Baby Patterns Fit for a Future King (or Queen)
Here are a few of my favorites!
I love giving new parents baby gifts and tend to make more toys rather than clothing, since the baby won’t outgrow them as fast. The cute and practical Baby Ball Pattern by endulzar would make a fantastic gift for a baby about to go through teething. And it is a great stash buster, too, since all the pieces are teeny tiny.
Another cute and soft animal to help with teething is the Lachie Lion Plush Soft Toy Pattern by littlesewandsews. You get to admire the cute lion, while little ones can get their aggression out on the ribbon mane.
If you don’t want to commit to baby clothes, accessories are another great pick. No new parent can refuse super cute little baby shoes and hats. A perfect gift for a new parent is the adorable Baby Kimono Shoe Pattern by LenaV. This is another great stash buster and will no doubt result in tons of oohs and ahhs at any baby shower.
Of course, you can never go wrong with a super cute dress for a new baby girl. The Emma Reversible Pinafore Dress is so cute I want to make one for myself! This pattern, designed by Owly Baby, is a beginner level project and would look adorable in a fun print with a contrasting binding.
It is easy to find cute patterns for baby girls, but baby boys can be trickier. This classic Baby and Toddler Romper Pattern by shanphill1096970 is great for any season and occasion. Picture it in denim pinstripe or corduroy for the fall!
Check out all of these patterns and more in the Craftsy Pattern Shop! You may also enjoy the Craftsy classes Sew Little: Nursery Design with Vanessa Wilson and Kids Romper Revamp with Shelley Figureoa.
Come back to the Craftsy Blog tomorrow for a roundup of beautiful knitted baby blankets!