get started Download the pattern HERE
Then cut out the pieces as shown. I did this one with two different colors, but you can do it all the same. Mix it up however you like.
Start by folding the bottom layer piece in half and sew along the top and side.
Then turn the piece right side out and serge or zig zag stitch the raw edge.
Then serge or zig-zag stitch the sides of the upper layer.
Then fold the piece right sides together and sew along the long edge.
Then turn it right side out and with the seam in the middle, turn the edges in and sew them closed.
Then line the two bottom layer pieces up together.
Lay the upper piece on top centering it over the bottom layer.
Then sew a basting stitch to attach the layers together as well as gathering the middle.
Then turn the two sides of the middle piece in ward and wrap it around the gathered part of the bow.
Then sew the middle down to the middle of the onsie.
Then you are done, now there is no excuse not to have a well dressed little man! Go ahead make a dozen!
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The pants will come next week.
Thank you for sharing! These are adorable and my SIL is expecting a little boy in August, so it is perfect timing.
very cute <3
These are sooo cute. I love them.
How cute is that!!!!! I linked to your tutorial on Craft Gossip Sewing:<br />http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-little-man-bowtie-onesie/2011/05/22/<br /><br />–Anne
WOw! Love this tutorial. I'm going to make some of these for my baby (and for shower gifts.) Love the bow tie! I am featuring this at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com.
Jen @ lil Mop Top
Love this! Thanks for the tutorial- PERFECT for a gift for my new nephew!
Hi! I found your link through Someday Crafts – this is so adorable! My best friend is having a boy in September and I can't wait to try this for him!<br /><br />~Jessa<br />www.jessajill.blogspot.com
These are so fun!! I actually mean to make some bow tie onesies for a while now, but yours are even cuter than I'd imagined! Just featured you in my Wednesday's Wowzers. Here is the link:<br /><br />http://oopsey-daisy.blogspot.com/2011/06/wednesdays-wowzers-soak-in-little.html<br /><br />Thanks for inspiring!<br />~Alison
I love this tutorial!!! I made one of these onsies along with matching Little Man Shoes…they couldn't be cuter! I posted some pictures onto my blog at http://7craftymamas.blogspot.com/2011/06/little-man-outfit.html. Thanks for posting such cute ideas!!!
Love your blog and excited to make this for a little guy. I do have a question about downloading the pattern. The site that hosts the downloads is asking for my cell number in order to allow me to download it. Why is that?
Thanks for the tutorial. I used it for a baby shower I am attending soon!
I wasn't able to download the pattern for some reason. Is there a way you can email to me or something. My sister is having twin boys and I would love to make these for her. thanks! firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for this wonderful tutorial, a lifesaver, my son needed a bow tie for an event.
Thanks for the tutorial! I just finished mine for a baby shower I'm attending Sunday!
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