Stitch Up a Snuggly Sleeping Bag for Baby

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It Can Be Used as a Blanket and Play Mat Too!

What’s cuter than a tiny baby snuggled up in a quilted sleeping bag? The bags are practical too, especially when it’s cold outside.

We’ve seen several versions of darling quilted baby sleeping bags for sale.

The following version was originally found for sale on

Snuggle Me Baby Sleeping Bag

Snuggle Me Baby Sleeping Bag

This version was found for sale on

Baby Sleeping Bag

Rather than buy one, a basic pattern gives you lots of room to be creative in crafting your own. Plus, you can make as many as you want for new baby gifts.

The pattern (pictured below) by Tiina from Tikki London is very similar in construction to the bags shown above. You can easily adapt the piecing and add a bit of applique to make it uniquely yours. A thicker batting, like in those pictured above, would make it even more snuggly.

Baby Sleeping Bag PatternIt’s sized for newborns and infants up to 4 or 5 months old. Open it up for a play mat, or use it as a blanket, too, especially as the baby gets bigger. In fact, it will open into a crib quilt once the baby outgrows the bag.


Baby Sleeping Bag Pattern

New moms will love this, and you’ll have fun customizing the pattern each time you make it.

Click here to purchase the “Quilted Sleeping Bag Pattern for Baby.”


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