30 May, 2013

Baby Dino pattern

If you like the baby dinosaur toy I made for the auction, now you can make your very own for someone you love. Here is the Baby Dino sewing pattern.  Please let me know if you make him! I want to hear how many other baby dinos there are out there in the world (:

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69 comments:

  1. Sooo cute! Found this on pinterest. ..making it right now for my baby. Coincidentally i have the same fabric laying around! :)

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    1. Thank you for leaving a comment letting me know! This fabric was one of few out there cute for boys... Hope you have fun with your Dino.

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  2. ADORABLE! I saw it on pinterest but it kept going to a weird website. I googled and googled until I found your original post. I have a couple of friends having babies - can't wait to make! :)

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  3. What a great little project! I made this today for my almost-2-year-old out of yellow fabric with coordinating yellow, green, light orange, and blue ribbons. Took *maybe* an hour and it turned out so cute that it's definitely going into the baby gift rotation. Thank you!

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    2. Oh I'm so glad to hear it!

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  4. Katy, Manchester, UK.July 6, 2013 at 10:46 AM

    Awesome...what a sweet idea. Two of my nephews are having a dinosaur birthday party in a few weeks and I was looking for something so their baby siblings can get involved...this is perfect!

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  5. dear Kristen! I have my shop on etsy.com . Can I sale sensory toys, made from your pattern in my the etsy shop??

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    1. Liana, thank you for asking; that would be just fine by me! I look forward to seeing your baby dinos.

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  6. So adorable. I'm going to make one for my little one to be. I'm going to put a jingle bell inside so he rattles.

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  7. Eu amei, e compartilhei para as mamães no meu Blog, é lindo... Bjs
    Vivi e isaac

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  8. hi there! very sweet!
    i want to make one (or two or three... it's a real baby boom around me this days).
    i have a question- is the fabric a regular cotton or with stretch? (hope i use the terms correct. english is not my mother tongue).
    THANX!
    GAL

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  9. It's so beauty! Hello My name is Virag, and I'm from Hungary. I'm going to make some dino to the kindergarten. I'll send you photos when I'm done. Thanx!!

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  10. I found this through "I sew for free" email. Several little boys in the family right now, and I am going to try to make about 10 of these for Christmas gifts, to great nephews and ggreat nephews.
    Cheryl

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  11. Hi- I saw this cute dino on Pinterest and plan to make it for my baby to be! Thanks for the inspiration and pattern, I will send you a pic once it's made!

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  12. Hi- Thanks for the cute pattern (I saw it on pinterest) I will share a picture once I have mine done!

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  13. I've made Mr Dino with great success! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  14. Hi! Found this when googling "dinosaur patterns" as I want to make a toy for my 16month old son who, in a house of big sisters, has somehow become dinosaur obsessed! And this pattern is perfect for a novice sewer. If it turns out am planning one for my new nephew and friend's first baby... Thank you!

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  15. Hi! I found your cure Baby dino via Pinterest as well, and it is so easy to make :) Here is my first (def not last ;)) version: http://lilyseas.blogspot.nl/2013/10/baby-dino.html. Thanks for the pattern!

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  16. Muchas gracias por compartir el tutorial de este precioso juguete en Pinterest
    y ser tan generosos al acompañar a esta hermosa nena

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  17. Just made two of these for my girls. I used very large ric-rac along the back for spikes! Then filled with rice to make a bean bag toy. Very fun!! Thanks so much for the pattern, we will use it again for gifts.

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  18. Found on pinterest and I LOVE it! making for my baby for Christmas!

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  19. Here are the ones I've made! Cute! Thanks for the pattern http://ajsantics.blogspot.com.au/2013/10/blogtoberfest13-28-baby-dino.html

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  20. I would like to make this. Can you please just explain how you did the ribbon part? Thank so much. Super cute. Perfect for my little nephews!

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  21. Hello! I love this pattern and would like to make it. Can you please just explain how you did the ribbon part? Thank so much. I'll post pics when I'm done. :)

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  22. Love this little Dino. Making it for my baby who will be exactly 11 months old on Christmas. Perfect Stocking Stuffer :)

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  23. I'm going to make this for my 6 month old for Christmas. He will love the tags! I featured this tutorial on my blog=). Feel free to check it out: http://theprettypickle.com/blog/handmade-for-the-holidays

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  24. Love this pattern and will be making it for 6 infants (for their xmas gifts) that I care for on a daily basis at the childcare center I work at!!

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  25. A little dinosaur was born in Sydney Australia today :)

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  26. A little baby dino was born in Sydney Australia today :p

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  27. So excited to get this! I'm going to make one for my brothers new baby!!! :)

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  28. Thanks for the pattern. I have just made one for my 7-month old boy!! This is so easy and fun to make!!

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  29. Saw this on Pinterest. Just ordered a new sewing machine and I cannot wait to make a few of these! Thank you for sharing your pattern.

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  30. Saw this on Pinterest. Just ordered a new sewing machine and I cannot wait to make a few of these! Thank you for sharing your pattern.

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  31. I found your post via Pinterest--thanks so much for posting this! I made a pair of these little guys for my kids this week (you can see them here).

    I am starting a shop on Etsy, and I was wondering if I might get your permission to use your pattern to make some of these to sell. Would that be all right?

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  32. Saw this adorable little guy on Pinterest and I made it for my soon to be nephew. It is adorable. Thanks for sharing the pattern I love it!

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  33. Hi Kristen! Thanks for the pattern, I saw it on Pinterest! Farei este lindo dinossauro para meu sobrinho!! Obrigada! FernandaMCM

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  34. This is sooo adorable, if love to make it but my sister in law is having a girl. Any suggestions for a similar item for a girl?

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  35. Hi,

    I have made these, one for my son and one for my daughter.

    I have a shop, which sells handmade baby items and I was wondering if I could have your permission to make these to sell?

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  36. Hello Kristen, thank you very much for that cute free pattern. There was an new Baby Dino "born" in Germany.
    http://creativhandicrafts.blogspot.de/2014/02/kleiner-dino.html

    Kindest regards
    Sandra :-)

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  37. Thanks for your pattern and instructions! Going to make one for a friends baby boy due soon and maybe even one for his 2 year old brother, I'm sure he'd enjoy snuggling it too!

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  38. Hello :) I'm printing the pattern, but I dont know when will I make it :). I like it very much, it's very funny.
    I'm from Portugal, Lisbon :)
    Thank you for sharing :)

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  39. About to attempt this! It looks so easy!

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  40. Thank you for this wonderful pattern...and thank you for sharing so generously!

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  41. Such a cute Dino. Will be making several. Thanks for sharing!!

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  42. I can't wait to make some. I saw it on Pinterest.

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  43. I just made one - took less than an hour. Would post a picture if I knew how! Thanks for sharing.

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  44. Hi! I found your cute baby dino via Pinterest. I made one for my nice and she loves it! Here is my version: http://grannyshydrangeas.blogspot.com.es/2014/04/dinosaurio-con-cintas-para-bebe.html
    Thanks for the pattern and sharing!

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  45. What fabric have you all used? I was thinking flannel, minky, terry cloth, etc. Want something soft for any age.

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  46. Perfect pattern for the little people being born this year, as well as the babies that are here already. Can't wait to make these cute Dinos!

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  47. Hello! I make a baby Dino for my niece in France. I retake the tutorial in French for French seamstresses.
    With a link on your blog and the pattern.
    Thanks

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  48. This is precious and will be perfect for the current charity project we are working on at Hopeful Threads! Thank you for sharing! Just printed and shared! :)

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  49. Thank you very much.
    I saw in your baby dino to pinterest.
    I'm looking at your dinosaur dinosaurs made ​​it for my son.

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  50. Thanks for the tutorial. I made one for my godson, he just loves it. Look at it here, I link my post back to you:http://www.rebekkascraftroom.blogspot.ch/2014/05/un-bebe-dinosaure-en-tissu.html

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  51. Hello, I came from France with a link found on a blog I read. I'll try to sew a little dinosaur for a baby who will arrive in August 2014. If I do it, I'll come back to say you when you can see it on my blog....

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  52. Isabrode (isabrode@orange.fr)June 6, 2014 at 8:54 AM

    From France :) found on Pinterest !
    I'm gonna make lots of dino's for birth's gift !
    Thank you for sharing
    Hope I've not made too much mistakes in English.... I has been so much time I've not pratice :)
    Bye

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  53. Made a bunch for Hopeful Threads FLUFF Drive and they will be donated to children in foster care. Thanks for sharing! You can see them here, https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=727168024013104&set=a.160591617337417.41653.160585690671343&type=1&theater

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  54. Just found this today and think I'm going to give it a go tomorrow! I don't have any ribbon though so wondering what to do instead...

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  55. Please sew the tags shut before you insert them! Little fingers can get into the loops & twist tightly enough to cut off circulation. Better yet, use rickrack.

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  56. Instead of ribbon, you can fold fabric strips so there are no raw edges & topstitch them flat. Those are also safe around fingers.



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  57. I just made one for my son that's due in 8 week. I added some small tail spikes to mine to. It came out supper cute. Thanks for the pattern.

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  58. I made two so far and plan on many more!

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  59. I love these and have made lots for my friends babies. They are much admired and I've been thinking of selling them. Would it be possible to use your design or is there a licence cost? Thank you in advance xx

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  60. I love these and have made lots for my friends babies. They are much admired and I've been thinking of selling them. Would it be possible to use your design or is there a licence cost? Thank you in advance xx

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  61. Hi from Germany! Will make this cute little thing this weekend for the son of my boyfriends cousin. Found it on Pinterest – Thank you!

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  62. Hi, absolutely adorable! We have also adopted.
    She's all grown up now. We love her so much!

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  63. Hi! I made a baby dino! I put little jingle bells in mine because my little boy likes to shake everything. I then took it a step further and used your stencil to create a t-rex shape and a long neck shape. I added crinkle paper to the t-rex and a magnet to the long neck. I then made a leaf shape with another magnet so it kind of looks like the long neck eats the leaf lol. Thank you so much for the pattern!

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  64. ADORABLE and easy peasy! I have to hem some pants for my husband today, I'm going to sew one of these while I'm at it!!

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