Best Curious George Fabric for Sewing and Quilting

Curious George fabric is not just for the baby’s nursery. I have decorated bedrooms with Curious George designs for children from the toddler age on up to young adults. Curious George stuff seems to cross all barriers pertaining to age and gender.

I’m not sure whether it’s the colors in the fabrics or the characters that appeal to both young and old but one thing is for sure; these prints are one of the most popular fabrics that I have seen.
CURIOUS GEORGE NURSERY THEMES

CURIOUS GEORGE BEDDING SETS

CURIOUS GEORGE WALLPAPERS

CURIOUS GEORGE COLORING SHEETS

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I’m not sure whether it’s the colors in the fabrics or the characters that appeal to both young and old but one thing is for sure; these prints are one of the most popular fabrics that I have seen.

CURIOUS GEORGE BEDDING SETS
If you can't locate a set of bedding in the size that you need or the color that matches your Curious George Wallpaper; make it yourself! Queen or king size Curious George comforter sets would be expensive ready made, but you can buy yards of Curious George fabric to make a duvet, a bedskirt and shams for a fraction of the price.

CURIOUS GEORGE QUILTING FABRIC
Quilters are always on the lookout for a fat quarter or even a few yards of colorful cotton Curious George fabric. Patchwork crib quilts are a popular gift for new moms that won’t have you slaving over the sewing machine for weeks. A cute baby quilt wouldn’t take nearly as much fabric as a complete set of Curious George baby crib bedding. You could alternate inexpensive, coordinating solid fabrics with the squares that have the monkey pattern to save some money. If you will be using your Curious George fabric for a baby, be sure that you get 100% cotton. You may even need to check with your mom to see if she’s using all organic fabrics and accessories in the baby’s room.

CURIOUS GEORGE FLEECE
There are lots of cool things you can make with fleece fabrics. Even a non-sewing girl such as me can manage sewing a Curious George fleece baby blanket to wrap a newborn on chilly days. If you know your way around a sewing pattern and needle and thread you can use easy to sew fleece Curious George fabric to make (cheap) fleece baby clothing like:

  • Baby booties
  • Hats and Mittens
  • Buntings and snow suits
  • Baby car seat covers

The only color that I see lacking in Curious George flannel fabric would be pink for a baby girl. You can find prints and patterns with bright blue, red and yellow backgrounds but no pink. Curious George can be described as gender neutral, but somebody’s missing the boat by not bringing hot pink colors into the product line.

CURIOUS GEORGE FLANNEL FABRICS
Many crafts minded people claim that cotton fleece fabrics have taken the place of cotton flannel, but I still believe that there is a place for flannel in a baby’s layette. Flannel may not hold its colors or hem as easily as fleece, but there are days when a light flannel baby blanket is just the right weight. Another place that flannel is especially nice is in sheet sets. Many people leave both flat and fitted Curious George flannel sheets on cribs and beds year round!

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