I am loving the lace and ruffle trend right now. But, let's face it, I live in T-shirts and Belle lives in legwarmers. Never fear here is how to lace-up both baby and momma with this T-shirt refashion and a pair of lace baby legs.
Next, cut four circles in descending sizes from the lace. Lay them on top of each other and place them where you want them on your shirt.
Sew! For the collar lace I sewed two parallel lines around the lace. I also sewed the ends onto the shirt so that it would lay a little more flat. Hand stitch or machine stitch the middle of your lace circle flower and you are done!
Lace your lace through the casing. The width of the lace should be longer than the elastic piece.
Fold your lace over, wrong sides out, creating a tube as pictured. Make sure that each end of elastic is sticking out of the lace casing before you sew the lace.
Sorry, I know this is really an inexact science, but do your best to sew your baby leg at a slight angle, so that the bottom of the leg warmer is smaller than the top. Make sure that you sew the elastic as well as the lace. Then trim the excess lace and elastic, turn inside out and they are ready for your baby fashionista.