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Free! Burpies: Part 2 YCST Project

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by Brott, Shannon Margaret
on August 1st, 2014

“This was such an easy pattern. I now make a bunch of these for every bib I make. The size is great and these can be made very quickly.”

Part 2 of the YCST Newsletter Project is here!

Hopefully by now, you've been able to download your pattern for the receiving blanket that was offered last month! This month, we're so excited to bring to you a coordinating burpie to match your blanket. We think you're going to love it!

When my babies were born, my favorite burpies were the three fold cloth diapers that you could purchase at any department store.
I loved their softness, as well as the size, and absorbency. I had stacks and stacks of them! While they were functional in their purpose, they were, of course, not fashionable in the least! I did have two or three darling burpies that a sweet friend had given me made of flannel and with beautifully crocheted edges-something I didn't know how to duplicate. I longed for a combination of those great diapers and the cute fabric!

With this month's burpie pattern, we are giving you the best of both worlds, where function meets fashion, and it's simple and quick to create! With one pattern, you can create several different looks, and we even directions for you to include a binkie holder along with your burpie. We hope you enjoy this month's project!

NOTE: Approximate finished size of the burpie is 16 1/4" x 11 1/2". This pattern involves machine sewing only.

Happy Sewing! -Shelli

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by Brott, Shannon Margaret
on August 1st, 2014

This was such an easy pattern. I now make a bunch of these for every bib I make. The size is great and these can be made very quickly.

by Babineaux, Andrea
on March 18th, 2012

Made tons of these! SO EASY! directions are clear! Great!

by Ferrara, P.
on March 13th, 2012

Great pattern and easy to follow instructions. Photos are great for me since I am a visual learner. Great baby shower gift idea.

by Maureen Martinek
on November 17th, 2011

These are darling. Thank you for sharing the pattern. I made five for my newish grandson. I used minky from a previous project on one side and edged them with fold over elastic. Now I'm waiting for a pattern for bibs using diapers. They're so absorbent and I think they're long enough for a bib. The burbies you pictured are darling. How cute would they be as bibs? Thanks again I appreciatee your generosity. Maureen

by Kim Keenum
on August 1st, 2001

LOVE them!! So cute, easy to make and did I mention cute!

by teresa seaman
on August 1st, 2001


by Lynda Murray
on August 1st, 2001

I needed to find a quick project for my daughter to give as a baby shower gift. This ended up being the best project plus one other one I found on this site. It was easy yet so appreciative. In fact, my daughter was just here to visit and she said her friend needs some more! Very simple and so cute.

by Cindy Longendelpher
on August 1st, 2001

I printed this pattern ealier in the week and have made a bunch of these this week. They are so EASY!!! and CUTE!!! They make a great set with the Receiving blanket pattern!!!

by Alie Stevens
on August 1st, 2001

Adorable, adorable, adorable! Both patterns for these burpies and the receiving blankets are well written with photos every step of the way, making is "sew" simple to follow along. These make for lovely homemade gifts. Thank you for these great patterns!

by ruth
on August 1st, 2001

Amazing. I am very love the ideas, the fabrics' and also the accurate work. all the honour. sorry for my english. i'm from Israel.

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