A baby girl's quilt. This is for a little girl who will be arriving in a couple of weeks to join her parents and big brother.
Her mom had picked out this darling bedding from Pottery Barn Kids. I made this quilt for her big brother, Dillon, almost three years ago. I had signed up for Rachel's Curved Class and had completed two of the 4 assignments (here and here), however, after vacation, job hunting and a real mental block after a failure with Drunkards Path ... I must admit I gave up ... btw ... Rachel did a GREAT job ... the failure was me ... definitely not her. So in the end, I decided to go with the theme that's on the bumper. It was quite simple to put together, and it was pretty much started and completed in a weekend (love those!). The back is pieced for a little visual interest. Bundle_of_joy.pdf. Quilts for Kids. So Cute! Another Baby Quilt. Due to the high level of traffic for this quilt from Pinterest, I have edited this post for those asking for a pattern.
There is no pattern, my customer made this with strips, rick rack, circles and a clip art turtle. She also made a Pony and a Moose. Sorry I can't help you. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This is uber cute and I am going to have to borrow her idea! I love it and it was so fun to quilt. Caramel colored Minky on the back. If you continue on down to the next post, you can see another similar quilt this sweet gal made. HST baby quilt tutorial. I normally sew bags, but lately I've been stuck on quilts.
Riley Blake Designs Blog: Category: Project Design Team Wednesday. Project Design Team Wednesday ~ Fat Quarter Baby Bonnet One of my very first sewing projects after my little girl (almost 10 years ago...sniff...sniff) was born was making some little baby bonnets for her...they were always a simple sew and they were so cute for a special occasion.
They are still a favorite sew of mine ... ...read more Project Design Team Wednesday ~ Flat Front Skirts Hi Riley Blake readers! ...read more Project Design Team Wednesday ~ Daddy Diaper Clutch Tutorial. Riley Blake Designs Blog: Project Design Team Wednesday ~ Fat Quarter Baby Bonnet. One of my very first sewing projects after my little girl (almost 10 years ago...sniff...sniff) was born was making some little baby bonnets for her...they were always a simple sew and they were so cute for a special occasion.
They are still a favorite sew of mine for baby gifts, since they are handmade and not something that most mamas would make for themselves. And the best part? THEY ONLY TAKE TWO FAT QUARTERS to make! Yep, 2 fat quarters and some ribbon and you have a darling little bonnet. This size that I am giving the tutorial for today fits a baby about 3-12 months so they can get a lot of wear out of them. . *2 coordinating Fat Quarters cut to 9" x 14" *1.5 yards of ribbon cut into three 18 inch pieces Step 1: Cut your fat quarters into two rectangles measuring 9 inches by 14 inches. Step 2: Place your lining rectangle on top of your main bonnet fabric with right sides together. Step 3: Turn and press your bonnet right sides out. Super Quick & Easy Baby Quilt...Tiny Trails - Orchid Owl Quilts. I’ve been looking at the California Dreamin’ collection by Free Spirit trying to devise a plan for an easy project.
After a couple days of racking my brain I finally had an idea…a baby quilt backed with Minky. Please note: This is a beginner project. It’s definitely not very complicated. Here’s the finished quilt top waiting to be quilted… Here’s what you will need: 5 fat quarters1/4 yard for first border1/2 yard for second borderOne afternoon…yes it’s that fast and easy Cutting Instructions: From fat quarters 1, 2, 3, 4 cut the following pieces: Quilting Made Simple - UCreate. Hi friends!
I’m Amy from Diary of a Quilter and I feel so honored to be hanging out at Ucreate today. I started really sewing about 10 years ago after the birth of my first baby. I needed a creative outlet, as well as something that stayed done after I’d worked on it, as opposed to the dishes and laundry that managed to constantly need to be re-done. Three more kids later, quilting is still that outlet for me. I used to feel like a bit of granny – okay I kind-of still do – and worried about people finding out about the fact that enjoy cutting up fabric and sewing it back together again. As you can already guess, this post is going to be about making a quilt!. This is an easy-peasy beginner quilt. Hot Cross Buns Quilt Tutorial: Liberty Blog Hop! Basic Baby Quilt Tutorial. How to Make the Playpen Baby Quilt.
Quick Triangles Baby Quilt. If you are looking for a crib-size quilt top that you can piece together in one evening, this half-square triangles quilt pattern is perfect for you.
It features 6 fat quarters of assorted fabric prints and large, 8″ x 8″ half-square triangles (HSTs), that you can make 8 at a time. Finished Quilt Size: 38″ x 53″ Fabric Requirements: - 6 fat quarters (18″ x 22″) of coordinating fabric prints - 5/8 yard white border fabric - 1 1/2 yards backing fabric - 3/8 yard binding fabric - Crib size (45″ x 60″) quilt batting To get started, break your fat quarters into three sets that match well together. Spread out and stack two of your fat quarters, and trim to an 18″ x 18″ square. Now, stack your 18″ x 18″ squares with right sides facing. Take your fabric to the sewing machine.
After you’ve stitched the four long lines, notice how the stitch lines go right through the center of the block. Press the seams open with an iron. Using a square ruler and your rotary cutter, trim each block to 8″ square. Sew Sweet: Colorful Treats Twin Bed Quilt Pattern. Free Baby Quilt Pattern - Free Crib Quilt Pattern - Baby Genius Synapse. Baby Quilts for Boys. Baby Quilts for Girls. Star Bright Quilt Free Pattern by Katie Blakelsey.pdf. Baby and Kids « Moda Bake Shop. Baby Quilts Ideas - Better Quilts for Newborns. It is always an exciting time when a new baby is expected in the family!
In this video, Diane Harris shares her tips for making better baby quilts, specifically for newborns, that will help mark these special occasions. Watch as some different examples of baby quilts are showcased, and listen as Diane walks you through step-by-step how to make a quilt for that special little bundle in your life. Category: All Videos, Projects, and Quilts. Tags: baby quilts, Free Videos, and newborn quilts. X's and O's Quilt Block - Easy Quilting Tutorials. Baby Lattice Quilt. Hi, I’m Amy Smart and I like to share my quilting adventures at my blog Diary of a Quilter.
I’m excited to share a tutorial for a sweet little baby quilt using a couple of Charm Packs and a contrasting sashing fabric. 2 Charm Packs (or 1 Charm Pack + a Fat Quarter) 1 yard sashing fabric (corrected) 1½ yards backing fabric 3/8 yard binding Collect (50) 5″ squares from either 2 Charm Packs or a Charm Pack + (8) 5″ squares from a coordinating Fat Quarter or two. From Binding Fabric cut: (4) 2 ½” x wof (width of fabric) fabric strips (or 180″ of continuous bias binding) From Sashing Fabric cut: (2) 5″ x wof (width of fabric) strips (1) 7 ½” x wof strip (10) 1 ½” x wof strips From one of the 5″ x wof strips, cut (2) 4 1/8” squares.
Whiskers: a Free Baby Quilt Pattern. It's no secret: cats are my favorite. "Cat" was my second word, I'm told. I've got one on my lap right now (he loves computing). If I'm at your house, and you have a cat, I'll find it and pet it. Even if there is a party going on. (I like dogs, too, don't worry.) Inspired by the inventive work of many paper-piecing designers, I thought about creating a cat quilt block that would satisfy my own sensibilities about using animals--not too cartoony or literal, and more geometric and silhouette-ish. Star Bright Quilt Free Pattern + Giveaway. 496I wanted to design a simple, fun, and free quilt pattern as part of the 100 Quilts for Kids Charity Quilt drive. Last week, I posted a few pictures of the finished Star Bright Quilt–here are instructions for a baby and throw size quilt, with a few quilting ideas thrown in. I hope to make one to donate before the September 30 deadline out of the fabrics I hand dyed last month.