Free Pattern Features: Baby & Toddler

This week we’re featuring a few projects to make for babies and toddlers. First up is this “bapron“, the baby apron from Craftiness Is Not Optional. I love the idea of this apron rather than a bib. It offers better front coverage than a regular bib plus it’s harder than a velcro bib for baby to rip off and throw across the room (not that I have any personal experience with that…).
Update: This pattern is no longer free, but can be purchased here for $6.

Bapron from Craftiness is not Optional


If you haven’t discovered Grosgrain yet, they’re having a free pattern MONTH event going on right now. Today’s pattern is a cute baby/toddler hat designed by Prudent Baby you could easily customize for a boy or girl.

Sunhat from Prudent Baby/Grosgrain


And last but not least for this week, these adorable kimono baby shoes from HomeSpun-Threads! Make a pair to match the hat above or coordinate them with baby pants or a dress for a great gift set.

Kimono Baby Shoes from HomeSpun-Threads


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  6 comments for “Free Pattern Features: Baby & Toddler

  1. DianeH
    May 10, 2011 at 7:26 pm

    Love the Bapron – I’ll use the fabulous seam binding I won from you guys! Thanks very much.

  2. Verna Wood
    April 19, 2012 at 1:18 am

    This is the nicest bib I have ever seen. I wish I had it when my last two were little. My middle one truly needed this design, it might have save several outfits until I got smart and set her in her high chair nude from the waste up. LOL
    One question: How much yardage of binding did it take to around the out side and for the tie?
    Thanks Verna

    • April 19, 2012 at 10:32 am

      Hi Verna! This is actually not a tutorial Mary or I wrote, so you’d have to go to the link provided and leave a comment there to find out. I’m glad you liked the round-up!

  3. carmen
    March 15, 2013 at 11:56 am

    Love all the tutorials keep up the good work.

  4. April
    August 18, 2014 at 11:10 am

    I love the kimono baby shoes, but the link doesn’t work. Is there another way to see how these are designed?
    Thank you

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