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Afternoon Six and a Half Dozen Baby Quilt Pattern

Afternoon Six and a Half Dozen Baby Quilt Pattern While the little one is down for a nap, mix and match some of your favorite fat quarter quilt patterns and whip up an Afternoon Six and a Half Dozen Baby Quilt Pattern before the day is over. Beginners should definitely make this one of their first baby quilt patterns. It's a simple design that doesn't require a lot of fabric. You can also easily adapt the pattern to match any color scheme of your choosing. Such a charming quilt pattern can be a great way to relax after a long day. You may find yourself making this easy baby quilt pattern into a project for yourself!

 

Festive Fall Baby Quilt

Festive Fall Baby Quilt Do you know someone who's expecting in fall? This Festive Fall Baby Quilt is the perfect gift for any autumn baby. The great thing about this free baby quilt pattern is the exploding star shapes. The fall-colored hues will keep the baby calm, but the interesting star shapes will keep the baby engaged and happy. Use scrap fabric for this project for a fun and effortless scrapbuster project. For the back of the quilt, choose a single fabric to make your life easier. We love an animal printed fabric, like the turtle fabric used in this tutorial. You'll be surprised how easy it is to piece this project together!

 

Easy Personalized Strip Quilt for Baby

Easy Personalized Strip Quilt for Baby Make an Easy Personalized Strip Quilt for Baby with this colorful baby quilt pattern. Use leftover strips of fun fabric to make bright and cheery baby quilts, and add appliqued letters that spell the baby's name for a personal touch. Strip quilt piecing makes a dynamic color scheme, and matching this simple baby quilt pattern to a nursery or toy is a breeze. The other wonderful part about strip piecing is that you can sew in straight lines, which makes this free project an absolutely fabulous first quilting project for a beginner. If you give this quilt as a gift, your friend or loved one will be eternally grateful.

 

Sweet Dreams Baby Quilt

Sweet Dreams Baby Quilt If you're looking for easy baby quilt patterns for quick baby girl quilts that will use up leftover fabrics, the Sweet Dreams Baby Quilt tutorial is everything you need! You will need fairly large scraps for this patchwork pattern, but the results are adorable! Use some colorful charm pack quilt patterns to make sure this easy baby quilt will fit in nicely in your nursery. This is the perfect baby quilt design to work on if you're still a beginner or want to practice your sashing technique on a patchwork quilt pattern.

 

27 Free Baby Quilt Patterns

16 Free Baby Quilt Patterns As quilters, the first thing we think of when a new baby comes along is what kind of quilt we're going to make for it. Choose an interesting new quilt pattern from this collection of 27 Free Baby Quilt Patterns! You can't go wrong with these adorable baby quilts. These quilts are quick and easy projects with straightforward patterns that can easily be adapted for any fabric, gender or decor. They'll be warm and cozy gifts for a new mother and baby.

 

One Color Scrappy Baby Quilt

One Color Scrappy Baby Quilt The One Color Scrappy Baby Quilt proves that simple patterns for scrap quilts can be just as attractive as other easy baby quilt patterns. Simply choose an assortment of scraps in one color, and your scrappy baby quilt will have perfect harmony. It's a cute design suitable for both boys and girls, and you can make it extra special by using fabric scraps from your favorite quilt patterns. Your little one will want to keep this baby quilt pattern with them even after they've all grown up, and with such a unique patchy design, it'll make the perfect keepsake.

 

Bright Geometric Baby Quilt

Bright Geometric Baby Quilt This Bright Geometric Baby Quilt is great for a baby boy. This baby quilt design uses a variety of geometric shapes to create a fun and memorable baby quilt. The blue and green hues of this baby quilt are perfect for any little man. This 16-patch quilt pattern is easier than it looks, too. This step-by-step quilt tutorial will not lead you astray. All you need for this project is some sashing and fat quarters, and you're good to go. Sew batting onto this quilt to make it a little bit thicker. A newborn baby will love cuddling up to this warm and interesting quilt. A new mommy and baby will absolutely love this gorgeous quilt.

 

Starry Night Baby Quilt

Starry Night Baby Quilt Any baby will look absolutely blissful in this Starry Night Baby Quilt. DIY Baby Quilts are the latest trend these days. The best gift for a new mother is a cute baby quilt like this one. The starry design of the quilt will keep the baby happy with all of its bright colors. The project won't be too time consuming either because of the small dimensions. Expand the project by widening the dimensions. Or, you could even make a few quilts, as we know how babies dirty their quilts easily. A tired mother will be grateful for a few spares.

 

Fat Quarter Rainbow Baby Quilt

Fat Quarter Rainbow Baby Quilt Fat quarter quilt patterns make choosing and buying fabric easy. Select 6 fat quarters in all different colors for this Fat Quarter Rainbow Baby Quilt. The unique way of piecing the fabric in this baby quilt pattern creates a beautifully colorful effect.

 

Bright and Cheery Fat Quarter Crib Quilt

Bright and Cheery Fat Quarter Crib Quilt This Bright and Cheery Fat Quarter Crib Quilt is a great way to learn how to sew a baby blanket. The small dimensions of this DIY baby quilt makes the project less time consuming than a regular full-sized quilt. Make a fun and funky border for your quilt to practice your bordering technique. You could also use complementary colored fabrics to give your quilt a pop of color. Finally, if you know how to do free-motion quilting, you can practice your technique with this project. The little baby will appreciate your wintery handmade creation.

 

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