Give your “Little Mommy” just what she needs for the new baby - a jacket, booties, diapers, wipes with dispenser, two styles of bibs, and a burp cloth. Mix and match fabrics to recreate the latest trends in infant accessories. The diaper, bibs and burp cloths are all reversible. For the seasoned seamstress, the kimono jacket can also easily be made reversible. Use hook and loop tape on the jacket, diaper and bib for easy off and on.
This PDF sewing pattern is designed to fit 15" baby dolls such as Bitty Baby®.
Recommended Fabrics: Cottons, flannels, and other light to midweight woven fabrics
Main fabric – ½ yard
Contrast fabric – ½ yard
Kimono Jacket - 4 ½ " of hook and loop tape or 2-3 snaps
Small Bib – 1 yard of double fold bias tape
Large Bib – small piece of hook and loop tape or 1 snap
Diaper – 12 inches of ¼” elastic, extra is helpful
Booties – 16” of ¼” ribbon or 8” of ruffle elastic
Wipes - 15" by 7" white flannel for 3 wipes
Skill Level: Easy
What You Get: One 33 page sewing pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF sewing pattern provides full color step-by-step illustrated instructions and full size pattern pieces. A PDF reader is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete. Print copies are NOT available.Download, Print, Sew!
This was my first attempt at sewing for my grand daughters Bitty Baby. I am a quilter, but don't sew garments. The directions were very good and the pictures gave me confidence that I was following them correctly. Thank you so much for such a cute pattern! Her birthday party is tomorrow. I can't wait to give them to her!
I would have loved to get these cute garments for my dolls when I was young. This is a great project to make as a gift for any little girl who plays with her dolls. It had to be one of the easiest patterns to date. I made these cute garments many times.
This was a pretty quick and easy group of projects in one purchase. I made a majority of them. My only comment to help other sewers is reinforce the area you plan on putting the snaps for the jacket before you sew it. I made the whole top and bigger bib by the directions and wished I would have thought of it sooner. Either way my daughter love it. Thank you.
Overall, I was able to follow the directions given; however, the pattern for the Kimono was different than what was pictured on the website. The pattern I received has a "V" front not the parallel vertical front seen on the site.
Fun to make and so cute