How To Make Baby Burp Cloths
How To Make Baby Burp Cloths
Materials for 3 Burp Cloths:
1/2 yard of flannel fabric
Lace or other trim (rick rack or ribbon)
Cut flannel to size of diaper. The diapers I had measured 14 inches by 17 inches.
Then cut trim the width of your fabric. If you are using lace add an extra 1 ½ inches for turning under.
Next baste the lace along the top and bottom with right sides together. If you are using rick rack or ribbon, sew it in place in the location you desire.
After your trim is basted, fold the ends of the trim under and sew the seam.
Pin the edge of the trim down so it doesn’t get caught in your side seam.
With right sides together, pin the flannel to the diaper.
Sew around the edge using ¼ inch seam. I used a zigzag stitch to prevent the flannel from fraying. Leave an opening for turning.
Turn right side out through the opening. Then iron edges down, turning the open seam inward.
Finally, use an edge stitching all the way around, closing the open seam as you sew.
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Such a beautiful and useful baby gift.
What a lovely stash buster! These burp cloths are beautiful! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures
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These are so darling. I will remember this idea if I need a baby shower gift.
Roseann, those are so sweet, and fun to use with baby. Love the eyelet trim you used, which makes everything pretty!
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Burp cloths are such a useful gift. I used them all the time will my spilly babies. Thanks for sharing your cute version. 🙂
These are so cute and perfect for a baby shower gift.
So much fun!! Love this link up 🙂
thank you so much for this DIY!will surely make my gift more personal!
These are adorable. And so simple to make.
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These are so cute!! I have a 4 month old great niece and would love to make some for her!
Oh, this makes me miss the baby stage. Nice job!
Adorable and a super baby gift. You can never have too many burp cloths. Glad we were in the challenge together.
A very dear friend of me is expecting her first girl. Now I know what I’ll be making for her. She’ll absolutely adore the Little ruffles. Thank you so much for sharing.
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Such a sweet destash idea! Pinned!
What a lovely gift idea for a new mom! These are so pretty, and so practical too. Pinning and tweeting. Thank you for being a part of The Hearth and Soul Link Party, Roseann! Have a lovely weekend!
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Definitely great gift idea. Thanks for sharing at the To Grandma’s House We Go DIY, Crafts, Recipes and more link party!
My kids have a school project coming up and they want to make these burps and ship them to relief centers. What kind of fabric should I buy for this burps?
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I used flannel for the front and cloth diapers for the back.
Darling! I’ve made burp cloths for baby gifts before, but never with a ruffle.
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