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Category: Quilting For Baby
Dress up your little man with an appliqued necktie onesie! With a free applique pattern to print, leftover striped fabric, and a scrap of fusible web, you'll be able to whip up this manly little onesie in no time!
Embellish a plain hoodie with an applique horse design and a cute ruffled hood. This Appliqued Pony Silhouette Hoodie is a super easy way to dress up your little one in something unique without spending too much time or money!
The Baby Bird Quilted Wall Art piece is made by quilting a few scraps of fabric and batting together and then hand appliqueing shapes and letters on top. This tutorial makes an adorable handcrafted baby decoration for nurseries.
You can now learn how to put something extra into your nursery -- a custom crib bumper! You can quilt your very own by following this step-by-step tutorial. Choose your own colors, so you have the cutest colors for your baby girl or baby boy!
Help out an expecting mother by giving her a homemade Baby Burp Cloth. Small handmade quilt gifts like these are very helpful when it comes to cutting the costs of having a baby, and they're also easy to personalize when it comes to size and pattern. Make this baby quilt design and you'll have helped out in a big way. A whole stack of these easy baby quilt patterns will be one of the best free quilted gift patterns a new mother could receive in preparation for her baby.
Quilt the Baby Toys Applique Wall Hanging as baby decoration for nurseries or baby door decorations. This quilt wall banner is great for both baby girls and baby boys. This is also a good project for quilters decorating a church nursery or daycare.
Quilting can be such a resourceful way to save money when it comes to babies. You can make your own washable Comfy and Contoured Burp Pads out of a fat quarter and reuse them as often as you'd like. Fat quarter quilt patterns like this are really handy, as the material will absorb moisture but still retain it's natural softness and durability. It'll be a convenient baby quilt pattern that both mothers and babies will benefit from. Make some for yourself or give them as a gift to an expecting mother you know.
For a Fabulous Fat Quarter Baby Quilt you won't forget, try this DIY quilting tutorial for a stroller-sized quilt for infants. This baby stroller quilt pattern might give you enough fabric left over to make matching bows, hats, or handkerchiefs so that the little one can be decked out in decadent quilted wear. You can also use the fat quarter fabric for a wearable craft for yourself so that you and baby can match while out on the town together. Don't let this cool DIY craft go to waste.
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.
Cold weather calls for a Fluffy Flannel Baby Quilt that will warm a little one's soul. Following baby quilt instructions is easy with this DIY tutorial because it tells you exactly how big the end product will be and teaches you how to make a flannel baby blanket by hand. That's right, there is no machine involved in this homemade craft project, and it is perfect for beginners in quilting. Precious fabric patterns make for a great homemade gift at a baby shower. Years down the line, you may be able to say that you made that baby quilt all by yourself.