Tutorial: Hexie lion pillow

Tutorial: Hexie lion pillow

Abby Glassenberg from While She Naps, and author of Stuffed Animals: From Concept to Construction, shares a tutorial for making this hexie lion pillow that is alllll kinds of cuteness.  It would be sweet in a nursery or …

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Tutorial: Minky crib or toddler bed sheet

Tutorial: Minky crib or toddler bed sheet

Shelly from Giggles and Beans shows how you can make a fitted crib or toddler bed sheet out of soft, cuddly Minky.  Minky comes wide enough that you could also make one to fit …

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Free pattern: Curved burp cloth

Free pattern: Curved burp cloth

Nikki from Nature’s Heirloom shares a free pattern for making these curved burped cloths.  The curved shape fits nicely across your shoulders.  They’re made from a layer of quilting cotton, with a flannel backing for …

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Tutorial: 30-minute baby changing pad

Tutorial: 30-minute baby changing pad

Marissa from Rae Gun Ramblings prefers a diaper changing pad with no fuss, no frills.   Just a rectangle of fabric, slightly padded, that makes a soft clean space for her to change her baby guy’s …

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Tutorial: Reversible petal hat for baby

Tutorial: Reversible petal hat for baby

Chelsea from GYCT Designs created this petal hat for her baby girl to protect her young skin from the harsh summer sun.  She shares a free pattern at Sew McCool for making one.  It’s …

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Tutorial: Scrappy appliqued message bibs

Tutorial: Scrappy appliqued message bibs

Terri from Crooked Whimsy shows how you can add a custom message to a plain baby bib.  You’ll start with a purchased bib (or you can make one yourself) and then use fusible webbing to applique …

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Tutorial: Bear Butt Baby Shorts

Tutorial: Bear Butt Baby Shorts

These Bear Butt Baby Shorts are so stinkin’ cute!!!  Tara from Girl Like the Sea shares a tutorial at The Sewing Rabbit showing how you can make them.  If you gifted them at a baby …

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Free pattern: Baby Got Back Leggings designed for cloth diapered babiesLauren Dahl from Selvage Designs and Baste+Gather shares a free pattern for her Baby Got Back baby leggings.  She designed this pattern to accommodate the cloth diapers her daughter wore when she was a baby.  They have a higher rise …

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Tutorial: Self binding minky baby blanketAshley from Make It and Love It shares a tutorial showing how you can make a cuddly soft minky baby blanket.  A self-binding technique, in which the back of the blanket wraps around the front, finishes the edges quickly and neatly.  You can applique baby’s …

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Free pattern: Sleeveless baby romperEmily from Nap Time Creations shares a free pattern for this sweet sleeveless baby romper.  The body of the romper is gathered on to a plain yoke, with optional ruffles sewn across.  She shows it on her daughter, but this would also …

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fabricchargingstationAmy from Positively Splendid shows how you can make a fabric charging station for your cell phone.  She says it also works as a cell phone pocket to hang from a stroller handle. The fabric pocket holds your phone, and a jumbo …

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Tutorial: Basil the Softie BearAmy from Nana Company shares a tutorial at eHow showing how to make a Basil Bear softie for a baby.  His shape is simple and lightly stuffed.  On the back, you can embroidery a label with the child’s name.  He’s …

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Tutorial: Baby changing mat coverAmy from And Sew We Craft shows how to make a cover for baby’s diaper changing mat.  It’s made like a small fitted sheet, with elastic around the bottom to keep it wrapped around the mat.  Changing mat dimensions vary, but her …

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Free pattern: Tiny Tunic with peplumJen from iCandy Handmade shares a free pattern for making her Tiny Tunic with a peplum.  The peplum is a variation on her original Tiny Tunic (free pattern here).  Neither the jersey knit bodice or the quilting cotton skirt …

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Free pattern: Soft rattle ball baby toyAbby Glassenberg from While She Naps, and author of Stuffed Animals: From Concept to Creation, shares a free pattern for making these soft rattle ball baby toys.  You can make them from two 5″ x 8″ pieces of fabric.  She …

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