Baby Sewing Patterns – Free to Download
When there’s a new baby in your life it’s a great opportunity to try making up some baby sewing patterns, from cute baby dungarees to nappy changing bags, whether you’re sewing for yourself or as a gift for others you will love this collection of baby sewing patterns we have bought together. In addition to these free downloadable sewing patterns, take a look at our baby gifts to sew Pinterest board for even more inspiration and free sewing tutorials from bloggers and pattern companies – little fabric baby shoes are our favourite – so cute!
Baby Clothing Sewing Patterns
To date this very baby friendly pattern has been downloaded just under 5000 times from our website! Adjustable straps and snap fastenings on the inside leg make it easy to get on and change nappies with no fuss.
These shoes have teeny little laces too! Choose contrasting fabric to sew them up for this cute look.
Mary Jane Fabric Baby Shoes we love these cute fabric baby shoes – there’s a free step by step tutorial to make them up on The Cottage Mama Blog – thanks Lindsay!
Linda at Craftaholics Anonymous has created a tutorial to show you how to sew up a bib like this with a little pocket.
Baby Toys Sewing Patterns
If making toys for very young babies the safest thing is to renove any hard eyes and replace with embroidered eyes.
Anyone with a newborn would be delighted with a gift of a soft baby rattle – have fun picking bright colours that baby will love!
Babies and little kids love to have a familiar piece of fabric to twiddle, this little rabbit comforter has super soft ears, for added snuggliness.
The story of the velveteen rabbit is magical, this bunny has eyes – so it will be best to replace them with embroidered eyes when sewing up for a child under 3.
Taggy toys like this cute lion are a hit with most babies! Add extra interest by making them scrunchy too! Find the tutorial for this pattern on Sugar Bee Crafts.
Baby Change Mats, bags and cloth nappy patterns.
This bag is promoted as a weekend bag, but we think it would also work perfectly as a nappy bag, room for plenty of nappies, spare clothes, toys and a change mat. Bigger than a handbag but not too big that you’d feel weighed down.
Ashley from Lil Blue Boo has made a gorgeous vinyl nappy change mat, essential for changing when you’re out and about.
For any parents worrying about the environmental impact of the patter of tiny feet, this cloth diaper tutorial by Rae of ‘Made by Rae’ blog is great – there’s also some good info on cloth nappies in general.
Find even more baby sewing Patterns on our Pinterest Board – Baby Sewing Patterns and be sure to follow us for daily dressmaking and sewing inspiration.