Free Baby Toy Patterns - 11 designs
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A collection of the best free Baby Toy Patterns & Tutorials on the web!
Note: An asterisk (*) next to a project indicates that it's a PDF file.
Sew adorable baby toys with this collection of eleven free baby toy patterns gathered from all over the web.

And any of these baby toys would make a great handmade (and inexpensive) baby shower gift. And making a
stuffed fabric ball or fabric blocks can be a great way to use up those small fabric scraps you may have leftover
from other projects. And the fabrics don't even have to coordinate, which can give your finished toy a fun, funky

And if you want to be able to launder your finished baby toy, just remember to preshrink your fabric first so the

toy will retain its shape. And if your fabric is 100% cotton, you may even want to wash it more than once because
cotton fabric doesn’t always shrink its maximum amount the first washing.

And just remember for safety reasons, don’t embellish your baby toy with anything (such as buttons) that could
come loose and become a choking hazard.
Washcloth Puppets
1-2-3 Soft Blocks*
Cloth Blocks
Make It Love It
Taggie Animal
Homemade by Jill
Rainbow Sunshine
Chez Beeper Bebe
Baby Blocks*
Michael Miller Fabrics
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*Patterns marked with an asterisk (*) indicate a PDF file.
Sewing Quick Tips:

Tip #1: Always press your pattern pieces before laying them onto your fabric. Using wrinkled
pattern pieces can lead to inaccurate fabric pieces that don’t match up quite right and a
garment that fits poorly.

Tip #2: When applying fusible interfacing, you’re instructed to press down firmly with your iron
so the interfacing can form a solid bond with your fabric. To make applying this needed
pressure easier, try lowering your ironing board.
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