In the spirit of #sewnwithhart, Harts Fabric is spending the month of February making and collecting blankets and pillows to donate to our local SPCA! We put together a quick and easy blanket tutorial perfect for our four-legged friends! This blanket is super quick to sew and it a great size for fur-babies and human babies alike! Let’s get started!
Baby Project Tutorials
Caroline Hulse is the author and designer behind the brand Sew Caroline. She is a sewing blogger with a serious passion for handmade fashion, a sewing pattern designer who designs trendy, easy to sew patterns for women, and a licensed fabric designer for Art Gallery Fabrics (see her collections here!). She strives to create an uplifting and creative atmosphere that keeps YOU coming back. She wants to live creatively and for each and everyone of you to leave feeling inspired to create something new.
So today we are going to make a simple hooded baby towel tutorial that takes minimal supplies,
Hay Gang! Dani Here! So today I have a simple tutorial on how to make an easy summer dress for a small child. I’m honestly not sure what size it is in manufactured sizes but it would fit a child that has a 24″ chest circumference (Which is somewhere between a size 6 or 7)
You can really make it any size you need by altering the bodice pieces to the chest size you need.
Alright let’s get our supplies together!
Hey gang! So today we are going to make a simple skirt for a baby or toddler. This skirt was made for my daughter, Moxi! She’s about 23 lbs, just to give you guys a little scale for size! This can be taken in and shortened super easily though, so it can be made for many sizes! Alright; let’s get down to all the fun stuff!
Hey Friends! Today we are going to make an easy Diaper Clutch that is also a changing pad all in one. These are a super awesome item to keep in the diaper bag or in the car, you will always be ready for that quick change. I personally love to use it on the public changing stations, it keeps a good barrier between baby and the germ ridden public changing station. Also make a great, easy shower gift. Okay lets get started…
Hi everybody! So this week we have a pretty simple tutorial on how to make a bandana dribble bib for a baby that comes in super handy during those super drooly teething months. This is not a great bib to use for keeping baby clean while eating but if you want to protect their onsies from big drool spots these defiantly help. Makes a great baby shower gift too! Okay let’s get started.
These faux fur throws make a great gift idea! They are so cuddly and soft and they even resemble the real thing. I’ve see them recently at a couple departmant stores at the mall for over $100. I thought to myself I could make this for way cheaper, after all it’s just two rectangles sewn together.
So, I’m currently 7 months pregnant and was researching about the different kinds of wrap style baby carriers, and let me tell you… they are expensive! I love how beneficial they are for baby and mom but spending upwards of $50 for one just seemed a little bit much, plus they are all solid and not as cute as I would like them to be. So here is a tutorial on how to make one for way less. I chose a knit spandex blended fabric from the line Arizona from Art Gallery Fabrics. Fabrics that would work great for this project are: Bamboo Knits, Organic Cotton Knits, and Modal Knits. The organic cotton knits do not have as much stretch to them but that would be great for carrying slightly older children that are a little heavier, while the stretchier fabrics are great for newborns up to 1 year old.