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20 Ways To Make A Baby Burp Cloth: {Free Patterns}

Posted By Tipnut On February 22, 2011 @ 12:03 am In Baby Goodies,Sewing | 7 Comments

Here are over a dozen different ways you can make burp cloths for baby. These are so simple to whip up yet so nice to receive, great stuffer for gift baskets and homemade shower gifts. If you like simple & easy, this list has you covered…looking for something a little more fancy? You’ll find that here too, enjoy!

arieleldridge.blogspot.ca

arieleldridge.blogspot.ca

Center Panel [1]: Pretty cotton material is stitched down the middle.

Frayed Edges [2]: Made with two layers of flannel (optional applique). Also see these lined with quilt batting [3] (template download included) and this set here [4].

sugarbeecrafts.com

sugarbeecrafts.com

genxquilters.com

genxquilters.com

Ric Rac [5]: Embellished with decorative squares and ric rac.

Easiest Ever [6]: Made with diapers, cute fabric and embellished with ribbon or ric rac.

diaryofaquilter.com

diaryofaquilter.com

littlelizardking.blogspot.ca

littlelizardking.blogspot.ca

Boutique Style [7]: Trimmed with strips of fabric and then personalized with machine embroidery (optional).

Flannel Covered [8]: These are nice ‘n thick.

sewshesews.wordpress.com

sewshesews.wordpress.com

lilluna.com

lilluna.com

Appliqued [9]: Cute idea! Use the word “burp” or anything else you like.

Fabric Strip [10]: Uses with polar fleece, flannel and strips of cotton material (great stashbuster).

stephjacobson.blogspot.ca

stephjacobson.blogspot.ca

jcarolinecreative.com

jcarolinecreative.com

Ribbon Fringe [11]: A ribbon fringe is applied to edge with Heat ‘n Bond.

Bucket O’ Burpees [12]: Cute idea to stuff them into a plastic bucket for gift giving (free printable label included). Similar to this one found here [13].

seekatesew.blogspot.ca

seekatesew.blogspot.ca

merrimentdesign.com

merrimentdesign.com

With Loops [14]: Features a little twist: a couple of handy loops to keep track of toys or binkies on the go.

Basket o’ Burpies [15]: Two variations, one has a strip of fabric on one side, the other version has the back fully covered with fabric.

projectsforyournest.blogspot.ca

projectsforyournest.blogspot.ca

thelongestyear.typepad.com

thelongestyear.typepad.com

Easy Peasy [16]: Made with flannel and cotton.

Contoured [17]: Templates are available to download.

cloud9fabrics.blogspot.ca

cloud9fabrics.blogspot.ca

craftaholicsanonymous.net

craftaholicsanonymous.net

Chenille or Minky [18]: These are luxurious using pieces of chenille, minky and flannel. Lined with batting.

With Manners Message [19]: Personalized with cute messages such as “Pardon Me” or “Excuse Me”, tutorial via pdf download which includes the applique stencils.

claresplaceblog.blogspot.ca

claresplaceblog.blogspot.ca

naturesheirloom.blogspot.ca

naturesheirloom.blogspot.ca

Cotton & Fleece with Ric Rac Edges [20]: Can be made with or without the ric rac edging.

Double Thick [21]: There are four layers in the center panel, tutorial via pdf.

knittinginflashes.wordpress.com

knittinginflashes.wordpress.com

lessthanperfectlifeofbliss.blogspot.ca

lessthanperfectlifeofbliss.blogspot.ca

Necktie [22]: How nice would these be for a baby boy! Made with pre-folded diapers, material of your choice and Heat ‘n Bond.

Banded [23]: Same idea can be used for kitchen towels, these are made with flannel diapers and assorted prints.

patches.typepad.com

patches.typepad.com


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URLs in this post:

[1] Center Panel: http://arieleldridge.blogspot.com/2009/04/late-night-postburp-cloth-tutorial.html

[2] Frayed Edges: http://www.sugarbeecrafts.com/2010/06/frayed-burpcloth.html

[3] these lined with quilt batting: http://homemadebyjill.blogspot.com/2008/01/burp-cloth-tutorial.html

[4] this set here: http://brandyscrafts.blogspot.com/2010/02/fringed-burp-cloths.html

[5] Ric Rac: http://www.genxquilters.com/2010/09/tutorial-ric-rac-burp-cloths.html

[6] Easiest Ever: http://www.diaryofaquilter.com/2010/01/perhaps-easiest-burp-cloth-tutorial.html

[7] Boutique Style: http://littlelizardking.blogspot.com/2010/01/boutique-burp-cloths-diy-tutorial.html

[8] Flannel Covered: http://sewshesews.wordpress.com/2009/07/29/burp-cloth-tutorial/

[9] Appliqued: http://lilluna.com/tutorial-tuesday-burp-cloths/

[10] Fabric Strip: http://stephjacobson.blogspot.com/2009/10/fabric-strip-burp-cloth-tutorial.html

[11] Ribbon Fringe: http://www.jcarolinecreative.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Store_Code=JC&Screen=BURPCLOTH

[12] Bucket O’ Burpees: http://seekatesew.blogspot.com/2010/11/bucket-o-burpees.html

[13] to this one found here: http://chickpeastudio.typepad.com/chickpea_sewing_studio/diaper-burp-cloth-tutoria.html

[14] With Loops: http://www.merrimentdesign.com/baby-burp-cloths-with-loops-for-toys-or-binkies.php

[15] Basket o’ Burpies: http://projectsforyournest.blogspot.com/2008/03/basket-o-burpies.html

[16] Easy Peasy: http://thelongestyear.typepad.com/my_weblog/2008/06/easy-peasy-burp-cloth-tutorial.html

[17] Contoured: http://cloud9fabrics.blogspot.com/2010/12/tutorial-contoured-burp-cloths.html

[18] Chenille or Minky: http://www.craftaholicsanonymous.net/super-duper-easy-burp-cloth-tutorial

[19] With Manners Message: http://claresplaceblog.blogspot.com/2011/07/with-baby-number-two-on-way-i-thought.html

[20] Cotton & Fleece with Ric Rac Edges: http://naturesheirloom.blogspot.com/2011/07/simple-burp-cloth-tutorial-wfree.html

[21] Double Thick: http://knittinginflashes.wordpress.com/tutorials/burp-cloths/

[22] Necktie: http://lessthanperfectlifeofbliss.blogspot.ca/2012/01/baby-boy-necktie-burp-cloths.html

[23] Banded: http://patches.typepad.com/notes_from_the_patch/2012/09/tutorial-tuesday-50-banded-kitchen-towels-and-burp-cloths.html

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