A few months ago I promised to put up the tutorial for the jersey onesie dress that my mom showed me how to do, and I'm finally doing it. Every time I went to JoAnns I would look at their jersey to see if there was anything I liked and there never was. So when I was going through my closet getting rid of some shirts that were either too small or too young for me, I decided to keep a few of them for jersey projects! Best idea ever!
Some jersey fabric (you'll need an 18 inch square for the skirt and a 5 x 8 inch rectangle for the embellishment).
Step 1: Cut your jersey to size: an 18 inch square. I cut mine out of a t-shirt, so I'll show you how I did it, but it's pretty easy.
Make a vertical cut 9 inches from the edge, and cut off the bottom. I didn't show this part, but also cut off the top so that it measures 18 in from top to bottom.
Tuxedo Ruffles from Sutton Grace (my favorite blog I follow). I used her tutorial posted here !
Step 1: Cut five 1 inch strips of fabric out of jersey. One 8 in long, two 6 in long, and two 5 in long.