Baby sleeper pattern

Discover the cutest baby sleeper patterns to keep your little one cozy and comfortable all night long. Create a lovingly handmade sleeper with these top ideas for a peaceful slumber.
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This is the Baby Zip Suit pdf sewing pattern (Preemie to 6yrs) from the designer Brindille and Twig. This is a cozy little one piece zipper coverall pattern with a number of options. You have a optional gusset at inseam, optional mitts on hands and feet as well as a long and short sleeve style. […]

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Katie Smith
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This is the Switcheroo Convertible Baby Gown sewing pattern. And what a fabulous idea it is. The Switcheroo Convertible Gown converts from a baby gown to a romper with just a few snaps! With this convertible gown sewing pattern, you can keep baby blissfully sleeping while you switch from gown to romper, so you can […]

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Megan Teagle
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How magical and amazing does this Baby One Piece look with this crazy adorable Unicorn print fabric? If you may have some of this fabric at home, or you’ve seen it at your favorite store, then hurry up and get some, because it’s time to make a fairytale Baby One Piece. This Baby One […]

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Julia Hansen
Lapneck Gown sewing pattern. Comes with lots of options. For the neck finish on the Lapneck Gown you have the option of lapneck or crossover. The bottom features drawstring or knotted options. To finish the sleeves you can choose between regular cuffs or mitten cuffs. This gown has been designed to make night time diaper changes very easy. Suitable for advanced beginner sewers. SewModernKids Baby Sleeper Pattern, Girls Pdf Sewing Patterns, Newborn Baby Gown, Baby Boy Gowns, Newborn Pattern, Toddler Sewing Patterns, Boys Sewing Patterns, Newborn Sleeper, Gown Sewing Pattern

Lapneck Gown sewing pattern. Comes with lots of options. For the neck finish on the Lapneck Gown you have the option of lapneck or crossover. The bottom features drawstring or knotted options. To finish the sleeves you can choose between regular cuffs or mitten cuffs. This gown has been designed to make night time diaper changes very easy. Suitable for advanced beginner sewers. SewModernKids

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Zipped Footed Pajama/Coverall PDF sewing pattern with picture tutorial. Fits over cloth diapers! The Zip Coverall pattern features: Short and long sleeve options, and zipper down the leg. Use the pattern on knit fabrics—preferably medium weight. You will learn how to make the Zip Coverall in the included step-by-step picture instructions. All you need is the free Adobe Reader software to open and print the PDF file from home. This pattern comes with: Printer-friendly PDF with step-by-step…

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Kelsey Francey
Please allow me a little rant. I hate snaps. I despise installing them, and find them slow and clumsy to use on a squirmy baby. Admittedly ... Baby Sleeper Pattern, Baby Sleeper, October Baby, Sew Zipper, Pajama Pattern, Kids Sewing, Baby Sleepers, Garment Pattern, Boredom Busters

Please allow me a little rant. I hate snaps. I despise installing them, and find them slow and clumsy to use on a squirmy baby. Admittedly they are sometimes the best answer to a closure, but I fail to see how it is necessary to have snaps all down the front of a baby sleeper. They are also ridiculously expensive at the local chain sewing store-- I just paid $3.00 for 7 silly snaps (the kind you install with a pressure tool). Assuming you destroy at least one, which always happens to me…

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