Baby Kimono Wrap Tutorial

on October 20 | in Contests & Giveaways, Sewing Tutorials + Patterns | by | with 116 Comments

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Benita from Bettsy Kingston and Bettsy Kingston MYO creates some pretty amazing, detailed patterns. Today she’s offering her skills free to you in the form of a darling Baby Kimono Wrap Tutorial to download and enjoy!

Benita from Bettsy Kingston created this amazing Kimono-style Jacket, Dress or Sleepsuit 18 page PDF Tutorial for sizes 3-9 months.

The Kimono Wrap PDF Tutorial includes step-by-step instructions and patterns! Download your free copy today!

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Today the London Mummy shop is giving away one of their beautiful, cream cobweb knit baby blankets made on the traditional lace looms in Nottingham. Included in the package is one of the classic Anne Claire Petit crochet baby rattles and an Anne Claire Petit crochet bunny rabbit, for a total value of prize of £60.00. View prize details here, and comment today for your chance to win!
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116 Responses to Baby Kimono Wrap Tutorial

  1. The pattern is scaled for US letter and not A4 but you won’t have problems printing the pattern for anyone using A4 pages, it will just print out with extra margin on the length. I’m located in Australia and also use A4 pages so it does work.

  2. Ana says:

    This is a beautiful looking pattern which is unfortunately useless for anyone outside the US who uses A4 paper – the pattern pieces are either shrunk to fit (useless) or are cropped to fit and A4 page (also useless). It’s also a shame that there are at least three different page sizes in this one pdf. Please bear this in mind for future patterns.

  3. gina snyder says:

    Ooh can’t wait to try the tutorial. Love, love the blanket!!


  4. Southern Gal says:

    I’m so impressed with all the great tutorials. Thanks!

  5. ~Helena~ says:

    So sweet. Thanks for the tute.

  6. michelle says:

    I just found the perfect gift to make for my friend’s new baby! Thanks.

  7. Danielle says:

    Thanks for the tutorial and the giveaway!

  8. Amanda H. says:

    Can’t wait to try the kimono. Thanks for the tutorial!

  9. Runa says:

    How adorable are these little kimonos…cant wait for my friends to have little babies and see them in these……thanks a ton for the pattern!

  10. Rosa in The Antipodes says:

    I’ll definitely try the Baby Kimono! Gorgeous!

  11. Laurel says:

    So sweet! Going to be brave and try the kimono pattern.

  12. alisha says:

    I thought the tutorial was the giveaway. How exciting that it’s free! I’ve downloaded it and plan to add it to my patterns for baby gifts.

  13. Kelly says:

    what a sweet kimono! who wouldn’t love to make one of these?

  14. Susan says:

    the little rabbit is ADORABLE!

  15. Elizabeth says:

    Ooh! Thanks for the great tutorial! I definitely have to try it out 🙂

  16. Serena says:

    Very sweet design.

  17. Leah says:

    Love this Kimono. I’m printing it right now to make one of my Dick and Jane fabric for our next little baby.

  18. I love the fabrics on that Kimono Onesie! So cute! I always prefer kimono onesies for my babies, too.

  19. mjb says:

    I love kimonos so much! Now I just need to get one made for my baby 🙂

  20. Angela says:

    Those blankets look so soft and comfy and the bunny is too cute!

  21. Jill B says:

    I can’t wait to try out this tutorial!

  22. Genevieve says:


  23. Laura Reich says:

    Those blankets are adorable!

  24. Erin Gustafson says:

    How cozy!

  25. Kate says:

    The kimono is adorable! Thanks!

  26. janimal says:

    What a great tutorial and wonderful giveaway. Thanks!

  27. Susan says:

    I’ve seen these and have wanted to make one. Maybe I will give this a try this weekend. The London Mummy giveaway looks awesome the bunny is sooo adorable.

  28. Jena says:

    This is so cute! I’m going to make one for a baby shower next week.

  29. jennifer says:

    This is fantastic! So cute.

  30. Whistlepea says:

    This looks so sweet and simple!

  31. Munaiba says:

    Gosh that baby kimono is cute. It might even tempt me to sew it for a family member. The cobweb blankets look beautiful and the bunny is so cute!

  32. Texana says:

    What a sweet little kimono!

  33. Liz says:

    The knits are adorable!

  34. Piroska says:

    The kimono is just darling!

  35. Shannon F. says:

    A crochet giraffe was my daughter’s favorite gift recently!

  36. Jane says:


  37. Adrienne says:

    I love it!I am expecting baby #2 in February and am looking forward to making this!

  38. Becky says:

    So cute! Going to get working on one of these asap.

  39. Gloria says:

    So sweet,I can so totally imagine this on my baby!

  40. Ammie says:

    Yes!! Thank you for the fabulous kimono pattern. I think kimonos are the perfect newborn to infant clothing. And I still think that bunny rattle is adorable.

  41. Rebecca says:

    great looking kimono! Not sure if I can get any done soon enough for the current baby in my life, but I know more are coming 🙂

  42. Cute!

  43. Sophia Patterson says:

    Loving all the free downloads.

  44. Jennie says:

    London Mommy has such beautiful things!

  45. What a sweet kimono!

  46. Abby K. says:

    Wow! This is ADORABLE! I can’t wait to make some for my new niece! Thank you!!

  47. Rachel L says:

    What a great little kimono – will definitely try one of these for my little girl. Thanks so much for the tutorial.

  48. Melanie T says:

    Absolutely gorgeous! Thank you.

  49. Krystal says:

    I love the kimono. I do not have children, but I will find a child to make this for. 😉

  50. Heidi says:

    I love the colours on the first kimono, so fun

  51. I love that kimono! I’ll definitely be trying that!

  52. knitsewreadlove says:

    Oh my goodness, that Kimono is fabulous! I had one wrap style “daygown” which turned into a jacket for my daughter. I was so sad when she finally outgrew it. I’ll definitely be downloading this and earmarking it for a (hopefully) Baby #2 AND a great baby shower gift!

  53. Jennifer says:

    I love this! And I really like the fabric she used, especially on the back. Nice and cheerful and not overly pink, but still plenty girly!

  54. Mama Lusco says:

    This is darling! Thank you for the free Pdf.

  55. Annie says:

    i love it!!! i would like to win…

  56. Kylie says:

    I just downloaded the pattern and I love all the step by step photos. My first niece is due in May so I’m venturing into sewing, which has always intimidated me. Thank you for the pattern and the giveaway!

  57. KPen says:


  58. Kelly says:

    This looks so cute! And easy too!

  59. Tara says:

    I love the kimono! Too cute!

  60. Kira Jacobs says:

    the kimono is adorable!

  61. Shirley Clark says:

    Simple and sweet! Thanks so much.

  62. Pearl says:

    I will definitely try out this kimono wrap. it is so cute.

  63. AngieSC says:

    So very adorable! And the pattern looks easy enough. Both my babies love bunnies- they would be thrilled if I won this!

  64. Carol says:

    i love the colored polka dot kimono so cute!

  65. Jessica says:

    Adorable pattern, makes me want another little bean to put in it 😉

  66. Mona says:

    Love the bettsy kingston kimono.

  67. Karen says:

    This is so darling. I tried the Martha Stewart kimono, but the pattern was not a quick job, and my 4 month old has already outgrown it. I’d love to try this one!

  68. Rochelle says:

    Beautiful combination of color and pattern on the featured baby sleepshirt.

  69. Heather says:

    Ooohh! I hope I win this one!! So beautiful!!!!

  70. Katie says:

    Thank you!

  71. Judi B says:

    Crossing my fingers on todays give away! I adore the rabbit!

  72. Lorrie Orr says:

    Oh what a sweet project. I’m definitely downloading this pattern. And the giveaway is adorable!

  73. Morgan says:

    A baby in a kimono just sounds so darn cute!

  74. Maren says:

    Love, Love, love these! Would be just perfect for the nursery we’re now trying to outfit.

  75. Jasmine says:

    I love this style of onesie!

  76. Oh I love kimonos on babies. Thanks for the pattern!

  77. Bethany says:

    Neat! I am having a little girl in Dec, and can see lots of potential for this! Thanks!

  78. Beth says:

    What beautiful blankets! This is a wonderful prize!
    And thanks for the free pattern!

  79. Bailey says:

    So excited to see the kimono wrap tutorial! Thank you

  80. Amy says:

    What a cute kimono. I;ll have to try it. Thanks for sharing.

  81. Jennifer Barclay says:

    I’ve seen these before and thought they were wonderful. Can’t wait to sew on some really soft cotton.

  82. Laura says:

    Thanks so much for the tutorial – so adorable!

  83. Suzanne says:

    Cant wait to try out this tutorial! I may even do it today as my 4 month old DD naps! Thank you!

  84. Julie Phillips says:

    This baby Kimono is so darling! Very beautiful, thanks for sharing.


  85. rp says:


  86. Jenny says:

    the blankets make me swoon

  87. Tammy says:

    The kimono sure is cute!

    I’d love to win the baby blanket!!!

  88. Liz says:

    Oh what a cute and useful tutorial! Can’t wait to make one for a new baby!

  89. Krystina says:

    Ooo what a lovely blankie! I hope I win!

  90. PeachRainbow says:

    So cute!

  91. Tess says:

    That baby kimono is adorable! I may have to make one for the baby shower I’m going to this weekend… hmm… and I’m probably going to try and figure out how to up-size it for my two-year-old!

  92. Stephanie says:

    So sweet! I love that brightly colored fabric.

  93. Katie says:

    How cute is that bunny?!!

  94. Really cute stuff! I LOVE that little bunny, he’s so precious!

  95. Karen C. says:

    Such beautiful kimonos. Really the easiest way to dress a newborn!

  96. Kelly Irene says:

    This is so sweet! I may need to make one for a real life baby shower I’m attending soon!

  97. katie says:

    Wow. Those blankets and the crochet plush are beautiful. Lovely giveaway.

  98. Caroline says:

    I cannot WAIT to make the kimonos for my impending arrival. Love the baby blankets and the bunny!

  99. helen wright says:

    commenting! bunny is very sweet! and i know the perfect little girl for a blanket!

  100. Lori says:

    That little kimono wrap is just darling! (And so are the blanket and rabbit). One of my oldest and dearest friends is having her baby in February…hmm, maybe I’ll just have to whip her up one of these! 🙂

  101. abby says:

    so beautiful

  102. Amy Newbold says:

    I love the crochet rattles! Very cute and my 6mos old daughter would love it more.

  103. Leigh Anne says:

    What a precious baby rattle and blanket! And thanks for the tutorial 🙂

  104. jes says:

    THANKS FOR THE Tutorial!

  105. Astrid says:

    Sooo sweet, I love the things anne claire petit makes!

  106. Tina M says:

    So adorable!!! Keep the cool baby ideas coming 🙂

  107. pamela says:

    i love this stuff! so creative and generous and lovely.

  108. jenn says:

    great tutorial and amazing giveaway!! Thank you!

  109. Jansie says:

    Super cute kimono! Can’t wait to try it. And those blankets are gorgeous!

  110. Amanda says:

    very pretty! I haven’t heard of London Mummy before, so I’m heading over there now!

  111. Lee says:

    Thanks for the tutorial for the kimono and for the giveaway!

  112. Chris says:

    I love the bunny and the kimono pattern. Thanks!

  113. Kristie says:

    Those are so beautiful! I JUST got the call that my little sister just gave birth to twins! I’d love to win one of these for her little girl and boy!

  114. Love it love it love it!!! Cant wait to print it out and try it!

  115. Deb DeChurch says:

    I’m definitely making one (or more) of these kimonos! And I’d love to win a gorgeous baby blanket for my upcoming grandchild…

  116. Susanna says:

    beautiful baby blankets! and the crochet rabbit is adorable!

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