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Free pattern: The Perfect Baby Burp Cloth

Deby from So Sew Easy shares a free pattern for The Perfect Baby Burp Cloth. That’s what she calls her pattern, and given the description I think she’s right. It’s wider and sho…

Kelli from The Willow Market has a tutorial for making a patchwork baby burp cloth. The back is made from an absorbent terry cloth. The patchwork is optional. You can use a single piece of fabric and

Tutorial: Patchwork baby burp cloth (Craft Gossip)

Kelli from The Willow Market has a tutorial for making a patchwork baby burp cloth. The back is made from an absorbent terry cloth. The patchwork is optional. You can use a single piece of fabric and

She's {kinda} Crafty: Baby Boy {Burp} Cloths!

Baby Burp Cloths The most difficult part of these was the ric rac. If it's not big enough, you will need to hand stitch it to the fabric every couple bumps to keep it connected when you sew the fabric to the burp rag

This is the best burp cloth tutorial I have seen, and I have tried a few!

TUTORIAL: Burp Cloth Gift Sets Someone out there wants to make these for me I just know it!) Got a bunch as a gift for Logan and they were AMAZING.

A beautiful gift set including 3 burp cloths, 3 all purpose wrap/swaddle blankets, and 3 matching knot headbands. Great for beginner sewers!

Newborn Coordinating Gift Set A beautiful gift set including 3 burp cloths, 3 all purpose wrap/swaddle blankets, and 3 matching knot headbands. Great for beginner sewers!

Cherie from I Am Momma, Hear Me Roar shows how to use a wide printed ribbon as an easy embellishment for burp cloths.  Go to her tutorial. [photo from I Am Momma, Hear Me Roar]

Cherie from I Am Momma, Hear Me Roar shows how to use a wide printed ribbon as an easy embellishment for burp cloths. [photo from I Am Momma, Hear Me Roar]

Melissa from Polkadot Chair shows how you can make the sweetest burp cloths using vintage handkerchiefs.  They are backed with a soft and absorbent chenille and trimmed with ric rac around the edge…

Melissa from Polkadot Chair shows how you can make the sweetest burp cloths using vintage handkerchiefs. They are backed with a soft and absorbent chenille and trimmed with ric rac around the edge…

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