Poncho-DIY.

2:08 PM nonibaumann 18 Comments

Like I told you now the Poncho DIY in Detail: 
It´s just so easy- all you need is a fleece blanket, 
(mine was from Ikea, as already recognized:), 
which I couldn`t use anymore because there was some carrot baby spit stains on it) 
---> the fringes of the blanket make a super cute hemline 
( if you have none, you can cut them yourself) and the fun part about fleece
you don`t even have to extra neaten it, so- super easy sewing!





HERE WE GO, YOU ARE ONLY FIFE STEPS AWAY :



->For the mommy poncho:  precut the pattern, 
close the shoulder and the collar on both sights, 
seam should be around 1 cm wide, turn it and make another to 
seams like marked on the outside), this time the seam should be around 7cm,
 the wide edges look quite pretty

-> For the baby poncho only close the shoulder and collar on one side 
and just the shoulder line on the other side, so the one side of the collar is open, 
this looks quite nice and also is much easier to dress for big baby heads:), 
close the side seams like in the mommy example on the outside,  
seam width should be around 4cm,
sew on buttons on the collar and front afterwards




JUST TRY IT AND HAVE FUN, you`ll love the results...

(a small supplement i was featured on the diy dreamer, I`m so happy-thank you!)

Have a nice weekend xxxnoni

 Linking up with:

 
Falling For Friday
The DIY Dreamer

18 comments:

Sunae Reilly said...

What a great tutorial! You both look so cosy in your ponchos. Thank you for following me, I am now following back :) xx

I know I said this in email already, but these ponchos are just TOO CUTE!!!

So happy to have you join our Falling For Friday link up!

just love // kelly

Kristin Cho said...

Hi! So nice to hear from you!

What a lovely family you have~ I am absolutely smitten by your little one :)

Looking forward to following you, your blog is beautiful!

Kristin Cho
www.lilyandlight.com

Okay this is stinking adorable!! I never would have thought to just use a blanket with the fringe! How brilliant. Thank you for sharing and linking up with Falling for Friday! Hope to see you back this next week.

xo
Dawnelle
Just Dawnelle

Hallo Sunae,
thanks a lot for stopping by...I like your space a lot!

Hi Kelly,
wow thank you! I`m definitely back on Friday:)...Have a nice week!

Hey Kristin, thank you so much!
I just like your space and the ideas behind it a whole lot, and felt lucky to have discovered it:)!
ZU, noni!

Hello Dawnelle...wow thanks a lot...yes and I think one can do a whole lot more things out of these, I saw some on Sale in Ikea this week:)...I´m definitely coming back on Friday...like the blogs of you two ladies a lot!
greetings, noni!

Christine said...

Oh WOW WOW WOW!!! Absolutely WONDERFUL!!

Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer... From Dream To Reality! Can't wait to see what you link up tomorrow!

Christine said...

CONGRATS!!!! You have been featured at The DIY Dreamer!!
Come on over and grab your featured button, you deserve it :)
http://thediydreamer.com/from-dream-to-reality/10-features-55/

Don't forget to come back to From Dream To Reality this evening to link up again :)

That's so cool and a terrific idea, love original ideas!!! Thank you so much for sharing and have to check some more out. Have a great day

Jane Craske said...

This is just gorgeous! I'd love if you popped by on Wednesday night and shared at our Pin'inspiration Party C:

Hey Jane, thank you...do you have a link? would like to check it out:)zu,noni

thanks for your sweet comment! was checking out your space, so beautiful ideas you have!zu noni

Wow christine, I´m beyond honored! This makes me so happy! Thanks a lot!noni!

LOVE love LOVE THIS tutorial! HOw cute! Found you via the GFC! I'm your latest follower! Thanks for sharing!

Oh thank you!and thanks for stopping by and following, now hoping to your space! many greetings, noni!

Sarah S. said...

I am just loving your DIYs. the little fox bag (I want to rush home and make one now!), those cupcake liner flowers (so cute for spring) and this poncho... so glad I have at least 8 months to make one before it gets cold again! now following you via blogloving and pinterest :) Can't wait to browse around more.