These homemade baby gifts are perfect for an upcoming baby shower! Whether you want to DIY your next shower gift or give a pretty new homemade item， you can do it quickly!
When I started learning how to sew a few years ago， it was out of necessity. We were expecting our little guy in a few months and I didn’；t want to spend a lot of money on cute baby items that we’；d only need for a few months! Plusbed pillow covers， I wanted pretty prints that looked cute and were functional. In the big box stores， those were hard to find together.burlap pillow cover diy
Another bonus for learning how to sew cutehomemade items for Owen？ I was able to monogram all the things. It’；s a trait I fell hard for when we lived along the Gulf Coast. #MonogramItAll
If you are learning how to sew， I encourage you to give these cute little homemade baby gifts a try. They are all perfect for beginners and totally useful!
Homemade Baby Burp Cloths
Minky Baby Blankets
Quick Baby Blankets
Applique Baby Blankets
Personalized T-Shirts or Onesies
…；and new moms always need more than just the first 9 months of baby gear! Prep them with these quick &； easy toddler aged homemade gifts…；
Cute Hooded Towels
Lightweight Summer Blankets
Super Soft Flannel Blanket
Don’；t have enough time to make your own handmade baby gifts？ No worries! I found some beautiful homemade baby gifts that you can skip making and simply wrap up![show_boutique_widget id=”；740440″；]Here is a beautiful and homemade present for your next shower! Whether you make them yourself or buy a pretty homemade gift， you’；ll be giving her a gift she’；ll love!
OK, maybe theTen-Minute Onesie Dress took more than ten minutes, or so I’ve heard. We hear you when you tell us that sometimes we say things are super easy, but you’re new to sewing so you disagree. So to that end, I set out to create a DIY that would be about as simple as it could possibly get and still be a sewing project that you would totally use and be kinda cute. Here it is, a super simple wrap skirt. This is a great project for trying out bias tape for the first time, so seriously, buy some double fold bias tape and make this, and then you will understand bias tape so you can make a Reversible Baby Bib or an Oilcloth Art Smock or a Swingy Summer Tank Top or what have you.I couldn’t resist posting this face. And hey, while you’re at it, make a bigger one for yourself.Get the full Super Simple Wrap Skirt tutorial after the jump…Super Simple Wrap Skirt Tutorial
The Reverse pattern foot #1D used in conjunction with Dual Feed is a great, all-purpose foot; I use it for mending, sewing pillows or garments where I need to use a zig-zag in conjunction with straight stitching, and for sewing simple decorative stitches. Here’s a quick tip for adding a bit of decorative stitching to the back of jeans, a little personal touch my daughter really loves.
?A blog post from Carousel Designs’ marketing director, Leah Sicat