Do you have a closet or drawer filled with t-shirts that haven’t been worn in years or that you’ve been thinking of tossing? I do! But wait – don’t toss em’, but instead make them into baby or toddler jumper/shortall like Heather of Feather’s Flight. What a great upcycling and memorable way to use those old t-shirts.
Starting with an average sized colorful or logo t-shirt (preferably a man’s ‘T’ because it’s larger and non-fitted) use a pattern (a suggestion is to use a jumper that you already have that fits your little one) and cut out the t-shirt. For the rest of the details, check out Heather’s very thorough tutorial. What a cute idea – right?! You could also take this idea and make a smaller t-shirt (from an adults larger shirt) for a toddler or school-aged child. To read Heather’s full tutorial, head over to Feather’s Flight.