Baby Kimono Top Tutorial: Guest Post

Have you met Narelle from Cook Clean Craft? She's dropping by today to add a little sewing fun to Sewing For Baby month. Thanks for helping out Narelle!

Over at her blog, you can find her sewing up incredibly cute little clothes:

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Teaching you how to make a box pleat:

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Giving tips on how to clean as you go (so very helpful).

And she's always full of great looking recipes. Don't you want some of these Apple Cinnamon Pancakes?

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Hello! When searching for an outfit to make for a friend's baby, I came across a very cute baby kimono pattern at the Martha Stewart website. I loved putting kimono-style rompers on my son when he was a bub as you don't have to worry about pulling anything over his head (which was always a challenge). However, there were a few comments complaining that it was difficult to follow the instructions on the Martha Stewart tutorial. So, I thought I'd put together a detailed photo-tutorial of my own. Also, I decided to use buttons for the closure at the front rather than ribbons (which just seem too fiddly for me when you're dealing with a squirmy or screaming baby!) 

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Head on over to Cook Clean Craft for the full tutorial for this Kimono top

Thanks Narelle! The top is adorable and this is such a great tutorial!

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