Bandanna Shirt with  Aly&Ash
Hello fabulous 733 readers! I’m so excited to be guest posting over here today! My name is Jax! I am a “SAHM” of an adorable little big and oh so cute 7.5 month old boy (Ash) and have a photography business {DoChara Photography}! In my “free time” I love to make all kinds of crafts, mostly things for for Me, Ash or Aly (my niece) to wear! And then I share all my templates and tutorials on my blog {Aly&Ash}! So let’s get to it shall we and make this cute Bandanna shirt! I got the idea when my friend Denise from Wallflower Grown Wild posted this awesome Bandanna Bib Tutorial
What you’ll Need:
Embroidery Floss
Wonder Under
Iron & Ironing Board
Pencil & Scissors
Step One:
Measure your bandanna. Just eyeball it, it’s supposed to be messy. Trust me!

Step Two:
Now you want your bandanna to have movement, not be “glued” to the shirt. To accomplish this place bandanna right side down on your ironing board and mess/crumple up slightly. Now iron your wonder under rough side down onto your messy bandanna.

Step Three:
Trim your bandanna to the appropriate size, flip back over and pin to the shirt.

Step Four:
Turn inside out and use a pen to trace where you want it to be on the collar, unpin and cut!

Step Five:
Peel off the backing of the Wonder Under, place on shirt, cover with a damp cloth and iron on.

Step Six:
 Hand stitch around the edge with the embroidery floss and you’re done! I chose not to seal the edges of the bandanna with fray check because I want it to fray a little…y’know go along with the whole “messy” thing!

Simple, easy & cute! I can’t wait for Ash to wear it!
Well thanks for having me! I hope to see you over at {Aly&Ash}!
Here are a few other projects you might like:

Jax comes up with some of the most adorable items for kids!  That shirt is so cute.  And one of my favorite projects is that hand towel cake! Thanks for sharing with us today Jax!