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10 of the cutest baby clothes you can DIY
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The babies in your life are going to thank you for your sewing skills. Okay, so maybe not the infants themselves, but certainly their parents will be grateful. From beginners to comfortable sewers, these 10 DIYs are absolutely perfect for the bundle of joy in your life. Be ready to be the best ever mom, aunt, or friend-of-people-who-just-had-a-baby.

Give em a leg up

Chunky baby legs might be the cutest thing in the world when swathed in printed leggings. Make about 12 pairs in a cinch using this tutorial. Break out the stripes, polka dots, plaid, and prints because you are going to want to see that baby of yours wear these in every color imaginable. Did I mention you are making these legging out of adult sized tall socks? Basically, half the sewing is done for you which means you have more time to ooo and ahhh.

One small step for Batman

You can only wear so many vintage superhero or band tee shirts in a lifetime. Pass on your beloved nerdiness to your baby with DIY onesies made out of your favorite tees. With a little cutting and stitching, your newborn could be wearing the lyrics to I Am The Walrus before they can even sleep through the night.

Life is a highway

Though this technically isnt wearable and isnt exactly for babies (more like toddlers), it still counts as cute. Cut up old jeans and stripe with yellow paint to make (portable) fabric roads. Toss a few pieces of road and a car or two into a bag and enjoy the silence of content children while waiting at the doctors office. (Youre welcome).

No shirt, no spills

Repurpose dads extra shirts (or grandpas for an extra touch of nostalgia) into the most fashionable bib youve ever seen. This tutorial is super detailed and will walk you through each step so you can whip out of batch of these in no time.

Teeny. Tiny. Toes.

Goodness, if tiny things are automatically cuter, be prepared to be stunned. These socks are incredibly precious and take 60 seconds to make according to this blogger. Turn your old socks into the most adorable way to warm up those teeny toes.

Thats a wrap

...A headwrap, that is. This tutorial is for a knotted baby-sized turban, but you are probably going to want to make one for yourself.

Upcycled cutness

Let the world know shes daddys little girl with this DIY dress. The tutorial doesnt give measurements but the dress should only take a few cuts and a stitch or two. Add a flourish with a cut out of a little bird, sailboat, or other shape to add some more personality.

Itty bitty fingers

Keep those little fingers nice and warm in the wintery weather with easy DIY baby mittens. A couple types of flannel will be sure to warm up tiny fingers in any weather and a little elastic keeps them snug. The tutorial helps you on every step, so you wont get lost.

A B C

While this tutorial isnt exactly wearable, but how cute would it be to have your babys name spelled out with a baby blanket or favorite onesie? Once clothes get too small, making these fabric letters are the cutest keepsake imanginable.

Burrito baby

You can actually purchase tortilla printed fabric to make your baby look as close to a burrito as possible, but any color will do. A yard of jersey fabric makes two very stretchy and soft swaddle blankets for your newborn (and it couldnt be easier). This blogger shows you how.

These DIY's are cute, but the best part is most of them can be altered just a tad to make adult sized versions. Hello, matching onesies!
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