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DIY Baby Gifts: 15 Baby Quilt Patterns for Your Next Shower

DIY Baby Gifts 15 Baby Quilt Patterns for Your Next Shower Make the season's most popular baby gifts with DIY Baby Gifts 15 Baby Quilt Patterns for Your Next Shower. If you want to know how to make a baby blanket that everyone will remember, then this tutorial has you covered. You'll also learn how to make your own baby toys and other miscellaneous baby items. DIY baby gifts are great because they're totally budget-friendly. Plus, you can make exactly what you want. The recipient of your DIY baby shower gift will be so appreciative because the gift came from the heart. Have fun with light and pastel colors with these projects. Babies love light colors.


Cathedral Window Playmat

Cathedral Window Playmat If you're looking for an original idea for a small handmade quilt gift to bring to a baby shower, you'll adore this amazing Cathedral Window Baby Playmat. By simply using a rotary cutter to create the pretty circles of a classic cathedral window quilt pattern, quilters can create a lovely baby quilt design made of pastel and floral fabric layers. Mothers will especially love the way the ultra-soft fabric of the Cathedral Window Baby Playmat is thick enough to safely cushion their small child during playtime.


Vintage Rag Flower Bib

Vintage Rag Flower Bib Bibs bought from the store all look so similar. Plus, vintage designs cost a fortune. Fom now on, you can make your own rag quilt by following this DIY Vintage Rag Flower Bib tutorial. It has instructions for how to make the rag bib itself as well as the applique flower design. The hardest part is probably attaching the snap at the end, but you can use velcro if you think that would be easier. This bib is a perfect baby shower gift, but it might be hard to give it away once you've finished making it.


Cheery Cherry Baby Bib

Cheery Cherry Baby Bib Any newborn little baby will love wearing the Cherry Cherry Baby Bib. If you want to know how to sew a bib, this tutorial will explain it in a no nonsense way. The red color in this baby bib is great for either a girl or a boy, so this bib is perfect if you don't know the sex of the baby yet. In this example, one of the quilt blocks features a boy and a girl sitting on a dock, but you can adapt the pattern to choose quilt blocks of your choice. The button closure on this bib makes it gentle on the baby's neck. Tie closures are fast, but you risk chaffing the baby's skin. You'll love this project, as will mom and baby, too.


11 of the Best Baby Scrap Quilts for Boys, Girls, and Baby Shower Gifts

11 of the Best Baby Scrap Quilts for Boys Girls and Baby Shower Gifts Celebrate the birth of a precious bundle of joy by creating a special baby quilt pattern. Even better, use some of your most darling scrap quilt patterns and check out our list of 11 of the Best Baby Scrap Quilts for Boys, Girls, and Baby Shower Gifts. From simple baby quilt patterns featuring cuddly bears and pretty pink baby blanket designs, to baby shower quilt gifts that can help a new mother, you will adore these truly darling scrap quilt designs for babies.


Planes, Trains, and Automobiles Burp Cloths

Planes Trains and Automobiles Burp Cloths Dress up those burp cloths with these Planes, Trains, and Automobiles Burp Cloths design. Simply cut out these classic images as applique quilt designs and attach them to your cloth. They're easy to add details to and they look adorable in any color scheme, so you can make this simple baby quilt design for babies of either gender. It'll be a big help to an expecting mother to receive these, and the cute applique patterns are just icing on the cake.


Floating Squares Stroller Blanket

Floating Squares Stroller Blanket If you've run out of baby quilt ideas for baby showers and little ones' birthdays, try making a patchwork stroller blanket instead of a ho-hum baby quilt pattern. The Floating Squares Stroller Blanket is a truly useful gift you quilt for a new mother. Use some cute charm quilt fabric to piece together a design that you know an expecting mother will love and be proud to show off on her stroller. Easy baby quilt patterns like this give you helpful alternatives to simply making a regular baby quilt.


Scrappy Roll-Up Changing Pad

Scrappy Roll-Up Changing Pad Rather than spending a ton of money on a store-bought changing mat, this Scrappy Roll-Up Changing Pad is perfect for new mothers to take on-the-go. By simply piecing large pieces of scrap quilt patterns to soft layers of fusible fleece, this easily pliable changing pad is safe and comfy for changing babies while out of the house. Choose to use leftover baby quilt patterns from previous projects to create an adorable matching set of baby travel accessories. Give this as a great functional and cute quilted gift at the next baby shower you attend.


How to Add Minky to a Baby Blanket

How to Add Minky to a Baby Blanket What's minky? It's that super soft fabric that babies love. In this tutorial, you'll learn How to Add Minky to a Baby Blanket. Sewing a blanket with minky is very simple when you have a clear and free tutorial. You can even add minky to a baby quilt you've already made to give it extra comfort. It's very trendy to put minky on the back of rag quilts in particular. Combine this tutorial with one of our baby rag quilt tutorials to create a one-of-a-kind and special quilt for your next baby shower. Mommy will love to wrap her little munchkin in it!


Little Critters Baby Bib

Little Critters Baby Bib Use Accuquilt Go! Dies to embellish this free towel bib pattern. The dragonfly, ladybug, and butterfly appliques make this Little Critters Baby Bib perfect for a baby girl. The simple tutorial will teach you how to sew a bib using a terry towel and binding.


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