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Top 8 royal baby projects!

On the 15th October, after arriving in Sydney for their first international tour, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced the exciting news that they’re expecting a baby! Soon after, Kensington Palace released an official statement which read: “Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very pleased to announce that The Duchess of Sussex is expecting a baby in the Spring of 2019.” Since then, Sew hasn’t been able to get enough of the royal baby info, pictures and pregnancy updates! So, we’ve decided to channel our baby fever into a blog post on the top stitchy projects to make for a tiny tot. If you have a little one at home or know someone who does, these adorable creations are guaranteed to be a huge hit!

1 Appliqué tees

Top 8 royal baby projects!

Brighten up a plain white vest with our appliqué motifs, which can be personalised with any colour!

2 Animal print baby bibs

Top 8 royal baby projects!

These fun bibs and burp cloths will make mealtimes less messy and are the perfect opportunity to use up any pesky fabric scraps! Whip-up one today with our exclusive pattern.

3 Fleece-lined shoes

Top 8 royal baby projects!

Stitch a cute pair of Mary Jane-style shoes from print cotton, lined with cosy, washable fleece. You'll find the simple tutorial here.

4 Romper suit

Top 8 royal baby projects!

This adorable babygrow can be stitched in just an afternoon, so you'll have time to make a matching headband, too! Get started on yours today with our super-easy pattern.

5 Liberty Fabrics vest

Top 8 royal baby projects!

Decorate a top with a Liberty print crown fit for your little prince or princess! Check out the step-by-step instructions and templates here.

6 Changing bag

Top 8 royal baby projects!

This oilcloth wonder can easily be wiped clean and has plenty of room for those ever-essential changing items! Why not create a coordinating mat and carryall for a fabulous set that will be the envy of all your pals?

7 Festive bib

Top 8 royal baby projects!

The royal baby might be due in spring, but that shouldn't stop you from creating cute makes for Christmas! Lucy Hopping's bib designs include a jolly Santa and robin complete with little legs – getting messy never looked so good!

8 Kitty cat shoes

Top 8 royal baby projects!

Looking for a project that you can whip-up in an afternoon? Search no further! These simple shoes by Ruth Oliver are guaranteed to be a firm favourite; you can stitch them in a non-slip material, such as suede, which is ideal for babies who are starting to find their feet.

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