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20 Adorable DIY Baby Sewing Patterns Anyone Can Do

This is my list of some of the loveliest baby sewing patterns I have come across recently. Sewing for babies may seem like such a waiste of time because they grow out of clothes so quickly! I know, been there, done that! But it actually feels so rewarding.

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I started making some basic leggings, harem pants and tees for Rahel when she was just a baby and honestly, I’m so pleased how they turned out because I found those to be the most comfortable pieces of clothing she had. Some of them didn’t last and got holes on the knees or got stains that only God knows how to get out, and at this point you might feel if it’s all worth it to sew at all. But a big part of the clothes I made is still in excellent condition and I can totally see our next baby wearing the same clothes.

I often didn’t even care about the quality of the pieces or that they were worn out fast as long as they were soft, cozy and comfortable. When you find a good and easy to read sewing pattern you will get a hang of it fast and it’s pretty easy to just whip another pair of pants or a shirt. I often also upcycled my old clothing and therefore didn’t have to buy any fabric!

If I managed to have a bit more time and energy I tried to challenge myself on sewing some a bit more difficult patterns for special occasions. And when people saw Rahel wearing a gorgeous little dress I had made, they always asked where I got it and I casually answered I made it on my own, and they were like ‘Whaaat?’ Lol, I’m telling you, it’s so rewarding!

So, go and have a look at these patterns, they are totally gorgeous, each and every one of them. Some of these are free and some you’d have to purchase. I usually don’t mind paying for a pattern if I find something that I really like, because I know it contains multiple sizes and often many variations such as short or long sleeves, different add-ons like ruffles, etc. So I can mix and match and use the same pattern for so many times.

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1. Lace Summer Baby Romper

01. Lace Summer Baby Romper

2. Tie Strap Playsuit

2. Tie Strap Playsuit

3. Basic Leggings

3. Basic Leggings

4. Ruffle Sleeve Onesie

4. Ruffle Sleeve Onesie

5. Peter Pan Collar Romper

5. Peter Pan Collar Romper

6. Stars and Stripes Baby Romper

6. Stars and Stripes Baby Romper

7. Sweatshirt Cocoon Dress

7. Sweatshirt Cocoon Dress

8. Girls Boho Romper

8. Girls Boho Romper

9. Criss Cross Pinafore Dress and Buttercup Bloomers

9. Criss Cross Pinafore Dress and Buttercup Bloomers

10. Harem Pants

10. Harem Pants

11. Loretta Dress and Blouse

11. Loretta Dress and Blouse

12. Melbourne Romper

12. Melbourne Romper

13. Infant Peasant Dress

13. Infant Peasant Dress

14. Summer Tunic

14. Summer Tunic

15. Baby Bloomers

15. Baby Bloomers

16. Linen Baby Romper

16. Linen Baby Romper

17. Ruffled Panel Dress

17. Ruffled Panel Dress

18. Hip Hop Romper

18. Hip Hop Romper

19. Footed Baby Pants

19. Footed Baby Pants

20. Vintage Heirloom Dress

20. Vintage Heirloom Dress

If you are already at it, see my previous post about My Top 30 On Trend Terracotta, Mustard & Cinnamon Colored Fabrics, to get an inspiration for sewing all these beautiful patterns. The list contains my favorite fabrics of simple earthy colors like terracotta, mustard, cinnamon, rust, deep yellow, beige and natural white which are so popular in kids fashion these days.

Happy sewing!

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