Baby Changing Kit

Baby Changing Kit
Baby Changing Kit

You'll never be without a changing pad if you make this baby changing kit with this easy beginner sewing project. Try our baby sewing pattern to make your own.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

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mj aug 15,2012 I just finished one. really cute made a fabric tie. I would make it wider if I make another one.

Useful, simple project that looks great finished! I didn't want to bother with velcro so I made mine wider (about 22" finished). In one side of the pocket I can fit 2 or 3 diapers and a travel pack of wipes in the other. I then roll it up and fold it in half at the break between the diapers and wipes. Nice and compact considering you have the pad, diapers and wipes in there! Thanks so much for a fabulously fun project!

I'd like to know since when do we have to print all the comments along with patterns, that's just stupid!

If you do a print preview before printing you can choose the pages you want to print. I learned that the hard way too. The best printing gadget / app type of thing out there is the Easy PDF printer. It "prints" your project (or whatever you're looking at) to a pdf file so you can save it on your computer to print later. It presenst the file to "print" and you can choose the pages then by scrolling through it before you save it. I use the free version and it's fabulous.

This was the cutest project I made for my best friends baby. When I made this I bought extra Cotton material for one of the burp clothes and bibs on the "Baby Burp Cloth and Bib Set" listed in the "Bibs and Burp Cloths" section of the "Sewing for Baby" catagory. I also matched everything together by using some of the minky material to embelish a bib. Since the outside of the changing kit looked a little plain to me I added a really cute fairy princess patch on the opposite side of the velcro half at the top of the pad.


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