16+ Sweet Homemade Baby Shower Gifts to Sew


16+ Sweet Homemade Baby Shower Gifts to Sew

Searching for some creative baby shower gifts to make? Sew for a baby shower instead of buying with all of the brilliant ideas in this baby sewing projects collection!

16 Sweet Homemade Baby Shower Gifts to Sew

Spring and summer seem to be new baby mania. Every few weeks or so, you find yourself marching off to celebrate a new baby.

It is an exciting time and what better way to spend a few hours than celebrating new life, eating cake, and giving gifts to a glowing and excited mom-to-be?

If you are looking to give the best baby shower gifts this season, you are in luck! Check out the best baby shower gifts to give on this page.

Our collection of 16+ Sweet Homemade Baby Shower Gifts to Sew has lots of ideas that will ensure that your gift will be cute, unexpected, and appreciated by the mom of honor!

Whether you prefer to give unexpected, crazy useful, or classic gifts, we have an option for everybody.

The best baby shower gifts are the gifts that are thoughtful and creative. The items that are remembered are the ones that show you care.

They don’t have to be expensive, either! Inexpensive baby shower gifts and unique baby shower gifts are not mutually exclusive.

If you have some time, some fabric, and a knack for sewing, you are on your way to creating DIY baby shower gifts for every baby shower on your social calendar. These homemade baby shower gifts are the best ideas on the web. You are going to love them.

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Unexpected and Creative Baby Shower Gifts

Creative baby shower gifts come in all shapes and sizes. Whether they are adorable little accessories like the No Sew No Shave DIY Pacifiers or brilliantly unexpected like the Greeter Deterrent, these DIY baby shower gifts are sure to impress.

Homemade Baby Shower Gifts Moms Need

Some things new moms just absolutely need. They might not even know they need them. The best baby shower gifts are the presents that give mom something she doesn’t even know she needs yet!

Classic DIY Baby Shower Gifts

There’s nothing wrong with just sticking to the classics. Moms always need plenty of options when it comes to changing pads and diaper bags. Help them bulk up on baby-raising must-haves with these DIY baby shower gifts.

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I spent one month working every night on a cross-stitch/sewing project meant for a gift. I found the instructions in a magazine - the title of the project was "Try This Simple Week-end Project" Needless to say, the project was much more work than I anticipated but I stuck with it and it turned out beautifully!

I made a Latte quilt back in the day and have over 200 hours of embroider in it. All done in satin.

I am sort of ashamed to admit that I have 2 different embroidery projects that I started in 1968 or 1969 that I haven't finished. A dresser scarf needs just 2 butterflies outlined, and a wreath of satin stitched flowers on a sheer table cloth. I had/have no deadline so they are laid aside for "sometime when I get caught up on other things". --If she who has items in the "in-basket" will not die until they are finished, I'll be immortal. OrahLee

I have spent months on a family quilt as you go quilt for my mom. I had simple coloring book patterns many years ago as patches for family members. We embroidered these and I had the family members sign on a white sheet of material. These were embroidered too. Lovely momento.

Can't wait to try some of these patterns. And enter the contest!

My go-to baby shower gift is always a blanket! You can never have too many!

I spent 8 hours working on a quilt. The end will justify the means! Almost finished

I am so excited to make the sock reindeer stuffed animals! I also make a lot of baby articles for friends and family and also to sell. I love to sew and try many new things!

I guess the longest would have to be my 1920's Farmers Wife Quilt. I made 145 different blocks. It took me 6 weeks to complete the blocks and 6 1/2 months to quilt by hand.



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