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Category: Kids Quilts
Summer vacation is coming up soon, and break is the best time to teach your children the basics of quilting. Get them involved in your hobby with 14 Quilting Projects for Young Children. These beginning quilt patterns are just right for them!
Whether you're sewing gifts for kids in the family or your own little ones at home, quilting for kids is always a blast! These 17 Free Quilting Patterns for Children are full of cheerful prints, whimsical appliques, and lovable handcrafted soft toys!
The Blanket to Backpack Tutorial is a clever quilted tote bag pattern that will keep kids comfy no matter where they go! The quilted blanket folds up into a backpack that can also hold books and toys. It's perfect for traveling, sleepovers, and pre-school!
This free quilted tote bag pattern is Part 2 of the Blanket to Backpack Tutorial. It's one of our favorite kid quilt patterns because it easily transforms from a quilt to a tote bag that straps on like a backpack. It's great for traveling!
The Blocky Munki quilt is a quick and easy pattern for making fun, interactive children's quilts. Fussy cut pictures and playful prints in a few different sizes and then piece them together in rectangular blocks for this whimsical quilt.
If you are yearning for a warm blanket, get started on this easy Brick Pattern Fat Quarter Quilt. It is a DIY fat quarter project for a comfortable kids quilt that is easy to make and even easier for them to love. Piece together fabric scraps that are meaningful to you, and use a sewing machine to stitch the edges together. The end result is a personalized fat quarter quilt that is totally unique. The crazier the design on the bricks, the more the kids will love it. A hand-stitched monogram could be a good gifting touch as well. If this is your first time quilting using a fat quarter pattern, it should only take you a night.
These wonderful Crayon Drawing Quilt Blocks will give you great quilt block ideas for children's quilts. The tutorial will walk you through setting crayon on fabric in order to preserve kids' drawings in a playful quilt.
Keeping children occupied can be a daunting task. This Crazy Kids Quilt is fun enough to keep them busy and comfortable enough to keep them on the couch instead of running around the house. Use prints with small figures to play an "I Spy" game. You will have your very own quilted treasure hunt as well as a big blanket for your bed at the end of the day. With six rows of five squares, your quilt should be done by the end of the weekend.
Quilt a DIY Bed Roll for your child to bring to school or daycare. This pattern for a nap mat is also great to make for traveling, sleepovers, and trips to visit relatives. Your children will be warm and cozy with these nap mats wherever they are!
Make pillows for young children featuring an adorable elephant applique! This Elephant Applique Cushion is easy to make with fusible webbing. It comes together in no time and makes a great handmade piece for decorating kids' rooms.