Learn how to sew easy baby bloomers in just 5 steps. This is an easy sewing pattern that you can make in just 30 minutes.
I love the sight of little babies wearing bubble bloomers. I feel babies would stay comfortable in them and it would look cute on little baby butts.
Puffy little bloomers are my favorites and with the elastic waistbands, they are roomy and large enough to accommodate diapers. These stylish baby bloomers can be made with lightweight or medium-weight cotton fabric in varying prints and colors for a baby girl or baby boy.
These DIY bubble bloomers can look great with any baby clothes. May it be onesies, tops or anything else. They are great for summer and worn over leggings, they can be great for the colder months too.
These adorable bloomers can be great a diy baby shower gift. You can make them with matching baby tops ( pattern coming soon) as a gift to your loved one’s baby! It is sure to become a staple in her summer closet!
This simple sewing tutorial will teach you how to make baby bloomers in just 5 steps. Just two pieces to cut and a few stitches to be made to make these great-looking bloomers. Also, these great bloomers come with a high rise for the back to give maximum coverage while wearing diapers and that comes as an added advantage.
Sewing these bloomers was a breeze for me. I cut up all three photographed here together and stitched all three in one sitting. In fact, these were one of the first items I tried during my beginner sewing days, and this is the perfect project for all beginner sewers.
So, grab your fabric and your notions and start using this free baby bloomers pattern to whip up awesome bloomers for your little munchkin.
I have many more free baby patterns. Here is a list of free baby sewing patterns:
Easy Baby Blanket with Animal Ears.
- Following the suggestions of many of my readers, the template has been edited and the finished measurements are included in the tutorial.
Easy Baby Bloomers in 5 Steps
**Skip to the end of the post for the video tutorial**
Finished Measurements For Different Sizes
Approximate finished length- 5.75- inches.
Approximate finished width at the waist (with elastic stretched)- 19- inches.
Approximate finished inseam- 1.25- inch.
Approximate finished length- 6.5- inches.
Approximate finished width at the waist (with elastic stretched)- 20.5- inches.
Approximate finished inseam- 1.75- inches.
- The fabric used here is 44-inches wide.
- The seam allowance is 3/8- inch unless otherwise specified.
Medium- weight cotton fabric for the bloomers – 1/4 yard.
1/2 – inch elastic for the waist:
16.5 –inches for 3 to 6 months and 17-inches for 6 to 12 months.
3/8- inch elastic for the leg holes:
22- inches for 3 to 6 months and 23- inches for 6 to 12 months.
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Step-1: Cutting the pieces.
Step 2: Sewing the side seams.
Step 3- Prepare the leg openings and the waist elastic casing.
Let’s hem the lower edges of the bloomer (note that the lower hem is also the lower elastic casing).
Let’s prepare the casing for the waist elastic.
Step-4- Inserting the elastic.
Step-5- Sewing the inseam
Let’s sew the inseam (crotch seam).
Find the video tutorial below:
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Isn’t this free baby bloomers pattern the easiest and the sweetest? Let me know in the comment box below!
Monday 13th of February 2023
You show how to make the bloomers, but you do not share your templates, at least I could not find it.
Friday 11th of November 2022
How would I adjust the pattern to fit a 3 year old? Many thanks!
Saturday 22nd of January 2022
Did you change your bloomer pattern?? the one i printed out last May had 6 pieces to it and this current one has 3 pieces... The one printed out last year is considerably bigger.. thank you
Sunday 23rd of January 2022
Yes, the pattern pieces have been edited for a better fit.
Tuesday 31st of August 2021
I entered my email and clicked submit and it takes me to a blank google page - what am I not doing so that I download the bloomers pattern...
Wednesday 1st of September 2021
Kindly refresh your browser and check again. The form should take you to the download page.
Sunday 29th of August 2021
Just making your bloomers, the elastic measurements seem way to long, is it meant to be cm not inches
Wednesday 1st of September 2021
The elastic measurements given in the tutorial are in inches. Just multiply by 2.5 to convert into centimeters.