Have you been looking for free baby sewing patterns & baby sewing tutorials that are quick and easy?
I have all of your baby sewing needs covered with this top knot knit hat pattern, leggings, flannel baby bib pattern and burp cloth tutorial!
If there's one thing I really love to sew, it's baby gifts! I can't get over the cuteness of a freshly sewn batch of baby hats, bibs and burp cloths. I love to keep a few of each of these on hand for last minute baby showers gifts.
Since I live in Utah, someone is always having a baby and this is the perfect gift to sew! Plus, I created all of these patterns to use on my own three kids, so they are tried and true!
For this project, I used flannel, cotton and knit from Riley Blake Designs. The girl fabric is Sew Sweetness by Tasha Noel and the boy fabric is Fossil Rim by Deena Rutter. I was really impressed with the quality of all of these fabrics and I was excited to be able to get three different substrates from one line of fabric!
These patterns are really simple to sew and whipping up an entire batch (3 Bibs, 2 Burp Cloths and a Hat) only takes about an hour.
Did I mention that both the bib and burp cloth are sewn wrong sides together so you won't have to worry about turning them inside out and topstitching? It makes for really quick and easy projects that are beginner-friendly!
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Don't forget to pin these images to Pinterest so you can easily come back to these patterns!
Jackie Rogers says
Where did you find the dinosaur material ? Its so cute!!
Kimberly Coffin says
Hi Jackie, the dinosaur material is from Riley Blake. There is a link to the fabric in my post. 🙂
Thank you so much. I am expecting my 1st grandbaby in Jan. And want to make her things, I bought the top knot hat pattern but have never sew with knit. Your photo Instructions are perfect. And info on sewing with knits. Thanks again. I'm a quilt sewing lady. I know cotton. This helps me branch out.
Kimberly Coffin says
Thanks so much, Rose! I hope you enjoy sewing these patterns.
Camille Alexander says
Which way should I print out
the double knot baby hat pattern-longitudinal or horizontal? It makes a huge difference in size. Thank you! So love your patterns!
LINDA TRACHY says
I like to have a pattern. Thank you
Deborah A Cassel says
I cant find were to print the patterns. Keeps running me around in circles on the site.
Deborah it looks like if you scroll up just a little all are listed in pink. Click on each one and then look for the supplies list and the pattern is there. (I just looked at a couple.)
The link to the baby burp cloth pattern does not seem to work
Where do I find the pattern?
i can't get it, either, but really need it.
Sharon P. says
I could not get it either so.....Think of a dog bone, Draw it and enlarge to the size you desire. That is what I did. I needed it for my 2nd great-granddaughter that was just born. I LOVE the bandana bib too! It is awesome!!!
Hope this helped.
Link for bib is not working
Karen Langfirld says
Very pleased, pattern I needed to make winter/summer bucket hat for an adult was no longer available. I did much searching because I like the sweet red poppy pattern the best of all that are out there for the reversable summer hat. After not giving up, it popped up and needed my name and email address. I was able to print the pattern that I needed. Very happy with 2 new great grandchildren and the hat looks so cute on the babies to keep the sun off their little heads and can be made into a boy hat with the right materials. In the Spring have a 1 year old girl, and a newborn, sex unknown till born. I will have a fun time making these hats and they use very little material and will use scraps from the baby blankets, crib sheets, bibs and burp cloths that I am making, nothing will be wasted.