10 Sweet Baby Girl Sewing Patterns That Will Make You Swoon

Whether you are sewing for your own kids or grandkids, or need the perfect handmade gift to bring to a baby shower, kids projects are so much fun to make. They take very little fabric and can be as wacky as you like, because after all, they are for kids!

Below you’ll find 10 of our favorite baby girl sewing patterns, ranging from classic to modern. Download one — or download them all — and stitch them up for the littlest ladies in your life! 

Photo via Bluprint member Hello Dear Kids

1. Kimono Suit Toddler Romper

I think this Kimono Suit Toddler Romper by Bluprint member Hello Dear Kids might just be the most hip and modern pattern I have ever seen for a baby. Perfect for baby girls or boys, this amazing pattern is sized from 12 months to 4T. Make it in a classic plaid or gingham as they have pictured above, or in a fun novelty print. 

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Photo via Bluprint member Amelie and Atticus

2. The Fancy Dress and Bloomers

Every little girl needs a fancy dress from time to time, and this Fancy Dress and Bloomers pattern by Bluprint member Amelie and Atticus is the ideal party frock. Perfect for dress up occasions like family holidays, weddings and recitals, as well as for fancy dress-up parties too. Make this up in a princess fabric for the ultimate dress up party! Available in sizes 1–10 years. 

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Photo via Bluprint member See Kate Sew 

3. Gold Button Bloomers

If you have to cover the diapers on your baby, why not do it in something as elegant as these Gold Button Bloomers by Bluprint member See Kate Sew? These classic bloomers feature two rows of buttons, for a double-breasted or sailor touch. A really lovely solution to a practical garment! And made up in a navy fabric with a nautical theme, this can become a great pattern for a baby boy as well!

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Photo via Bluprint member Sew Baby

4. Prairie Bonnet

I am a child of the 1970s and remember firsthand my mom making me matching calico dresses and bonnets, just like these Prairie Bonnets from Bluprint member Sew Baby. These adorable hats are just as cute now as they were back then, and if you were looking to make a matching mommy-and-me set, you are in luck, as the pattern goes all the way from baby to adult sizes!

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5. Kids Harem Pants

For the upcoming cooler months, young children will need something cozy and warm, but also appropriate for covering their diapered bottoms. These Kids Harem Pants by Bluprint member Hello Dear Kids are the perfect solution. They are cute, practical and stylish too! Available in sizes 12 months all the way up to 12 years, this is a great buy as it can dress all the kids in your family for many years.

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Photo via Bluprint member Puperita 

6. Jumpy Reversible Romper

Reversible garments for kids are the ultimate workhorse and they can quickly go from casual to dressy by simply flipping the item around! The Jumpy Reversible Romper by Bluprint member Puperita is a great pattern for newborn sizes through age 6. This would be a great item for an active kid on the go — boy or girl — or for traveling, as you get two for the space of one!

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Photo via Bluprint member Tie Dye Diva Patterns

7. Reversible Open Back Baby Dress

Another adorable reversible option is this cute Reversible Open Back Baby Dress by Bluprint member Tie Dye Diva Patterns. A quick and easy sew, this versatile dress pattern is sized from newborn baby to 24 months. And if you like the bloomers pictured above under the dress, Tie Dye Diva Patterns has a pattern for that too.

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Photo via Bluprint member Amelie and Atticus

8. Clementine Dress

The Clementine Dress by Bluprint member Amelie and Atticus is basically how I like to dress everyday as an adult! But of course, it is so much cuter when shrunk down into a size meant for kids and babies. A classic sleeveless swing dress, it features an adorable Peter Pan collar and buttons up the center back. This pattern is sized from newborn to age 10, but sadly not in my size. 

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Photo via Bluprint member KB Stitch Designs 

9. Star Sleeper

I have many memories of growing up and lounging around the tree by the fire on Christmas morning in my favorite footie sleeper pajamas. Want to create those holiday memories for the kids in your life too? Luckily Bluprint member KB Stitch Designs has the Star Sleeper footed pajamas that are ready to go! These classic pajamas are sized for kids 3 months to 3T and are ideal for all the baby girls and boys you know. 

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Photo via Bluprint member Feathers Flights

10. T-Shirt Romper

Let’s face it, we all have way more T-shirts than we can really justify, and some we just grow out of. This T-Shirt Romper pattern by Bluprint member Feathers Flights is the perfect solution. I have never seen a pattern for this before, but it makes such good sense. Turn your unworn T-shirts into a T-Shirt Romper for the little kids in your life — boy or girl! And best of all, this pattern is FREE! Does not get much better than that. 

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Looking to sew something up for a little fella? Come back to the Bluprint Blog tomorrow — we’ll be sharing our favorite baby boy sewing patterns. See you then! 

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10 Responses to “10 Sweet Baby Girl Sewing Patterns That Will Make You Swoon”
    • Heather Wood
      Heather Wood

      What is the point of putting links to patterns and they all go back to craftsy.com.

      • Customer Service
        Customer Service

        Hello Heather,

        Thank you for contacting us.

        The patterns will be added to the site November 15th. I apologize for the wait.

        Thank you.

        • allyson.lummus@hotmail.com

          So I just joined today… A lot of patterns you have on not this just page are links that either not there or don’t work. Besides the classes, I’m a little underwhelmed.