Free Stuff Friday! Win a fabulous Babyville Boutique Grab Bag!

Happy Friday! This week I’ve got babies on the brain, thanks to my little niece who’s scheduled to arrive next month. I can’t wait to meet her, and of course, sew for her! My sister Wendy’s baby shower was last weekend, so here we are with the baby quilt I gave her:

sisters 300x224 Free Stuff Friday! Win a fabulous Babyville Boutique Grab Bag!

One resource that will come in very handy when I’m sewing for my new niece is Babyville Boutique, which is featured in “Cool Tools” in the current Sew News. Babyville Boutique started as a source for supplies for sewing cloth diapers as an eco-friendly alternative to expensive disposables. In addition to a variety of adorable PUL fabrics and other products, Babyville Boutique is also a great place to find sewing ideas, inspiration and information. Plus, PUL fabric has so many fun uses beyond diapers, including aprons, book covers, appliques and more.

So today, we have an amazing giveaway of Babyville Boutique products, including books, patterns, PUL fabric, appliques, buttons, snaps, fold-over elastic, diaper pins and more!

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For your chance to win, answer the following question in the Comments section below:

Do you plan on sewing anything for babies in the near future and if so, what will you be sewing?

Enter your comment by Monday when we’ll randomly select a winner! Good luck and thanks so much to Babyville Boutique! Be sure to check out their blog and Facebook page for more information on projects and products.

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225 Responses to Free Stuff Friday! Win a fabulous Babyville Boutique Grab Bag!

  1. nichole lower says:

    I am making 18 inch doll clothes for my business right now. I will be making my girls some skirts for summer. Also making my 2 month old little girl cloth diapers with baby ville products. I absolutely love to sew and craft.

  2. Madelyne Mullins says:

    I plan on finishing up Wrileys cloth diapers and wet bag!

  3. Anita Foos says:

    Yes I am making some diapers for a friend and a family quilt for my grandson! I am also going to sew some shorts for my grandson!

  4. aseamsosweet says:

    I think I’ll be making some “Baprons” super easy, cute, and they work great. You can get a pattern here: http://www.craftinessisnotoptional.com/2011/05/bapron-tutorial.html

  5. Letty B. says:

    I’m going to use some PUL and terrycloth to make waterproof bibs – kids can sure be messy!

  6. Amanda R says:

    I will be making diapers, wet bags, burp cloths and maybe even a few bibs for my little one that is due on April 20th.

  7. Heather says:

    I’m always sewing for my two babies, especially with the babyville products. Right now I’m doing cloth diaper and breastfeeding accessories to feature on my blog as tutorials :)

  8. Lauren says:

    I am in the process of making a batch of cloth diapers and embroidered burp cloths for my niece due in April!

  9. Mary D says:

    My newest grand son was born in Japan recently, so I plan to send some babyville diapers to Japan. I also plan to make him a quilt. I am also expecting another grandson soon and will be quilting for him also

  10. Kate Rogers says:

    We use cloth diapers on my daughter and I was planning on making some for 3 of my friends who are expecting!

  11. Milagros v says:

    I will use for my grandkids. Funnn.

  12. Becky Holstedt says:

    Sewing cloth diapers for my son…. this time around I’m using cloth diapers instead of doing the disposable route like I did with my daughter

  13. Ruth V. says:

    Yes! Teething bibs! We desperately need them.

  14. Chantay H says:

    I sew diaper covers and diaper from the Babyville Boutique set for my Grand daughter. Right now I am sewing a St. Patrick’s Day outfit for her.
    And one of me New Years resolutions was to learn how to quilt.

  15. Beth B says:

    I plan to make a few baby quilts and maybe a few puzzle balls for gifts.

  16. Judy Simmons says:

    Bibs! you know the kind that are tapered and have a snap on the end to hold a passie. One bib saves a mom about 300 times a day she does not have to look for that passie. We love them.

  17. Libby says:

    I would love to sew my own cloth diaper covers :)

  18. Alison H says:

    I plan on sewing a few spring/summer dresses for my 9 month old daughter. Espcially a few that will show off her cloth diapers!

  19. Suzanne Phipps says:

    I am working on diapers for my grandson.

  20. Misty Henry says:

    Diapers diapers diapers!! I’d like to try a tagged stuffie or two as well, but I’m a little intimidated!

  21. Jade says:

    I have an eight month old little boy. And love sewing for him and my two Girls.

  22. Melba Smith says:

    In 11 weeks and 2 days I will be a Granny. I am and will be sewing for Baby Layla. I am making quilts, blankets, burp clothes, bibs and diapers.

  23. Kelly Meyer says:

    I have 4 babies coming in the family and friends by June. Along with all the basics, I am also planning PUL seat covers for the car. Nothing smells worse than milk or formula spilled on a seat in the hot summer. PUL throws of varius sizes will protect a variety of things. I am also making a list of uses for all the baby stuff to make many items universal.

  24. Cathy Tolbert says:

    I have a new granddaughter who “needs” anything her Grandma is in the mood to sew!

  25. Emily says:

    Just for my 17 month old baby ;-)

  26. Elizabeth Wisniewski says:

    I’ll be making hats, bibs, and blankets

  27. Taylor says:

    Ooh, I love Babyville Boutique – I make cloth diapers and wipes, so I am excited to enter! I made my 4 month old a pair of baby leggings this afternoon, and plan on making her some cute skirts & bibs too.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  28. Linda Parson says:

    I will be making a diaper bag, with changing pad, bib and diaper covers.

  29. Angela Cianfaglione says:

    I believe that my first niece will expecting soon!! Can’t wait to get sewing, baby stuff for a baby shower like bibs and booties.

  30. Charlotte says:

    I just had a baby so there’s all kinds of bibs,etc. that I’d like to make.

  31. Silvia Wright says:

    Baby quilt

  32. I’ve been spending my week making girl dresses, embroidered onesies, bloomers, and what not for my friends and their babies. It looks like this weekend I’ll be making a professional football team baby quilt for my friend. I was thinking just a simple patchwork quilt and maybe his name embroidered on it. :) I need to make me some more onesize diapers for my son though. I was thinking a star wars one with hudden pull. We do OS pocket diapers here.

  33. Gloria Holmes says:

    I love to make baby blankets and burp cloths to have on hand for baby showers.

  34. Molly Miles says:

    Working on back-snapping trainers now.

  35. Keli says:

    I am excited to make some cloth diapers! I’m fairly new to sewing but am looking forward to making my little darling some diapers!

  36. Deann says:

    I’m always sewing diapers, lately I’ve been sewing a lot of bibs too.

  37. Michelle Smith says:

    I will always be sewing for babies. Clothes, diapers, wipes, burp rags, toys and more. The things to create will be endless.

  38. Virginia Darwin says:

    I’m going to make baby clothes for friends that are in ministry and do not have a lot of money.

  39. Cheryl smith says:

    I have a 15 month old granddaughter that I sew for and I just finished making her new waterproof diaper covers. I’ll be starting on a bunch of summer clothes for her soon-shorts, sundresses, and some cute t-shirts!

  40. Danielle F says:

    i have a big sewing list, my 12 week old needs more diapers made, i have burpers im working on, and dresses for daughter that need made. I always have a nice long sewing list. I love babyville diapers this is the first time ive ever used cloth and they look so cute on baby and my 3 yr old :)

  41. sarah holmes says:

    I’m making Diaper covers and AIO diapers for my toddler son and my lil girl that will be here in the spring!

  42. Heather Toczek says:

    I plan on sewing a whole bunch of baby diapers and covers, along with some doublers, liners, wipes and burp clothes. This is my first baby and I plan on cloth diapering.

  43. Wendy Fontenot says:

    I am currently making diaper covers for my 5 month old daughter. I plan on starting a blanket soon and also a lot of bibs. I am tired of searching for good quality bibs and never finding them so I am just going to start making them myself!

  44. Joan Toczek says:

    I have a new grand baby due in April And I have been and will continue to make things for him. Some examples are booties, burp cloths, bibs, diaper covers, stuffed toys, room decorations, embroidered clothes, cloth books, loom knitted blankets/hats/booties the list goes on and on-but I enjoy every minute of it.

  45. Deborah Zaleski says:

    just purchased some fabric from the babyville line to make a friend a wetbag for her diaper bag.

  46. I will be making burp cloths, bibs and reversible crib shoes. This is in addition to the 18″ doll clothes I am currently making with matching clothes for their girls. I also am embroidering baby blankets. The list goes on and on and I love it! Want to make some training pants for my little boy if any time allows! Thank you Babyville and Sew News!

  47. Pang Xiong says:

    SIL is expecting so we will be sewing diaper covers for her new bundle. Also need to make bigger diaper covers for my little chubby.

  48. Juli W. says:

    I’m going to be making some newborn diapers (using Babyville PUL, actually) for my baby who’s due this summer.

  49. Megan B says:

    Sewing up some OS diapers and doll diapers :)

  50. Due to my daughter’s sensitive skin I will be making cloth diapers in our near future! I love Babyville’s designs and have a LONG list of goodies picked out for my adventure in fluffy sewing!!!

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