Wednesday, August 03, 2011

Angel Wraps and Preemie Blankets + NICU Gowns: Updated 2015

When a tiny baby is born before its time, and is too fragile to survive, usually during the second or early third trimester, there is still birth of the baby.. A loss of this kind is huge for the grieving parents to face, yet most of them still want to both see, and to hold, their tiny little infants. It is a very special part of that grieving process, of letting go of the dreams of what might have hold and to bond with their tiny little one.

What can be even harder is discovering that you have nothing to wrap or dress your tiny loved one in, as nothing will fit ,or is appropriate for the simplest of touches that are possible when holding, and saying goodbye. And so to have your little one passed to you in a rough, or not very attractive, piece of cloth only makes that awareness that much sharper and more painful.

Babies are wrapped up in simple tiny blanket like piece of cloth that most hospital provide. But if the hospital has them, a tiny little quilt or blanket.... made for this purpose by volunteers... can be wrapped around their little one for that holding, bonding, and saying goodbye, time.

Angel Wraps and Preemie Blankets + NICU Gowns

Free Patterns, Tutorials and Info on How you Can Help or Donate:

I have just recently made more than a dozen of these tiny little angel wraps and preemie blankets for this very purpose. And gone on to make a dozen more.

It was a deeply moving process for me as I made each and every one of them. I also make lots and lots of preemie quilts and blankets for donation.

My tiny blankets, quilts and wraps are quite simple. They range from as tiny as a 9" square to as large as a 14" one. But each is special and made with love.

Many websites offer a variety of ideas for extra tiny pouches, wraps, blankets, or simple quilts or garments for what is medically termed as 'fetal demise.' And while these words seem harsh to those who have never heard them before, they are simply what the end of life resulting in a still birth is often called.

The idea of a specially made little quiltlet created and made with love and compassion seemed like a wonderful gift to give to our local hospital, so I decided to spend a few days creating some in varying sizes and making a list of other ideas.

I found an assortment of links, files, and free downloadable patterns for a variety of blankets, quilts, pouches and wraps. But making a simple wrap can be as easy as making a simple 9"-12" blanket or quilt that can be tied to create a little pouch like shape for the tiniest of the tiny ones.Some can be tucked under at the bottom for the very tiniest and others can simply have a little half triangle pouch sewed into one corner or be left open to cradle the littlest of babies.

I simply cut two or there squares of fabric sized from 9" to 11". A third square can be folded in half and place as a triangle shape in one corner and sewn in a the same time, or it can be left open as an "Angel Cradle Wrap" as shown by mine, above. The one above is very small and I would add the corner pocket, or cut it more like 12".

I used very thin batting in between or a little piece of flannel, instead of batting. Several of mine are quilted, the others simply have a heart shape quilted on to bind the pieces together. Add some ribbons at the tying points and rosettes or other simple trims and you have sweet little wraps for the tiniest of little angels.

For those who like to use or simply view patterns here are links to free patterns, photos and clothing links for preemies of all stages and sizes. Mine are intended for little ones weighing about 1 lb and about 6" long...a truly sad and yet endearing thought filled with compassion for the losses that so many of us endure.

Adelaide's Angel Wrap

In memory of Baby Adelaide, who did not survive to birth, her mother shares: 

In memory of our angel Adelaide.  To download a pattern for this wrap click HERE
(this pattern and any items made using it are to be used for bereavement support purposes only and are not to be sold)

Angel Babies Free pattern links:

Bereavement,Christening Gowns,Blankets, Buntings, Pockets and Wraps

Angel Pocket Pattern
 Angel Dress (crocheted)
Beth's Burial Bunting -- knit bunting
Betsy Dey's Fetal Demise Pouch -- knit
Knit Burial Bunting
Ruth's shell Burial Bunting -- crocheted
Angel Wrap
Burial Gown

Burial Wrapper

Jenny's tiny knitted burial gown
Gown for Baby Born Asleep
Long Kimono with Cap -- crocheted
Newborn Angel Gown Set -- crocheted
Debbie Preemie Kimono
Preemie Kimono
Fetal Demise Pouch

Crocheted Granny Square Pouch:

Sewn Pouch:

Sewn Pouch:

Washcloth pouch with crocheted edge:

Satin Burial Wrap: (size small and x-p)

fetal demise pouch
burial gown and bonnet PDF pattern
- pattern only

preemie burial gown PDF

angel's pocket
bereavement gowns PDF pattern
- pattern only

burial wrap PDF

boy’s internment outfit 

Bereavement Bunting/Gown and Bonnet Instructions

 Bereavement Bunting/Gown and Bonnet Pattern
 ♥  Memory Envelope

♥  Preemie Burial Gown

♥  Preemie Burial Wrap

♥  Angel Wing Bonnet

Tiny Quilts (one block) Patterns: 
Quilter's Anonymous in Lynnwood, WA.
Grecian Square
Ohio Star
Split Rail
Irish Twist Chain

In Remembrance

SEWING PATTERNS For Angel Babies, Preemies, Micro preemies, and onto into Baby sizes:

A friend shared this list for me. Obviously, some one else put it together, so my thanks appreciation to my friend and to the lovely person who found these links. Many are repeats to mine above, but still worth taking another look at it!

♥  Baby Bib (Snap-On)
♥  3-Seam Baby Footies
♥  Baby Blankets
♥  Burp Cloth, Rectangular
♥  Burp Cloth, Contoured .
♥  Burp Cloth
♥  Basic Baby Pants
♥  Beautiful Diaper Bag
♥  Drawstring Bag
♥  Easy Diaper/Tote Bag
♥  Knit Receiving Blanket & Hat
♥  Quilt
♥  Strip Quilt
♥  EZ Pre-Quilted Baby Blanket
♥  Hospital Shirt
♥  Hospital Gownl.
♥  NICU-Friendly Smocks
♥  Burial Bunting
♥  Memory Envelope
♥  Infant Peasant Dress
♥  Preemie Burial Gown
♥  Preemie Burial Wrap
♥  Angel Wing Bonnet s.

  NICU and PICU Babies:

Shirts, gowns, smocks, blankets, wraps,

and a 

Snoedel or Snuggle Doll


Making a Snoedel, Snoodle, Snuggle Scent Doll

Shirts, gowns, smocks, blankets, wraps

And for all all of the precious little ones who do make it, but face so many challenges in their lives after birth! All of us have been touched by a precious little one in our life, often someone very near and dear to our own hearts, that faces a myriad of challenges after birth. 

God Bless all of the families, all of the care givers, the doctors, the nurses and the surgeons who work tirelessly in heartfelt service to these little babies who have to fight so very hard to be brought to life, to live, and to face their lives when they do make it through birth, through surgery (s) and often have long recuperation periods both in special NICU or PICU wings of hospitals.  

 Miracles happen every day and what a blessing to families everywhere that surgical techniques have been invented in the past three or so decades that allow these tiny preemies or even full term babies to have their congenital issued corrected with wonderful new life saving techniques. It allows little mended hearts and bodies to survive, to grow, and to lead happy and often quite healthy lives.  

So don't forget to make special items for them! You can make anything from special little snuggle gifts that can be kept close to mama or daddy's heart and then kept close to baby in their little NICU or PICU isolette, to tiny NICU gowns with multiple and easy fastener openers to accommodate tubes and wires!

 Make them for your own loved one or to donate to any local hospital's neonatal care unit or to specialty hospitals like the Oregon Health Science Center/Dornbecher Children's Hospital that we have close by in Portland, Oregon.


 This, believe it or not becomes a tiny NICU shirt/gown for a little one! Use your imagination and see how this shape becomes the tiny garment below!!

Download the free NICU pattern here

This one below is from Pinterest,  I need to figure out where the original link came from and then I will add it in! But here is another version without the open side seams (which I personally like as simple softer pieces of velcro can tab them open or shut. But many babies could also use this version below, which velcro opens and closes at the shoulder seam!

Or if you prefer, one like this with side seams and a cross over that can cross on either or both interchangeably, sides!

 Need a pattern? Just use a garment of choice for shape and size and draw around it, to create an approximate piece! They should be loose, so no need for perfectionism of any kind. Just soft flannels,and the softer velcros. Some people like snaps, saying that velcro catches, well..snaps take a lot of pressure and its not easy with one hand under to push and one on there are choices you have to decide on for your own preference! But shop around and touch the velcro on the rolls, some are softer than others for the hooks and loops! And little simple ribbon ties work nicely, as well!


  NICU Craft Buds  

"These teeny, tiny NICU smocks are designed to fit babies weighing 3 to 5 pounds. When babies are in the NICU, it can really be a gift to the parents to see their little ones wearing some sort of clothing. (With all the monitors & wires, clothing is difficult to get on.) Make one to donate to your hospital’s neonatal unit."Download the free NICU smock pattern here

And from Project gowns and a free tutorials as showcased below but it its entirety here:

Project Linus: free sewing, knitting and crocheting patterns for babies 

link over to their own page as they have their own direct links to all you could want and need in one spot including!!!....

a listing for this, my own dear blog and website:

With Hearts and Hands
Yes, this is a blog site, but do not let that fool you! Quilter Michele Bilyeu has gathered a GIGANTIC listing of links to thousands of patterns that are sure to please any quilter! On her blog you will find great links on her 2,500 Free Quilt Patterns and Huge List of Free Quilt Block Patterns pages. She even has a blog entry in memory of Project Linus Blanket Make a Blanket Day held the third Saturday of February each year. This page is Free Babies, Childrens Quilt Patterns. This is one website you will not want to miss!

Thank you and bless all you do Project Linus!!!

Patterns from AZBlankets4kids:

Baby, Preemie, Double 4-Patch Quilt
Baby, Preemie, One Patch Quilt
Baby, Preemie Quilt, 1 Patch, 2 Borders
Block Party, Preemie to Teen
Baby, Preemie, 9-Patch Quilt, 18”
Baby, Preemie, Double 4-Patch Quilt, 18”
Block Party, Preemie to Teen
Charity Baby & Preemie Patterns

Sewn Blankets
Snuggle Tubes
Blanket Sleeper nb/preemie bib PDF
- pattern only

preemie cuddler PDF - archived

positioning shapee or 'snake'

nb/preemie booties PDF

10 min booties PDF
- pattern only

30 min booties PDF
- pattern only

preemie kimono for ICU PDF

serger preemie gown PDF pattern - archived

preemie sleeper PDF pattern

preemie shirt PDF
- pattern only

isolette cover
preemie mittens PDF - archived - pattern only

bubble cover archived

preemie gown PDF pattern

extra small boy gown

diaper shirt PDF

hospital shirt PDF pattern

day gown instructions (pattern below)

day gown - pattern PDF
preemie hat PDF pattern

preemie cuddler 2

preemie fleece hat

Refer here for size guidelines

Knit and Crochets Angel and Preemie and NICU baby patterns: Free Tutorials

(k)= knit

Ava Lynne Baby Hat (k)
Baby Bear Preemie Hat (k)
Baby Bowties Preemie Hat (k)
Basic Baby Hat (k)
Basic Knit Hat (k)
Basic Preemie Hat (c)
Basic Ribbed Baby Hat (k)
Button Flap Beanie - Preemie (c)
Crossed Texture Hat - Preemie (c)
Crossed Texture Row Beanie - Preemie (c)
 Easy Knitted Preemie Hat
 Preemie Quilt from Project Linus
Half-Double Crochet Preemie Baby Cap (c)
Incredible Expanding Gnome Cap (k)
Joann's Preemie Hat (c)
Juliet Hat (k)
Lightning Fast NICU and Preemie Hats (k)
Melinda's Ruffled Preemie Hat (c)
Preemie Rainbow Beanies (c)
Preemie Ribbed Beanie (c)
Queen of Hearts Preemie Hat (k)
Sewn Knit Fabric Baby Hat (s)
Stretchy Knit Baby Cap (k)
Patriotic Preemie Hats (k)
Butterfly Hat - Preemie (c)
Preemie Pumpkin Hat (c)
Apple a Day (k)
Baby Elf Hat (k)
Christmas Tree Hat (k)
Christmas Hat (k)
Preemie Baby Santa Hat (k)

Baby Quilt Pattern (s)
Easy Baby Quilt Pattern (s)
Easy Baby Quilt Patterns (s) 
Preemie Blankets (s)

Baby Blanket Pattern (c)
Four Square Preemie Afghan (c)

Snowflake Kisses Baby Blanket (k)
Teddy Bear Baby Blanket (k)
 Waffle Blanket (k)

Teddy Bear Square (c)
Teddy Lovey (c)
Thermal Stitch Preemie Blanket (c)

Burial Wraps

Angel Pocket (k)
Angel's Pocket (s)
Angel Wrap (c)
Angel Wraps (s)
Burial Pouch Pattern (c)
Fetal Demise Pouch (s)
Knit Angel Wrap (k)

Preemies Knit and Crochet

Receiving Blanket (s)

Basic Teddy Bear (c)

Bear Pair Teddy Bears (k)

Better Bear (c)

Brenda's Bears (k)

Buttercup Bear (c)

Cashew Teddy Bear (k)

Curly Teddy Bear (c)

Heartfelt Bear (c)

Polar Bear (c)

Smart Teddy Bear (k)

Teddy Bear (k)

Teddy Lovey (c)

Two Tone Teddy (c)

Jester Hat (A Preemie Project beginner favorite)
Michelle's Preemie Booties and Hat
Angel Lace Baby Cap
Mock Cable Baby Hat
Elegant, Simple Baby Blanket
Heirloom Knit Baby Blanketpresto! Preemie Hat
No Button Baby Booties

Crochet Patterns

Bev's Very Easy Preemie and Newborn Booties
Half Double Crochet Preemie Hat (A Preemie Project beginner favorite)
Bev's 5-Day Lovie (A Preemie Project favorite)
Crochet Edging on Flannel Baby Blankets

Diaper Pattern - all sizes
Teeny Tears small crochet diaper pattern - PDF File here

Teeny Tears crochet large diaper pattern

Large Kimono Pattern

Kimono Dress Pattern

Kimono Variations

Large Kimono Pattern w/ pictures

Medium & Small Kimono Pattern

Extra Large Kimono Pattern - goes with the TT Large diapers

Large Bunting Gown Pattern

Large Bonnet pattern

Medium (& small) bonnet pattern

Crochet Hat Pattern

Loom Knit Hats

No-Sew Hats - from Sew Much to Share

Bobble Blanket Pattern 

Jacob's Ladder Blanket Pattern

Basket Weave Blanket Pattern

Hidden Color Blanket Pattern 

Wavy Blanket Pattern

Headband Pattern - there isn't much need for these and sometimes they overwhelm the tiny baby heads - so we're working on phasing this pattern out.

Diaper Shirt Pattern - This is the pattern we started with. We are trying to phase out this pattern though since it fits only a limited number of babies. We are moving to making more of the kimono patterns.

Diaper Shirt Pattern with pictures - This is a pattern we started with. We are trying to phase out this pattern though since it fits only a limited number of babies. We are moving to making more of the kimono patterns.

Diaper Shirt with Dress & Ruffles pattern - This is a pattern we started with. We are trying to phase out this pattern though since it fits only a limited number of babies. We are moving to making more of the kimono patterns.

Embroidered Blocks Charity Quilt (E)
Embroidered Blocks Charity Quilt is very easy to make and it great if you would just like to embroider blocks for someone else to put the quilt together.  Here is the Link for you: Embroidery Block Charity Quilt Instructions


♥  Special Note 

You can donate angel wraps, blankets, gowns to any local hospital in your city. You can donate Preemie blankets and NICU gowns to any major hospital that supports special programs and donations.

Neonatal intensive care unit - Salem Hospital

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit - PeaceHealth (Eugene OR)

And best of all, here in Oregon, we are blessed to have an amazing regional hospital that rival those in Seattle and Los Angeles. Our services all hospitals and states in our surrounding vicinity. 

Oregon Health Science University (OSHU)/Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and Doernbecher Childrens Hospital

I have been asked if others might help that do not sew for their own causes. And the answer is "of course you can!!!!" If you would like to help me as I sew for these special babies on a regular basis, you are welcome to make a small monetary donation to cover fabric or send soft flannels, ribbons, tiny embroidery appliques, to mail tiny items to me. If you have soft baby fabrics to pass on or trims, they are always welcome. If you do not have a personal outlet nearby, you are also welcome to donate your tiny wraps and I will donate them to hospital neo-natal centers for you.

Angel Wraps and Preemie Blankets + NICU Gowns
c/o Michele M. Bilyeu
6140 Lk. Labish Rd. NE
Salem OR  97305

Every child, born or unborn is precious, your donations help me to continue to inspire others and to make items for donation. Bless you for asking about donations. My donations all go to Oregon outlets unless they are specially requested.

If you are willing to have your donation shared here, publicly,  on my blog, please let me know via a little note. Thank you.


And from Project Linus: My Own "With Heart and Hands" Listing

Free Babies, Child's, Preemies Quilt Patterns

And of course, this page:

And from Project Linus:

Easy Preemie Quilt

My complete List of Preemie, Baby and Children's Quilts:

Free Babies, Child's, Preemies Quilt Patterns

Not yet alphabetized:
♥  Baby Bib (Snap-On) — This links to a tutorial that is easy to follow and very cute!
♥  3-Seam Baby Footies — This links to a pattern for baby shoes/footies.
♥  Baby Blankets — Blankets of various sizes.
♥  Burp Cloth, Rectangular — A tutorial for making a simple burp cloth.
♥  Burp Cloth, Contoured — Simple, cute tutorial and pattern for a contoured burp cloth.
♥  Burp Cloth — A tutorial for making a simple burp cloth by Early Buds.
♥  Basic Baby Pants — A tutorial and pattern for a pair of baby pants.
♥  Beautiful Diaper Bag
♥  Drawstring Bag
♥  Easy Diaper/Tote Bag
♥  Knit Receiving Blanket & Hat
♥  Quilt
♥  Strip Quilt
♥  EZ Pre-Quilted Baby Blanket .
♥  Hospital Shirt
♥  Hospital Gown
♥  NICU-Friendly Smocks
♥  Burial Bunting

If you would like to join in, online, with a group that does this special work:

 please check out this group and think about joining in and making some tiny little donations of your own:


Refer here for size guidelines
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  1. What a kind, caring heart you have to give so much to this project and also to search out and provide all these links for others to use. May God's blessings be upon you for doing this!

  2. Oh Michelle, this post really touched my heart. For many years I have crocheted little caps from premie to newborn size, made many quilts for newborns, one year my goal was 50. This project is do able, I am going to check out the web sites. Thank you for sharring your project.

  3. What a fantastic thing you are doing Michelle. I have so much baby flannel, I need to make some of these also. Thanks for touching my heart and giving me the incentive to make a dozen of these myself.

  4. OMG thank you so so so very much for your wonderful quilts and you taking the time to blog about them, you see i was one of these babies born 3 moths to early, My twin did not make it, we were 1 lb 11oz at birth. and my mother didn't have anything for us, my mom bought doll clothes that were still to big for me. i know my mom would have loved something to have to remember my sister other then the memories and pain, she's was with the ones she loved when my sister passed, but she still suffers from time to time all these years later.

    because of you and your blog post. I am going to quilt angel blankets and preemie blanket for our hospital.

    Thank you again
    God bless
    Adele in Colorado

  5. Michele... God bless you for the compassion you have for the wee ones. Thanks for sharing the patterns with us.

    God bless and keep you,

  6. This post brought me to tears! Something I never think about, but I love that you have and what a heart you have to make these little blankets. I have had two miscarriages, and have been blessed to have three healthy beautiful little girls...I cannot imagine the pain the parents of a stillborn child go through...and even though it still hurts, this is just such an amazing thing to do.

  7. You make this world of ours such a brighter, warmer place just because you, an angel, exist here on earth. sharing your love and beauty with even the tiniest of spirits. Thank you, Michele, for being you. I count my life richer for having you share my daily world.

  8. How lovely of you! My heart wept as I read your post and looked at the tiny blankets.

    May God bless you as you reach out in love to others you don't even know.

  9. You are truly an angel.

  10. YOU are my favorite angel for sharing your thoughts and patterns for wrapping the littlest ones amongst us. Bless your heart.

  11. a very difficult thing to think about but you are so right and your generousity is a shining star for all of us to follow.


  12. I can't tell you how much these tiny homemade pieces will help a mom and baby. Those babies that do make it and grow strong can also benefit from snuggling in something that fits them well in the NICU. It's a joyous occasion when you get to hold your preemie for the first time! My 1st son was 1 lb 3 oz at 30 wks. We had to wait 4 wks to hold him for the first time and was wrapped in a giant towel - we could barely tell he was in there. This would have been amazing. Let me know if you have any connections in Arizona for hospitals needing these donated. I'd be happy to help.

  13. Anonymous12:28 PM

    You were just featured on Craft Gossip where I discovered your blog. LOVE your blog, and especially loved this post. So dear it brought tears to my eyes. You really do sew with your heart and with your hands!

  14. Anonymous9:03 AM

    I just want to say that those who perform this kind, angelic, and selfless act of service are to be blessed. My grandson was anencephalic and was very premature and not born alive. When I walked in the hospital room, and got to hold that sweet baby, he was dressed in a tiny, beautiful satin gown, a sweet delicate hood pulled up over his head, and wrapped in a beautiful small blanket. Oh, how grateful I was for those who made this for my angel grandson. They kept our grandson’s body covered and protected, and gave us time to hold him, and mourn his loss. Thank you thank you thank you!

  15. Hi Michele!

    I just had to tell you…this is such a beautiful idea and such a beautiful quilt! I absolutely adore the name “Angel Wrap” so wonderfully appropriate:)

    Best of Luck “Wrapping little Angels!”

    Sandy Newhart via craft

  16. Anonymous9:48 AM

    Hi Michele,
    This is a very nice and beautiful gesture by sharing these quilting sites with us.Iknow it must have taken you a few years to accomplish.
    Thank you again for all your dedication to other quilters around the world.P.S. Here is a web site all quilters may-be interrested in.
    Shelia Taylor from WV

  17. Anonymous2:02 PM

    A truly a caring person and generous to all. Thank you, and God Bless You!!:)

  18. Thank you for making these quilts. You are really going to bless a baby-loss mom's heart. One of our twins died after he was born at 25 weeks. We would have loved to have something like this to wrap him up in. Thank you again for making these. I plan on making some to take to the hospital where our sons were born.

  19. God bless you for doing this. It is so important that we give back to these most helpless little ones. These are so needed. When I first discovered Care Wear, I read a newspaper article that said some hospitals just used paper bags and I thought "not on my watch". My own preemie was my impetus and he is 32 now and I have made a mission of providing for these most fragile of babies. (( ))

    1. Please check out Nancy's group for helping out these precious preemies at:
      and think about joining in and helping them out with some little quilts etc. of your own. It's such a blessing to help out these tiniest of little ones!

  20. Thank you for this. I lost my baby at 17 weeks. I delivered last Sunday and buried my angel Casey yesterday. I went searching for something I could do for others in my situation, and this is certainly it. And having 3 hospitals within an hour of where I live, I can keep myself busy and honor Casey. Thank you so much.

  21. Oh what a lovely thing to do for these precious babies and their families
    These little quilts are just beautiful
    You truly are one of God's angels on Earth
    Hugs x

  22. Wow! So many links, thank you. The quilts we make for babies "born asleep" are 24" square. The batting is flannelette instead of conventional wadding.

  23. Thank you, thank you so, so much for both your work and this page. As a mother who has gone through the "Born Still" nightmare, I cannot tell you how important these little gifts, mementos and blankies truly are to we who have lost. I was fortunate enough to have been given a bereavement blanket, outfit and booties when our Angel daughter, Kaitlyn Gillian, was born - it's been almost 21 years now, but on each anniversary of our great loss I still go to my cedar chest and bring out that blanet and other momentos to hold in my hands. They are the only tangible proof that my baby existed, and as such...priceless. I was never able to thank the person(s) who had been involved in making them, but I will forever be grateful to them for gifting us with our baby's "hello and goodbye" outfit.
    Gratefully and with kind regards,
    An Angel's Mother

  24. You are a true heavenly angel to do this ,God bless you!!! There will be a special place in heaven for you!!!

  25. So many links,WOW!!! lot's to work with!!!

    You are a true angel on earth, there will be a special place in heaven for you!!! Thank You for doing this and remembering those littlest of the little!!! May god bless you!!!


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