Monogrammed DIY Baby Blanket

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Monogrammed DIY Baby Blanket
Monogrammed DIY Baby Blanket
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Looking for a gift for your friends' newborn or a new blanket for your own little one? This Monogrammed DIY Baby Blanket will keep any baby toasty and snug with a felt-lettered face that will brighten up any nursery. Two-sided and cozy, this handmade baby blanket uses both minky fabric and cotton to ensure your baby is swaddled in the softest textiles. Your baby won't cry through the night when cuddled in this blanket! This easy baby blanket sewing pattern ensures that even beginners will make professional looking blanket perfect for any baby.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Sewn byMachine


Materials List

  • 1 yard minky fabric
  • 1 yard cotton print fabric
  • Felt
  • Two-sided fusible web
  • Pins
  • Sewing machine and thread
  • 8'' fabric shears
  • Rotary cutter and ruler combo (12'' x 12'')
  • Cutting mat (24'' x 36'')
  • Stencil for monogram


  1. Pre-wash all fabric that will be used to create the blanket. Use the rotary cutter and ruler combo to trim both yards of fabric to the same size. This tool will help you get perfectly straight and clean cuts, especially along the longer cuts of fabric, since the blade is attached to the ruler.

  2. Apply two-sided craft fusible web to the back of a piece of felt. Trace the desired initials on to the backing paper and use the 8” fabric shears to cut out the initials. These shears are great for obtaining precise cuts with fabrics.

  3. Add the felt to the minky fabric, and then, blanket stitch the outer edge of the letters.

  4. Place the minky fabric and cotton print together with right sides facing. Pin around the perimeter, but leave a 6” hole along one of the sides. Sew the two pieces of fabric together.

  5. Use the fabric shears to trim the seam allowance and the corners of the blanket.

  6. Turn the blanket to the right side through the turning hole. Make a top stitch around the entire edge of the blanket, closing the turning hole as you do so.

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