1.18.2012

Burp Cloths

I mentioned back here that my niece is expecting a baby girl. 
I remember when Chesney was a baby it seemed like we went through about five thousand burp cloths a day (okay maybe a little exaggeration).


This style were my favorite so Kathleen and I made four of them for her. I also mentioned that she is into Owls so of course I had to make one with an Owl, and I also love names on things so I had to make one with her name. :)

Free tutorial is available here.

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37 comments:

  1. Super cute! I would be interested in a tutorial. I see the applique, but I'm trying to figure out how you put that edge on. :)

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  2. I love making burb cloths. Usually, I just add a 18 x 4 in piece of fabric down the middle. I have tried applique. Think I will!
    Hugs, Jeanie

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  3. Yes, please do a tutorial. These are two cute!

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  4. These are some of the cutest burp cloths I've seen. Would so appreciate your sharing the tutorial. Thanks!

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  5. Really cute!!! YES, YES, on the tutorial! I have just ordered diapers (I live in a very rural area) because I am going to make some burp cloths!

    Thanks!

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  6. A tutoriL would be wonderful! Please share they are adorable! Your niece will live them!

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  7. Too cute! Would love a tutorial!

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  8. These are adorable... though I'd hate to have my baby spit up on them because they're so cute! I'd love a tutorial!!

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  9. These are so adorable. Now I am really going to want to buy a machine that does the applique embroidery :)

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  10. These are super cute. I would love a tutorial.

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  11. Hi,
    making burp cloths such a fun way was a great idea! They can be so boring and now you've put a twist on it, love it! Keep up the good work! :)

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  12. Where did you find the original burp cloths? I have a few like that (shower gifts) and they are the best! However, I can't seem to find them anywhere.

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  13. yes! i need to make some for my new grandbaby coming soon. thanks!

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  14. Would make great baby gifts! Yes for a tutorial!

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  15. These are adorable! I would love a tutorial. I have two baby gifts coming up that these would be perfect for. Thanks for the cuteness!

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  16. Love them ~ would really love a tutorial ~ I always need baby gifts

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  17. I would love a tutorial as well as the cute owl pattern ! Love it!

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  18. I also would be intrested. Baby on the way and burps will be needed.

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  19. I would love a tutorial! You can never have to many burp cloths and these are cute to boot!

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  20. Tuitorial PLEASE! Love these! Way to go.

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  21. A tutorial would be great as I have a niece who is having baby in June.

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  22. I would love to see a tutorial, but if there isn't time, maybe a pattern for the appliqués would be awesome!

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  23. These are so cute! Yes we would like a tutorial! I love them all. You do such beautiful work. Thanks for sharing. K-

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  24. For sure I would love to see a tutorial. What kind of fabric did you use. I have these towels that may work. they are like old fashion diapers the kind you had to fold up. Oh! boy showing my age. Anyway would love to see how you did them. I love em
    cathy
    http://cbrirish.blogspot.com/

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  25. Yes, I would love a tutorial, especially for the owl. My daughter is having a boy in April and would love to make a few of these.

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  26. I'd love a tutorial....I just had a baby shower and I have more coming in the future.

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  27. Please do a full tutorial as these are too cute!

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  28. they're gorgeous, I would love a tutorial on them

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  29. A tutorial is a must have... these are just too darling. :)

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  30. Would love a tutorial! I make burp clothes but always love knowing different ways!

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  31. I'd love a tutorial, they are so cute and my son is expecting his first baby so how timely is this...

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