Grab an old T-shirt you’；re not quite ready to part with and turn it into an adorable summer sunsuit for a little boy or girl. This tutorial is incredibly simple (like under an hour simple) and the only materials you need are a T-shirt， thread， scissorspersonalized gifts for dad， and a sewing machine. I wanted to give my sunsuit a 1920s feel so I made it using a striped T-shirt， but you could really use any kind you want.
While you’；re digging up old T’；s， consider using the extras to make Striped Jersey Shorts and a Sundress.accent pillow case baby canvas home decor
Keep reading for the full DIY Summer Sunsuit from a T-Shirt tutorial after the jump…；
DIY Summer Sunsuit from a T-shirt
I had so much fun whipping this up that I made two of them. The first one is below. Start by picking out your T-shirt.
Fold the T-shirt in half. Lay out a tank top and pair of shorts over the fold.
Cut out the outline of the tank top.
Cut out a small section along the fold to create the shorts.
It should look something like this.
around the top and sides of the outfit.
Serge or zig-zag stitch the sides， legs， and shoulder seams together.
Flip right-side-out and stitch along the arm holes and neckline.
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Hi. I’m Sandra Clemons. I’m new to WeAllSew and excited to be here. I’ve started my business in April of 2014 as a quilt designer. Since, my quilts have been published in over a dozen magazines, such as McCall’s, Quiltmaker, American Patchwork, and Modern Quilts Unlimited.