There’s a reason that this Baby Sleep Sack Pattern has been so popular. It will come in very handy in your home ..
If your little one is a wriggler come night time, you’ll be keen to whip up this Baby Sleep Sack Pattern. This is pure genius and allows them to stay safe and warm and snug as a bug!
This is the perfect way to ensure the covers stay on and you can make them in a number of different ways. This free pattern is based on the Baby Gro Bag (below) which is one of the top sellers. This will be a very inexpensive project and would make a great Baby Shower Gift too.
One of the ways that we have seen these Baby Sleep Sacks made is using a baby onesie as the top part and attaching a blanket.
You will notice that the pattern is actually very simple and most of the best ideas are not complicated! The best part is you will not have to worry about your little one catching a chill at night. Now that’s peace of mind! If you would like to purchase a GroBag, you can get yours here – Continue scrolling for video and pattern.
How To Make Baby Sleep Sack Pattern Video
We have included a video tutorial that will show you how to make your own Baby Sleep Sack Pattern. Another bonus is that you can make yours in a size that is custom to your baby. Many of the store bought versions are too big. To watch, click Play above ⇑
What You Need To Make Baby Sleeping Sack
- Soft Fabric
- Your Baby’s Outfit
- needle and Thread
Step 1: Fold your fabric in half and lay your baby’s outfit on top. With a pen, trace around the outfit, give yourself half an inch or so around and don’t come in at the legs, just the arms and neck.
Step 2: Cut around the trace with a sharp pair of scissors.
Step 3 : Create a straight stitch all the way around excluding the collar and arm holes.
Step 4 : Cut a straight line down from the center half way down the sleeping bag. This is how you get your baby in and out.
Step 5 : Turn it inside out. To decorate the sleeping bag, stitch ribbon along the length of the slit you made in the center.
Step 6 Place your baby inside of the sleeping bag and let them sleep safely.