DIY Baby Doll Crib Bedding set

Does your girl love playing with baby dolls? Mine certainly does. She loves changing clothes, feeding the baby and all. She would even use her toy containers as the baby’s crib. That gave me the idea of making her somehow a crib but my mom wanted to give her that to Em as Christmas gift last year. She end up buying the Graco set that came with crib, stroller and feeding chair LOL. I can’t explain my girl’s excitement. As that was decided and I had already started my girl’s Duvet Cover Set, I also thought it would be cute to make matching baby doll crib bedding set. And so I did.

DIY Baby Doll Crib Bedding set

DIY Baby Doll Crib Bedding set

It was a fun project to make mostly because it didn’t take as long as the duvet cover one LOL. This took me about 2 or 3 hours and a lot of love.

Since the doll doesn’t actually have mattress or duvet, I just made kind of a mattress for the crib with built in sheet LOL and a quilt with the exact same pattern as the duvet cover. Made the pillows and went ahead and wrapped it!!!! I was so excited; I knew she would love to have her baby’s crib and even more a whole bedding set.

DSC_7794

SO, Ready to sew a baby doll crib bedding set in this tutorial?

Let’s go!

For this tutorial, I’ll give you measures based on a Graco Room full of Fun Baby Doll Playset’ Crib. This is not a sponsored post but in order to give you a specific idea of the crib I used, I wanted to let you know which playset this was.

graco-room-full-of-fun-baby-doll-playset-070c2de6293a6917adfe8548fefc49c9

Supplies:

  • Scraps of coordinated fabrics {I used scraps from her the duvet cover set}
  • Pillow stuffing.
  • White Batting
  • Hot glue Gun.
  • A MDF board 44×26 cm

IMG_8370

Measures {You probably will need to adjust depending on your kid’s doll crib}

Fabrics:

A: pattern 1

B: Pattern 2

C: White

D: Pattern 3

E: Pattern 4

Quilt Front:

6 pieces of 3 different {Coordinated} fabrics A B C: 10×28 cm {this includes seam allowance}

1 Piece of batting: 44×26 cm

IMG_8369

Quilt Back:

1 piece of coordinated fabric D: 50×28 cm

Mattress:

1 Piece of batting: 48×26 cm

1 Piece of fabric E: 50×32 cm

1 Piece of fabric {Any fabric goes since it’s for the base, I used white}: 46×28 cm

Main Pillow:

Fabric C: 28×18 cm x2

Fabric B: 18×6 cm

Fabric E: 18×8 cm

Pillow 2: Fabric E: 20×20 cm x2

Pillow 3: Fabric A: 18×15 cm x2

Let’s start with the mattress of the Doll Crib Bedding set.

Put together your fabric E wrong side and you batting as centered as possible.

IMG_8344

Put on top some stuffing. Enough to cover all the batting.

IMG_8385

Place on top your MDF board. Press down a little bit and start gluing with you hot glue the fabric to the back of the board.

IMG_8386

IMG_8387

Fold the edges of your back fabric about 2 cm and glue it to the back of the board to cover all the ugly ends from fabric E. Use a lot of hot glue here LOL.

IMG_8388

IMG_8392

Ok Mattress done!

IMG_8393

Moving on to the quilt.

Stitch together lengthwise fabric A with B and then B with C, repeat A, B and C. In my case, I had as fabric A the flower one, as B, the dark Pink polka Dot and as C, the White one. Took the photo backwards by mistake.

IMG_8374

The whole thing should measure 50×28, if it doesn’t, adjust by stitching a few millimeters between fabrics.

Then place together front and back right side together and stitch edges leaving one side open.

Cut a bit the corners and turn it right side out. Press.

IMG_8375

Insert batting. It should be tight inside.

IMG_8377

Fold edges towards inside edging the batting. Pin in pace and stitch 1/2 cm from the edge.

IMG_8378

Finally, stitch close to each fabric seam along the quilt.

IMG_8379

Woot! The quilt is ready to go!

IMG_8390

Now, onto the Pillows.

Main Pillow.

First fold fabric B in half. Fold a hem in fabric E. Place them on top of fabric C layering fabric B and C as follows. Make sure fabric E is aligned to fabric C on the edge. Pin in place.

IMG_8372

Then, stitch together fabric B, C and E by the fabric E folded edge.

 

IMG_8380

Now lay your top layer onto the bottom layer right sides together and pin all the way around on 3 sides and about 5 cm of the 4th side. This will leave a pocket to fill it up.

IMG_8381

Next, stitch all around the edges of the pillow except for the opening leaving 1/2 cm seam allowance.

IMG_8382

Fill it up with your stuffing and stitch the pocket to close the pillow.

IMG_8384

Finally, repeat the 3 last steps for the other 2 pillows.

IMG_8389

There you Go!!! Put them together and Tadaaaaaa!!!!

IMG_8391

IMG_8395

Your Girl’s baby doll crib bedding set is all ready for her to play with!!!

DSC_7753

DSC_7754

DSC_7757

DSC_7758

DSC_7759

DSC_7775

DSC_7771

DSC_7770

DSC_7768

DSC_7766

DSC_7765

DSC_7764

DSC_7763

DSC_7762

DSC_7777

DSC_7782

DSC_7784

DSC_7787

DSC_7790

DSC_7796

I’m sure you girl will love this. Mine was all crazy about it. She even put their baby dolls to sleep at night when it’s bedtime. Almost every night LOL.

Well lovely readers, I hope you like this tutorial and that it inspires you to make a cute bedding set for your girl’s baby dolls! It’s fun to make and girls love it!

Let me know your thoughts and ideas in comments!!!

If you like this post, I’m sure you will love these too:

How to make a Duvet cover Set for Girls? Also learn how to make cute pillowcases too!

Pretty and Easy Pillowcase Dress with Pattern

Flowers & Denim Hat for Little Girls Tutorial #sewingtutorial #denimhat

Cute and Easy Fabric Wrapped Monogram Tutorial

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • 61
    Shares
  • 61
    Shares
My name is Camila Rojas but everyone call me Cami. I'm a mommy, blogger, baker, do it yourselfer, crafter and graphic designer. Owner and founder of The Crafting Nook {formerly TitiCrafty} and TCN Design Studio: web design for bloggers. Join me on my crazy adventures!

Leave me your lovely thoughts

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.