13 Best Baby Boys' Wearable Blankets

List Updated March 2020

Bestselling Baby Boys' Wearable Blankets in 2020


HALO SleepSack Micro-Fleece Wearable Blanket, Baby Blue, Small

HALO SleepSack Micro-Fleece Wearable Blanket, Baby Blue, Small
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • The original wearable blanket replaces loose blankets in the crib for a safer environment; the #1 choice of hospital nurseries to promote safe sleep
  • Made from a super-soft polyester micro-fleece fabric with a TOG rating of 1.0, just the right comfort for moderate seasons or climates; can be layered with warmer sleepwear for cooler temperatures; plush inside and out and wicks away moisture
  • Unique, roomy sack design recognized by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute as "hip healthy" - allows room for kicking but cannot be kicked off, so Baby stays warm and safe all night
  • Inverted zipper opens from the bottom for easy diaper changes; sleeveless to reduce the risk of overheating; arm and neck openings sized for a safer fit
  • Available here in Small size designed for babies weighing between 10 and 18 pounds who are generally 0-6 months old and 23-26 inches long

Michley Baby Girl Boy Flannel Wearable Blanket,Lightweight Sleeveless Sleeping Bag with Feet 1-2.5T (Sky Blue)

Michley Baby Girl Boy Flannel Wearable Blanket,Lightweight Sleeveless Sleeping Bag with Feet 1-2.5T (Sky Blue)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020

Vaenait baby 1-7Y Ultra Soft Plush Fleece Kids Boys Wearable Blanket Slepper Blue Alps S

Vaenait baby 1-7Y Ultra Soft Plush Fleece Kids Boys Wearable Blanket Slepper Blue Alps S
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • S (1-3 Years) / M (3-5 Years) / L (5-7 Years)
  • Ultra Soft and Breathable ; Light Weighted GSM 300g
  • Not easy pilling fabric and with Brushed Fleece-Lined Interior.
  • Extra Warmth ; TOG Rating : 2 which fits 66-70 F room temperature.
  • Features a handy 2-way zipper that makes our sleep sack easy to use.

BON BEBE Baby Best Friends Assorted 2 Pack Wearable Blanket, Neutral, 0-6 Months

BON BEBE Baby Best Friends Assorted 2 Pack Wearable Blanket, Neutral, 0-6 Months
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Set of two baby gowns in allover pattern print with snap-button front closures and tagless collar

OuYun Baby Organic Sleeping Winter Detachable Sleeve Wearable Blanket, 150g Filling(50-68?)

OuYun Baby Organic Sleeping Winter Detachable Sleeve Wearable Blanket, 150g Filling(50-68?)
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020

Vaenait baby Toddler Kids 1-7Y Double-Layered Cotton Wearable Blanket Sleeper Sleep Peep M

Vaenait baby Toddler Kids 1-7Y Double-Layered Cotton Wearable Blanket Sleeper Sleep Peep M
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • S (1-3 Years) / M (3-5 Years) / L (5-7 Years)
  • This Blanket Sleeper can't be kicked off so baby stays warm all night.
  • Sleeveless to allow for ease of dressing and freedom of movement.
  • Breathable fabric keeps baby warm and comfortable
  • Unzips from the bottom for easy diaper changes

Vaenait baby 1-7Y Ultra Plush Fleece Kids Boys Wearable Blanket Slepper Cloud Mint S

Vaenait baby 1-7Y Ultra Plush Fleece Kids Boys Wearable Blanket Slepper Cloud Mint S
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • S (1-3 Years) / M (3-5 Years) / L (5-7 Years)
  • Ultra Soft and Breathable ; Light Weighted GSM 300g
  • Not easy pilling fabric and with Brushed Fleece-Lined Interior.
  • Extra Warmth ; TOG Rating : 2 which fits 66-70 F room temperature.
  • Features a handy 2-way zipper that makes our sleep sack easy to use.

Baby Deedee Sleep Nest Sleeping Sack, Warm Baby Sleeping Bag fits Newborns and Infants, White Lime Green, Medium 6-18 Months

Baby Deedee Sleep Nest Sleeping Sack, Warm Baby Sleeping Bag fits Newborns and Infants, White Lime Green, Medium 6-18 Months
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • SAFE AND COZY SLEEP: breathable fabric & comforting cocoon shape mean a restful night's sleep for all
  • UNIQUE FEATURE: exclusive shoulder straps make placing a sleeping or standing baby in the sleep nest a cinch, high-quality reverse zipper. Filling is 100 percent polyester
  • HIGH QUALITY: 100% cotton exterior, soft quilted interior
  • WINTER WEIGHT: quilted duvet material, extra layer of warmth, TOG 2.5, Recommended room temp 64-74 DegreeF
  • Machine wash cold inside out with like colors. Don't bleach, tumble dry low, don't dry clean

GEX Baby Sleep Sack 100% Cotton Wearable Blanket Baby Sleeping Bag Spring/Autumn Pink Animal Party 100 (3mos-6.5year)

GEX Baby Sleep Sack 100% Cotton Wearable Blanket Baby Sleeping Bag Spring/Autumn Pink Animal Party 100 (3mos-6.5year)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020

Hudson Baby Wearable Safe Soft Jersey Cotton Sleeping Bag, Midnight Stars, 12-18 Months

Hudson Baby Wearable Safe Soft Jersey Cotton Sleeping Bag, Midnight Stars, 12-18 Months
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Super Soft Cotton Sleeping Bag
  • Zipper Zips Bottom to Top for Easy Diaper Changes
  • Zipper Protection to Avoid Irritation
  • Affordable Gift Option!
  • If you purchase from BabyVision seller and experience any quality problems, please contact BabyVision through your Amazon account.

Disney Dumbo Wearable Blanket, Grey, Medium

Disney Dumbo Wearable Blanket, Grey, Medium
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • The Disney Wearable Blanket is designed to replace loose blankets during sleeptime, and is worn over regular sleepware
  • 100% polyester exclusive of decoration
  • Comes in two sizes -- Small and Medium. Small fits babies 0-6 months old, 7-14 pounds. Medium fits babies 6-12 months old, 14-22 pounds

Rene Rofe Baby Kids' Little Newborn Unisex Wearable Blanket, Moose, 0-6 Months

Rene Rofe Baby Kids' Little Newborn Unisex Wearable Blanket, Moose, 0-6 Months
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • Set of two baby gowns in allover print with snap-button front closures and tag less collar
  • Machine wash

Nine States Baby Soft Cotton Sleeping Sack Long Sleeve Wearbale Blanket Beige X-Large

Nine States Baby Soft Cotton Sleeping Sack Long Sleeve Wearbale Blanket Beige X-Large
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020

DIY Fleece Wearable Blanket for an Infant

Wearable blankets are currently promoted as an answer to SIDS and crib suffocation problems. But as many parents find, wearable blankets are expensive! In this tutorial, learn how to make a wearable blanket for your infant at a fraction of the cost you would pay in a store.

Step One:
Determine your pattern. You can either trace an existing wearable blanket, or draw "freehand." (Tissue paper sold in the giftwrap aisle is an easy and inexpensive source of paper large enough to draw a pattern on, and has the additional benefits of folding up nice and neat for storage, as well as letting you see through to the fabric underneath so you can line up prints as you wish.) It's the easiest by far to trace a blanket you already have (make sure to add a good half-inch for seam allowance all the way around, and an extra inch at the shoulders).

Step Two:
Fleece shrinks very little, so it shouldn't be necessary to prewash. Lay the fleece out, still folded in half as it came off the bolt (i.e., the "wrong" sides of the fabric should be together). Transfer your pattern to the fabric, aligning the bottom of the pattern to the fold. I find it easiest to have a big permanent marker and trace around the edge of the pattern, but you may prefer to pin the pattern itself onto the fleece. Cut out the pattern, leaving the fold at the bottom whole. Do not cut a slit for the zipper.

Step Three:
Once the blanket is completely cut out, open it up and pin the zipper, "right" side down, to the "wrong" side of the fabric. (So you are looking at the wrong side of the zipper AND the wrong side of the fabric.) You want the top of the zipper (where the little metal stops are) to be right at the top edge of the blanket's neck, and be careful to center the rest of the zipper onto the fabric, pinning at the bottom and at 2-3 additional points.

Step Four:
Unzip the zipper about four inches, then place additional pins to hold the now-unzipped portion in place. (This is not necessary if you are hand-sewing.)

Step Five:
Make sure you are only dealing with one layer of fleece! The "back" of the blanket is not involved in these next few steps. Sew down the right-hand side of the zipper, staying close to the edge of the zipper. Once you get almost to the zipper pull (i.e., have sewn about 3½ inches), stop sewing and put the needle in the down position. Raise the foot.

Step Six:
Carefully push the zipper pull back up to the top. This requires some wiggling and maybe a little bit of stretching, but by pushing from the bottom of the pull and tugging on the top, you should be able to get it past your machine foot unless you've been sewing too close to the center of the zipper. (If that happens, unzip the zipper a little farther, and sew a few more stitches, this time sewing closer to the zipper edge so you have more room to get it past.)

Step Seven:
Continue down until the point you wish for your zipper to "end," being careful not to stretch the fleece as you sew. Put the needle down, turn the entire blanket 90 degrees and sew across the zipper. (I backstitch and forward stitch a few times across the entire zipper to add strength.) Turn again, and sew up the other side of the zipper (towards the top). When you get four inches or so from the neck, put your needle down, lift the foot, and again unzip the zipper past the foot. Sew up the rest of the way. The hardest part is done! Zip the zipper back to the top.

Step Eight:
Now, flip the fabric over so it's right-side up. You should see two lines of stitching where the zipper should be. Slide your scissors between those two lines of stitching and between the fleece and the zipper, and cut the fleece (not the zipper!) open all the way down the length of the zipper, leaving a small allowance at the very end. It's important to cut down the center of those lines, or your zipper may look funny or even get caught in the fleece.

Step Nine:
Now fold the blanket so that the right sides of the fabric are together. Carefully line up the sides and arm holes, and sew up one side from the fold to the beginning of the arm hole, taking care not to stretch the fleece. It should not be necessary to use pins; the fleece generally holds together pretty well. Repeat the process on the other side. This and the next step are good points to use a serger/overlock machine, if you have one.

Step Ten:
Finally, line up and sew across the tops of the shoulders.

Step Eleven:
Turn the garment right side: voila! A finished, inexpensive wearable blanket.

Step Twelve -- OPTIONAL:
You can help reduce a potential source of skin irritation by adding a zipper cover flap. Just cut a small piece of leftover fleece, about 2½ inches by 1 inch, and attach at the neck. You can use a snap, a piece of hook-and-loop tape, or even a button to tack it down, taking care to attach it well enough that baby can't get it loose.

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