Every little girl’s dream! A darling little place for her baby doll to sleep. This baby doll basket pattern from Made Everyday comes in 3 sizes, includes padded handles, a pillow and blanket, and easy-to-follow instructions.
I finally got around to taking some photos of the baby doll baskets that I made the girls for Chrismtas. These were so much fun to make. I had a great time choosing the fabrics and putting them together. A couple of late nights sewing, but it was all worth it!
They are the perfect size to tote around a baby doll, small stuffed animal, or in Kaylee’s case, her Build a Bear Dog, “Fluffy”.
I love classic homemade projects like this one. I am thrilled with the results and the girls are thrilled too.
When Dana, from MADE, shared her baby basket pattern on her site I knew I had to make some for the girls.
I seriously stalked her website until she did and was probably the first one to buy it! It was very well made. Pattern making seems mind boggling so I’m grateful for those who share their talents with the rest of us! So head to her site to purchase this darling pattern.
Fabrics were purchased from Joann’s.
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