Are you feeling nostalgic about the summer? Me too! That’s why I tried to make the summer last longer by sewing a few adorable fabric sailboat toys. A wonderfully soft baby toy and a soothing farewell to an awesome summer. These homemade sailboat softies are a great (and quick) beginner sewing project and so much fun to sew! And UPDATE: there’s a free printable PDF template for you to download and sew tons of these adorable softies. Totally free!
This post is part of the FREE BABY SEWING PATTERNS series on this blog. Make sure to grab ALL of the free baby sewing patterns on this site:
Free Baby Bib Pattern – Comes in 3 Sizes!
Free Bandana Bib Pattern – Just the coolest dribble bib!
Free Soft Baby Toy Pattern
Free Pattern – Baby Burp Cloth
Free Baby Scarf Tutorial – With a Twist!
Free Pattern – Baby Sensory Toy
And there are so many more! Now, let’s first see how to make the perfect baby sailboat toy using the pattern linked below.
Fabric Boat Toy
This easy sewing DIY might keep your summer memories alive a tad longer. And it makes a perfect homemade gift for a baby.
Are you ready to make one too? Head over to Irina’s tutorial at Sew in The City. She’s made a step-by-step tutorial with lots of photos, perfect for those who’d like to make a quick baby welcoming gift. I’m sure you’ll love it, these fabric boats are an adorable beginner sewing project.
To those of you who are no beginners at all – and I’m sure you won’t need to follow a tutorial to figure out how to make this ship – have a look around. You might find a lot of other great sewing stuff on Irina’s site, too!
This softie toy is easy to make and fun to play with. Isn’t that a wonderful combination?
Do you want this boat template as a free printable PDF?
CLICK THROUGH TO THE FREE PDF SEWING TEMPLATE here at this link:
And just to be clear: in this pdf pattern, I am linking it to the original author (Sew in the City). It’s her idea and her boat. And her tutorial.
Why am doing this? To make it easier (and quicker!) for you to make your own cute boat toys. And to bring additional views to a great sewing tutorial that deserves more eyes and praise. Cheers to that!
Stay tuned for more pdf patterns, I’ll post them on this blog (or better yet, hit the subscribe button to stay in the loop. I’m drafting a few other printable PDFs in the evenings, while kids are asleep, but Shhhhh 😉
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