6 Sewing Ideas for Your Little Prince or Princess

We are delighted about the birth of the royal baby! The new little prince was born Monday, April 23, 2018 and weighed 8 lb. 7 oz. The world caught its first glimpse of the newborn later that day as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge descended the steps of St. Mary’s hospital in London. To celebrate, we’ve gathered together some of our favorite royal-inspired baby patterns and embroidery designs. These ideas are perfect for sewing something special for your own little prince or princess.

Little Prince pattern

Little Prince pattern: This dapper outfit is perfect for a summer baptismal or blessing ceremony. Designed by Kris Richards of South Australia, the crisp white waffle is trimmed with pale blue check mini piping to complement the simple smocking design and tailored styling. A cute matching beret and shoes complete the set! The pattern includes sizes newborn, 3 and 6 months.


Prince and Princess embroidery

Prince and Princess embroidery: Embellish a special baby gift with these sweet machine embroidery designs. Featured in the Words and Ornaments collection from our 2014 Internet Embroidery Club collection, these words can be stitched on baby garments, accessories or nursery decor.


Little Princess Alphabet embroidery

Little Princess Alphabet embroidery: This precious alphabet was designed with your little princess in mind! This machine embroidery collection features upper-case letters embellished with satin stitched dots and flourishes along with nine coordinating designs. These designs would be so sweet stitched on special gifts for a baby girl’s wardrobe or nursery.


Baby Layette patterns and embroidery

Baby Layette patterns and embroidery: This elegant baby layette is featured in our 2015 Internet Embroidery Club. The collection includes patterns/instructions for creating the bonnet, booties and bib, plus all the machine embroidery designs for either the pink “Charming” version or the blue “Downton Baby” version.


Vintage Royal Alphabet embroidery

Vintage Royal Alphabet embroidery: We just can’t get enough of royal-inspired embroidery designs! This regal machine embroidery collection from our 2013 Internet Embroidery Club is so versatile; it would be sweet on baby projects, but is also perfect for embroidering linens and home decor items.


Victoria pattern

Victoria pattern: Exquisite rose and forget-me-not posies decorate the pale pink smocking on this beautiful cream challis baby dress designed by Robyn Beaver of Victoria. The long sleeves, daintily smocked at the wrist and decorated with a little posy, are edged with matching cream lace. Delicate embroidery on the front of the skirt is bordered by two rows of antique hemstitching. The pattern includes sizes 3, 6 and 12 months.

Find much more inspiration in the Martha Pullen online shop and our Internet Embroidery Club!

3 thoughts on “6 Sewing Ideas for Your Little Prince or Princess

  1. Susan Hillman

    Love this baby boy’s outfit. I made it 3.5 yrs ago for our grandson’s bris. The piping just above the smocking was from one of his great-grandfather’s dress shirts. I too really miss the magazine.

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