25 Unbelievably Adorable DIY Baby Clothes You Can Put Together At Home!

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Dressing up your little baby with pieces of attire that you have put together all by yourself with a dose of love blended with style is quite an unearthly feeling. Even better when you can sew each of these adorable DIY clothes at home, that too with the most basic of sewing skills.


14. Bow Tie Drool Bibs for Boys

Bow Tie Drool Bibs for Boys

Introduce a dash of gentleman into your little boy’s personality with a lovely bib that features a classy bow tie, coming with a formal shirt appeal when it comes to the print and fabric of the bib. Those buttons in the middle add the perfect final touches.

DIY Details : makeit-loveit

15. Faux Vest Onesie with Interchangeable Bowties

Faux Vest Onesie with Interchangeable Bowties

The interchangeable bows on this luxurious onesie create an impression of donning a new outfit everyday, while that faux vest created on the front totally steals the show. What you are going to need is a vest fabric like cotton, suiting, etc, a pre-made onesie or tee shirt, some buttons, snap, and bowties.

DIY Details : makeit-loveit

16. Bandana Bib Tutorial with Free Pattern

Bandana Bib Tutorial with Free Pattern

The author calls this DIY baby clothes guide as the easiest bandana bib tutorial, and taking a look at the steps, you are going to totally back the statement. You need a sewing machine, scissors, sewing thread, pins, and two pieces of fabric.

DIY Details : applegreencottage

17. Ruffle Diaper Covers

Ruffle Diaper Covers

Most diaper covers seem to be too plain or even boring. Doesn’t your super cute baby deserves an equally cute clothing? Add a lovely ruffle in the same fabric on the top of the diaper cover and it gets instantly transformed into oh so adorable.

DIY Details : seekatesew

18. DIY Diaper Cover Pattern and Tutorial

DIY Diaper Cover Pattern and Tutorial

Elastic on the waistband makes it almost effortless to wear or remove the diaper cover that calls for a simple cutting, folding and sewing of a pretty patterned fabric. For extra touches of beauty, you can add a bow along the waistband.

DIY Details : creativaatelier

19. 20-Minute Baby Boho Leggings

20-Minute Baby Boho Leggings

If you choose to go for an old shirt to put together these baby boho leggings, you get an added perk wherein the hem of the shirt can be used as the hem for the legs. Just a matter of 20 minutes is all it takes to work up the leggings with safe little knee pads.

DIY Details : makeit-loveit

20. How to Make Knot-Bow Headbands for Babies

How to Make Knot-Bow Headbands for Babies

Add an endearing headband to your baby’s outfit and complete the whole look with a dash of style. Specially when that headband comes with a gorgeous knot bow on top. The pattern provided by She Knows let you make the bands on four different sizes.

DIY Details : sheknows

21. Free Circle Skirt Pattern: Super Easy

Free Circle Skirt Pattern : Super Easy

Go for a jersey knit fabric or simply a soft cotton one, we bet you are going to rock this circle skirt in both its variations. Another awesome thing about the skirt is the versatility its design comes with, letting you pair it with any tee or baby top just perfect.

DIY Details : fabnfree

22. Baby Hudson Pants Tutorial

Baby Hudson Pants Tutorial

Even if you consider yourself the most beginner at sewing and stitching, you can work up these baby hudson pants almost effortlessly. You need baby leggings pattern, fabric depending on the size, an elastic, sewing machine, pins, scissors, iron, paper, tape, and pen for tracing.

DIY Details : mesewcrazy

23. The Bapron: A Pattern

The Bapron : A Pattern

The back view of this bapron is as cute as it’s beautifully-shaped front. Although, you can go for any print of your choice, the dotted pattern is simply love-worthy. The tutorial also teaches how you can make the bias tape all by yourself.

DIY Details : craftinessisnotoptional

24. Baby Dress Coat

Baby Dress Coat

Keep your little one warm, cozy and comfortable in the most chilly days of winters with a home-sewn baby dress coat flaunting huge buttons on top and a lovely flair on the lower half. For the outer fabric, you can go for wool, bottom weight, fleece, or corduroy.

DIY Details : deliacreates

25. Boy Shark Hoodie

Boy Shark Hoodie

A bunch of triangular felt cutouts double up as the teeth of a horrifying shark that actually magically blends with your little one’s hoodie. Grey or dark blue are the best choices for the hoodie colors, but you can get as creative as you like.

DIY Details : seekatesew

Whether it’s about sprucing up your baby’s bibs with a touches of decor, crafting a skirt or leggings for them right from the very scratch, or simply working up an animal-inspired hoodie, the above ideas for DIY baby clothes has got you covered.

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