In our small office of 15-odd women, there have been three babies and two grandbabies born in the past year. On top of that, my own sister is due in July! I am unofficially counting that as a baby boomlet.
by Melissa Colton
Alphabet Baby Quilt
by Erin Gilday
by Marcia Van Oort
With that in mind, I am pleased to offer you these five free baby sewing patterns.
To create the Woodland Cap by Melissa Colton, you will recycle an old wool or cashmere sweater into an adorable felted baby hat. Use a fun cotton print for the strap and finish off with an adjustable button closure.
The easy-to-make retro Alphabet Baby Quilt by Erin Gilday is a breeze for the first-time quilter. The colorful, oversized felt appliqué letters and fun-to-follow squares are sure to keep baby enthralled.
And the Baby Layette: Blanket, Bonnet + Jacket by Marcia Van Oort will welcome baby with all the best handmade details. The pieces are lined with flannel for softness, the bonnet is adjustable with a drawstring, and the jacket sleeves can be cuffed to allow for growth.
I hope you enjoy making these free patterns for all the babies in your life. Please download and share this Free Baby Sewing Patterns: Sewing Blankets, Jackets, and More for Babies e-Book. It’s our gift to you.