Taggie Baby Toy

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Taggie Baby Toy – a simple sewing project perfect for any new baby.  Colorful ribbons and a bright pattern makes this a great sensory toy for your little one.

This little taggie baby toy is the perfect sensory toy for your growing little one.  My daughter, Addyson, is loving grabbing things and putting them to her mouth.  Isn’t it funny how babies just love the tags on their toys? It’s just like the kids who would rather play with boxes than their toys on Christmas day :)

Taggie Baby Toy - a simple sewing project perfect for any new baby. Colorful ribbons and a bright pattern makes this a great sensory toy for your little one.

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I made this taggie toy have a crinkle sound in it as well by adding a crunchy piece of plastic. I used the clear bags that Easter Eggs are usually found in but you could also use a clean chip bag.

Taggie Baby Toy - a simple sewing project perfect for any new baby. Colorful ribbons and a bright pattern makes this a great sensory toy for your little one.

Supplies:

2 fabric pieces, cut into a 4 in. x 6 in. rectangular shape

2 felt pieces, cut into a 4 in. x 6 in. rectangular shape

1 piece of crunchy plastic, cut into a 4 in. x 6 in. rectangular shape

10 ( 3 inch long) pieces of ribbon

Pins

Thread

Sewing Machine

Taggie Baby Toy - a simple sewing project perfect for any new baby. Colorful ribbons and a bright pattern makes this a great sensory toy for your little one.

Directions:

Cut out your needed fabric pieces, felt pieces, plastic and ribbon.

Taggie Baby Toy - a simple sewing project perfect for any new baby. Colorful ribbons and a bright pattern makes this a great sensory toy for your little one.

Lay one of your fabric pieces on top of the felt piece. Fold your ribbon pieces in half and pin around the edge of your fabric.

Taggie Baby Toy - a simple sewing project perfect for any new baby. Colorful ribbons and a bright pattern makes this a great sensory toy for your little one.

Top stitch your ribbon pieces to the fabric and felt piece, making sure you sew as close to the edge as possible. When you are finished make sure all fabric pieces are sewn down securely. You can repeat this step if you want.

Taggie Baby Toy - a simple sewing project perfect for any new baby. Colorful ribbons and a bright pattern makes this a great sensory toy for your little one.

Lay your fabric piece, pretty sides touching, on top of your fabric piece with the ribbon. Place your piece of felt on top and lastly the plastic.

Taggie Baby Toy - a simple sewing project perfect for any new baby. Colorful ribbons and a bright pattern makes this a great sensory toy for your little one.

Sew around all four sides, making sure to leave a large gap on one of the longer sides for turning.  Turn your project right side, press with a hot iron if needed and top stitch around the toy making sure to close the gap.

Taggie Baby Toy - a simple sewing project perfect for any new baby. Colorful ribbons and a bright pattern makes this a great sensory toy for your little one.

You should be able to complete this project in less than 30 minutes.  I made all my ribbon lengths the same but you could also have some ribbon pieces that are longer and some that are shorter.  This little taggie baby toy would make a great baby shower gift for a new mom to be.

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 Thanks, Katie!

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5 comments on “Taggie Baby Toy”

  1. This is so cute! I love all of the bright colors!

    Paige
    http://thehappyflammily.com

  2. This is so perfect, my niece is having a baby soon, and she would love this, I know. I am getting out my sewing supplies!  

    Thanks!

  3. Where did you get the crinkle paper from? I just got a sewing machine and I am so excited to try this ! Thanks for sharing 

  4. I made thus twice and added then to baby gifts, and they were well received. Easy and fun to make, too. Thank you!

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