Free Baby Sewing Patterns Online

Free Sewing Patterns For Baby

When we first hear the news that there will be a new bundle of joy arriving, mothers-to-be, grandmothers and other family and friends can’t wait to thread their sewing machines and start sewing for the baby. When you start imagining all the great gifts you can make for the new baby, it is sometimes hard to know where to begin and where to find free patterns.

Thanks to the Internet and some very crafty Web sites, locating the right patterns or instructions just involves a couple of mouse clicks. All of these sites offer printable patterns and many can be downloaded and saved for future use.

Adorning tiny little feet with booties is often the first thing we think about when we are ready to start sewing for baby. The free baby bootie pattern at New Conceptions is absolutely precious and easy enough for a beginner.

Be sure to include baby sleepers on your list of items you’ll want to make for the baby. The free printable pattern at Touching Little Lives works best with interlock knit fabric and is sure to be a real expression of love.

As the due date gets closer, you’ll probably start preparing the nursery for the special delivery that will soon arrive. Bundles of Love has excellent instructions for making a fitted crib sheet and making your own is often less expensive than buying one. offers free patterns for making a quick and easy receiving blanket and a Precious Peeps Quilt to keep baby warm when he or she is sleeping.

The Creative Life with Cheryl Fall offers step-by-step instructions for making a very lovely diaper stacker and if you are extra frugal or are a “green” family, has a link with fully illustrated pictures and instructions for a one size fitted diaper.

Babies start eating before you know it and the bib pattern at Chickpea Sewing Studio combines the practical with charming and makes sewing for baby a real joy.

Renee Boley is a creative fashion designer with Break It Down Design, LLC in Missouri and offers a variety of sewing patterns and sewing lessons for beginners and the well seasoned seamstress too. She has patterns and instructions for bath and beach hoodie towels and a fingerless bath glove that are sure to make bath time more enjoyable.

Suzy, a very talented mom has designed patterns for a complete wardrobe of fashionable clothes for infants from newborn to over a year old. Her free patterns include a fleece dress, two styles of warm winter pants, a stylish cardigan, and more.

You can purchase your fabric and notions online too if you choose. Most of the nationally known fabric stores including Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Store, Hancock Fabrics, and offer a variety of suitable fabrics for all of your baby sewing needs.

Whether you are a sewing addict, looking to save money, or just want to give a handmade gift, there are plenty of patterns to discover on the Web. Go ahead and explore your inner creativity and make something unique for the little one in your life.

Finished Projects

Bibs for Every Day
Bibs for Every Day
Baby's First Booties
Baby's First Booties

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RNMSN 7 years ago from Tucson, Az

I am very new to HubPages. This is an excellent "How To" and you have 'raised the bar' for me! Thank you!

Suzy 7 years ago

Wow, thanks for the compliment :-)

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Julie Posey 7 years ago from Wichita, KS Author

Thanks for the kind comments! I've been having so much fun sewing all kinds of baby things lately.

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marlenebr 7 years ago from Florida

Great site for those looking for baby ideas. I have put a link to this hub on my sewing machine hub.

LynnQ 7 years ago from Singapore

Cool. I like your hub with some pretty nice information there.

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sabbatha1 7 years ago from

awesome baby site. Thank you it will come in handy.

Tracy Monroy 6 years ago

Creating baby clothes at home is a great economical idea. Seems pretty easy as well. Those baby booties are just adorable.

scooper2787 6 years ago

So how do I get to the free sewing patterns? Everytime I click on the diaper stacker it brings me to some site not even related

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ladylux 6 years ago

Thanks for the tips. I'll have to pass these on to grandma!

suzy 6 years ago

I made the booties and they are so so easy and very cute.I do not need the booties so I give them to people I know that have babies.I love making this fun baby booty.Thank you so much


Sharon  5 years ago

I am disabled due to illness ND WOULD LIKE TO FILL MY TIME MAKING preemie gowns and blankets to donate to a nearby hospital. does anyone have free patterns for these items. If so please email me at Thank you

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RTalloni 5 years ago from the short journey

Looking forward to checking these out. Do you update these links each year?

Anshu 4 years ago

Extensive list! Thanks for compiling and sharing. I also blog about sewing and have written quite a few kids and baby clothes tutorials. Here's the link:

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