Baby Doll Accessories and Printable Patterns

Recently I wanted a small project to work on that didn’t take up too much time. I found a couple of patterns online that I thought would be fun to try but then got thinking about it and how silly it sounded that I wanted to try to make baby doll accessories considering that we don’t have children. I also don’t have friends or cousins that are the right age for some of these things. Sean does have a cousin though that is the correct age and I thought she probably would really like it. So here is what she ended up with and it was all very cute! _DSC0771_2

This is a baby doll sized snuggler. It opens up and should fit a baby doll up to 15 inches. The pattern that I made for this is at the bottom of the post.

Secondly was a diaper bag. This was actually a lot easier then what I thought it was going to be. I thought that I was going to have a hard time creating this one but did a pretty good job working with it and didn’t have too many problems.

Doll sized diapers and a changing pad.

Burp cloths.

A hooded towel. This was a fun experiment.

This was a fun project and we were able to give these to Sean’s cousin as we visited them this past weekend. The little one was home sick with Strep (and thank goodness mom and dad decided that they didn’t want to share it!).

A couple of the patterns that I created because I couldn’t find them on Pinterest anywhere.

Baby Doll Snuggler

Baby Doll Bibb Pattern

Baby Doll Sized Burp Cloth

4 Responses to “Baby Doll Accessories and Printable Patterns”
  1. lori kearns says:

    will not let me bring up the printable patterns for the baby doll snuggler.

  2. Colleen says:

    These are great! Do you happen to have any instructions for the snuggler? I printed the patterns but can’t really tell what goes where..

    • admin says:

      Hi Colleen,
      I used the instructions from this one for the pattern that I made. The only difference is that the one in the link is for an actual baby. Hopefully that helps!


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