Alright, I finished these back in May, and I'm just now blogging about them (sorry) Anyway, I apologize once again for the less than stellar photography, but I gave them away and am therefore unable to re-photograph them.
I used patterns from one of my favorite crochet books The Happy Hooker. It's a great book for beginners and non-beginners alike. These motifs were originally quite large, but the great thing about making motifs (or toys) is that you can play with the gauge by using a different size yarn or string and a corresponding size hook.
I originally wanted to sew them to the onesies, but that proved less fun than just gluing them on (hehe). I used a fabric glue, and I said a few prayers that they would stay on during washes. Jessi--if you are out there in cyberland reading this, let me know if they were able to stay on.
Anyway, what do you all think?
Patterns: found in The Happy Hooker by Debbie Stoller
Materials: Crochet cotton string found in any local craft store (size 10 I think) and corresponding hook size (you can find a recommendation on the yarn package)