Baby Swaddle Sewing Patterns: 20 FREE Designs

 

baby swaddle sewing patternsSwaddling is the age-old practice of wrapping a newborn up tight and cozy in a blanket, in order to restrict the movement of limbs. It helps to keep the baby on it’s back and makes for a sounder sleep with fewer upsets and tears.

If you have a newborn or have someone close to you who does, you're probably in the market for a baby swaddle.  Because styles and requirements vary, we put together this list of the best free patterns we could find.

Why A Baby Swaddle?

Please read this article to learn all about the history and ins and outs of the baby swaddle.

Why Do We Use the Baby Swaddle?

Check Out One of Our Own Designs

Here's a design we created to based on our own experience and on reader feedback.  

Free Baby Swaddle Pattern Easy Tutorial

Baby Swaddle Sewing Patterns Roundup

Here's the list of some of the best baby swaddle sewing patterns and projects that I could find on the internet.  I hope they are of value to you. Hover over the picture to show the title, click to open, or right-click and open in a new tab to keep this page open too. And don’t forget to pin it.


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4 Responses to Baby Swaddle Sewing Patterns: 20 FREE Designs

  1. Diana Diamond says:

    I absolutely love them but I’m not sure if in my country it would be usable because of our climate. But they’re very nice. I may try one of them though.Thanks for sharing them.

  2. Evelyn Evans says:

    I am in total agreement with Nicola Malee. I absolutely love the designs and will try to make some for the Hospital as well.

  3. Nicola Malee says:

    Love these of course I need to try some and hope if I can to take them to the special care baby Unit at the hospital so thank you so much.

    • Cherie says:

      Before you make any for the hospital, please take one and show it to the NICU manager to see if they can use them. Also, you will need to leave part of each side seam open so monitor wires, IV tubing, etc can be threaded thru. I am a retired NICU RN. As these are made on this pattern, they would not be very practical in the NICU as all babies have monitor leads, etc.

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