sewing for baby
They’re cute, they’re easy, they’re inexpensive: what’s not to love about handmade baby hats? You can make at least two hats from one fat quarter of our knit fabrics, so you can have some on hand for friends or family. Download the free hat pattern and follow the step-by-step tutorial below or jump to the video tutorial to get started.
Stefanie from The Style Safari is back for one last DIY nursery project! Whether you’re a mom or dad-to-be or are simply looking for just the right gift for an upcoming baby shower, Stefanie’s custom blanket tutorial will show you just how easy it is to personalize what’s sure to be baby’s favorite blankie.
Searching for something to keep your little one stylish AND comfortable? This DIY Toddler Tee tutorial (free pattern included!) is guaranteed to make everyone happy. These are a cinch to sew up, and you can customize them to your child’s style. Pair with leggings for the ultimate comfy and crafty outfit. Check out the video tutorial below, or jump down to follow along with the step by step guide.
After many (we may have lost count!) customer requests for the perfect swaddle fabric, we are excited to introduce Spoonflower’s Organic Sweet Pea Gauze! From cuddly receiving blankets to beach cover-ups, our newest natural addition to the Spoonflower lineup is a 100% organic cotton double gauze fabric. You may have heard it referred to as muslin or cheesecloth. This gauze crinkles when washed, resulting in a breathable, textured fabric perfect for swaddling. For the best look and softest feel, we recommend keeping designs light and scattered. See how to make the most of your gauze in this helpful care video.
- 56″ wide printable area (142 cm)
- 3.2 oz per square yard
- Non-optic white
- Estimated shrinkage: 8% width and 14% in length
- Perfect for swaddle blankets, bibs, burp cloths, and reusable bags
Hello, fabric friends! Looking for an adorable and easy project that’s perfect for a weeknight? We love these DIY baby tees–they’re so quick you can knock out a bunch for gifts or outfit your kids in totally custom me-made wardrobes. And, as an added bonus, you can make one baby tee with just a fat quarter of fabric. Ready to get started? Grab your organic cotton knit fat quarter and some supplies and let’s jump right in!
If you’re more of a visual learner, Click here to jump down to the video. featuring Spoonflower ops superstar Tim. [Read more…] about We’re Going ‘Wild’ Over this DIY Baby Tee How-To | Video Tutorial