The company Primary, which sells affordable baby and kid clothes with no logos, animals, or sayings on them, might be on my top ten list of “Where was this when I first had a baby?”
I love a plain, solid-colored garment, and they are so stinkin’ hard to find! Primary sells onesies, leggings, tshirts, tunics, and more, all in dead simple designs.
(save 25%Â on your first purchase with my link.)
I love customizing clothes for babies and kids, and I’m happy to see there is a new source for blank slates.
I mean, one quick Sharpie session and that orange bodysuit will be a newborn Jack ‘O Lantern costume.
Here are six different styles of baby clothes decorating I’ve embarked on in the past.
Scrappy-style felt with visible stitching. (My friend Nila made the one pictured.)
Using iron-on adhesive to make a design with other fabric.
Buy and sew on a million cute buttons.
Tie-dye (linking to my friend Wendolonia’s comprehensive tutorials)
Use stencils and fabric paint. (I include tips on how to make your project not suck.)
A faux neck-tie tshirt with zigzag stitches.
Are you happy to see a new source for plain baby clothing? Primary clothes go up to size 10 for big kids.
Keyword: Freaking simple kid and baby clothes. Finally.