How to Make Baby Burpies – Free Project!

by Shelli on April 23, 2009

This month, we’re excited to bring to you a coordinating burpie to match your blanket. We think you’re going to love it!

When my babies were born, my favorite burpies were the three fold cloth diapers that you could purchase at any department store.I loved their softness, as well as the size, and absorbency. I had stacks and stacks of them! While they were functional in their purpose, they were, of course, not fashionable in the least! I did have two or three darling burpies that a sweet friend had given me made of flannel and with beautifully crocheted edges–something I didn’t know how to duplicate. I longed for a combination of those great diapers and the cute fabric!

With this month’s burpie pattern, we are giving you the best of both worlds, where function meets fashion, and it’s simple and quick to create! With one pattern, you can create several different looks, and we even directions for you to include a binkie holder along with your burpie. We hope you enjoy this month’s project!

Download your free baby burpie project here.

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{ 5 comments }

1 Melanie 04.24.09 at 10:30 am

Thank You For answering my questions .. :)

Having a great day! I think I’m in the mood for sum more sewing fun …

2 Carlotta 04.24.09 at 2:02 pm

Oh wow, this is a great project. I used to make burpies all the time.
~Tootles for now!

3 Kris 04.24.09 at 6:35 pm

I LOVE these burpies! They’re gorgeous and I can’t wait to try out the pattern and maybe even add some embroidery! Thank you so much for always making such excellent tutorials!

4 Sweet Serendipity 04.26.09 at 6:11 am

Just found your site and I love it! Thank you for all the wonderful tips and resources.

5 Courtney @ Sister To Sister 04.28.09 at 10:01 am

I LOVE how you did this! Very cute!

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