25+ Baby Blankets To Make: {Free Sewing Patterns}

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Whew! Here’s the last collection of baby blankets to make, these focus on sewing tutorials and they’re all so lovely and gift-worthy! I’ve separated them into three groups…first is a selection of projects, next are a few ribbon taggy versions and last is a bunch for receiving/swaddling. Don’t miss those that are quilted here, crocheted here and knitted here. Lots to keep you busy, enjoy!

sew4home.com

sew4home.com

Set of Three: You’ll find versions with a Decorative Stitch, Ric Rac Trim and Bound Edge.

Cozy & Quick: Made with cotton fleece, shot cotton and jumbo ric rac. Finished size is 32″ square (though easy to modify if you like).

purlbee.com

purlbee.com

aestheticnest.com

aestheticnest.com

Heirloom Cut Chenille: Simply gorgeous! Finished size is a generous 45″ square. Made with quilting cotton, flannel and seam binding.

Flannel Strip: The picture doesn’t show this too well but it’s a “rag” style finished seam along each strip, so soft & cozy!

komfykountrykrafts.blogspot.ca

komfykountrykrafts.blogspot.ca

projectsforyournest.blogspot.ca

projectsforyournest.blogspot.ca

Simple Project: Easy and self-binding, top is a cotton print and bottom is a cuddly fleece or whatever else you like.

Easy Jersey: Nice idea, made with knit jersey & flannel.

purlbee.com

purlbee.com

sew4home.com

sew4home.com

Ruffle Edged: Very pretty, ruffle is made first then top and bottom fabric pieces (lined with batting).

Simple: Cotton print for top, minky fabric for back (lined with batting too). Topstitched around for finishing. Lovely! Another one found here.

mamastellato.com

mamastellato.com

thecraftingchicks.com

thecraftingchicks.com

Minky: No piecing or turning needed and the quilted look is made by sewing lines between the minky dots.

Monogrammed With Mitered Corners: Self-binding and made with two coordinating fabrics and a scrap for the monogram applique.

pinksuedeshoe.com

pinksuedeshoe.com

projectsbyjess.blogspot.ca

projectsbyjess.blogspot.ca

Reversible (for Car Seat): Design features slits at the back to slip seat belts and buckles through to hold it in place, sides have “arms” for wrapping, edges finished with bias tape.

He’s All Boy: Made with strips of fabric repurposed from men’s flannel shirts, cotton batting (or light cotton fabric) and backed with Swirl Minky Fabric.

thismamamakesstuff.com

thismamamakesstuff.com

donswife.blogspot.ca

donswife.blogspot.ca

With Perfect Corners: You start with two square pieces, one larger than the other (in coordinating fabrics), then attached together leaving one end open to flip.

For Car Seat: You can use a ready-made one or make one yourself, tutorial shows how to transform it with a couple loops of ribbon (or strips of fabric) and velcro.

workmanfamily.typepad.com

workmanfamily.typepad.com

happytogethercreates.com

happytogethercreates.com

Cozy Football Made With Minky: Too cute! Made with minky and backed with flannel, includes a file to download (pdf).

Felt Lettered: Personalize items by stitching felt letters (stencils made on the computer using font of choice).

comeonilene.com

comeonilene.com

sew4home.com

sew4home.com

Minky & Satin: Made with Minky (front), flannel (back) and satin for ruffles around the edges.

Patchwork: Shows how to assemble assorted squares (prints and solids) then back with minky.

noodlesandmilk.blogspot.ca

noodlesandmilk.blogspot.ca

Ribbon Taggy

melissasews.blogspot.ca

melissasews.blogspot.ca

Taggy Ribbons: Single square style made with flannel, chenille or minky fabric.

Ribbon: Four patch style made with coordinating cotton fabrics, minky or chenille…and lots of ribbons and ric rac!

tadacreations.blogspot.ca

tadacreations.blogspot.ca

craftblog.com.au

craftblog.com.au

Appliqued Ribbon: Made with a fat quarter of quilting cotton, dot minky or fleece and a wide range of ribbons.

Ribbon & Block: 4 x 4 square patch block, minky backed and ribbons along the edges. Tutorial includes instructions for a matching toy block.

modabakeshop.com

modabakeshop.com

Receiving & Swaddling

sew-much-ado.com

sew-much-ado.com

Rag Edge: Two pieces of flannel, rounded corners, edges clipped and frayed. Finished size is a 40″ square.

Easy Swaddle Sheet: Made with flannel and coordinating fabric for applique.

thelongestyear.typepad.com

thelongestyear.typepad.com

boltneighborhood.com

boltneighborhood.com

Softest: Single layer flannel, flannel also used for binding.

Quick & Easy: Made with two layers of coordinating flannel, rounded corners, topstitching in a decorative stitch. Finished size measures 27″x30″.

sewing.org

sewing.org

pieceandquilt.com

pieceandquilt.com

Self-Binding: Made with two layers of pretty flannel, very easy. Another is found here.

Ric Rac: Made with two layers of flannel and jumbo ric-rac (features an optional applique).

sew-much-ado.com

sew-much-ado.com

shannonmakesstuff.blogspot.ca

shannonmakesstuff.blogspot.ca

Swaddle Wrap: Made with flannel and features “ties” on the side for bundling.

Simple: Made with one square of flannel (36″) with turned under hem.

jcarolinecreative.com

jcarolinecreative.com

For pretty crochet edging ideas, check these out:

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Published: February 16, 2011
Updated: July 11, 2012

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3 Comments to “25+ Baby Blankets To Make: {Free Sewing Patterns}”
  1. Kristi Whitaker says:

    Thank-you so much for these tutorials. I will be busy for months!!!! ;)

  2. Tessa Bonvouloir says:

    Thanks so much for sharing, having everything in one place sure is great! What talented ladies you all are.

  3. Adalia Ortiz Leija & Samantha Villalon says:

    Thank you for the tutorials and the ideas for the baby blankets, with our grandsons and great grandson arriving we will be very busy making them blankets. Your ideas are great.


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