Then he had a not-so-cute and not-so-little blow out diaper. It was on a road trip, so the onsie didn’t get washed soon enough, and no spray and wash could touch the stain. It was ruined.
I found that cloth diapers make the best burp rags. They seem to be more absorbent and a better size than other burp rags I have. I had a friend that gave me some that she added fabric to and they are adorable. Another friend printed “Baby Jamer” on one for me and that is really cute too.
I wanted to turn the front into something cute, and I saved the bottoms because I have a few t-shirts that I want to turn into onsies. (T-shirts are terrible for the little squirmy babies!)
I cut the top apart from the bottom. It was difficult to cut something that looked so cute apart, but I kept trying to remember that it was for something else cute! I left most of the fabric at the bottom, because I still haven’t figured out exactly how much I will need to turn a t-shirt into a onsie and hide the stains.
I then cut the “noisy but cute” graphic section of the shirt out, keeping it as big as possible.
Next, fold the edges under and pin them to the burp cloth. Onsies are usually pretty stretchy, so strech them out and then pin them.
Sew the edges with a matching color thread, and then you can go burp your baby in style!