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Vintage Hankie Quilt for Baby

Vintage Hankie Quilt for Baby Make this Vintage Hankie Quilt for Baby with a bunch of old-fashioned handkerchiefs. You can pick up a pile of vintage hankies at a county fair or flea market and use this free baby quilt pattern to make a quick, beautiful quilt with vintage charm. These handkerchief quilts would also make lovely wall hangings or table toppers.

 

A Hundred Hugs Baby Quilt

A Hundred Hugs Baby Quilt The Hundred Hugs Baby Quilt is an incredibly easy baby quilt pattern that you can make with a variety of small charm packs or a jelly roll. Piece together similar colored squares, and then give your quilt a border of half square triangles. Make this quilt in shades of pink for a girl or shades of blue for a boy. Nine patch quilt block patterns are very popular right now, and you can learn how to change your quilting routine with this easy variation. This baby quilt pattern is one of the most beloved quilt patterns of our FaveQuilts readers! Quilt it today for some fun.

 

Fuzzy Wuzzy Baby Quilt

Fuzzy Wuzzy Baby Quilt This soft and light Fuzzy Wuzzy Baby Quilt is the dream of any infant. The minky, or soft fabric, on this quilt make it incredible to snuggle up with. This easy quilt tutorial will guide you through basic piecework technique. One thing we absolutely love about this quilt pattern is the pastel color tones. The color palette is so calming for a newborn, and not too overwhelming. The small dimensions of this project also make it a great beginner project. If you're a more advanced quilter, try some swirly free motion designs on top. No matter what you do, this baby quilt is a delight.

 

Sweetheart Vintage Sheet Baby Quilt

Sweetheart Vintage Sheet Baby Quilt Although buying new quilting fabric is always fun, you can save time and pennies by upcycling the fabric from old pillowcases and sheets to make your own gorgeous vintage sheet quilts. For example, this Sweetheart Vintage Sheet Baby Quilt is made out of pretty blue and yellow vintage fabrics. While you follow this tutorial, you'll find it quite easy to make a baby quilt showcasing a lovely heart quilt pattern. Piecing together individual quilting blocks is especially easy because this guide includes a useful heart-shaped grid.

 

Everyday Easy Baby Quilt

Everyday Easy Baby Quilt Take a break from mommy or grandma duty to make this Everyday Easy Baby Quilt. In just a few short hours, you'll learn how to make a baby blanket. The calming effect of this nautically-inspired quilt is wonderful, and the baby will love it too. The fabulous thing about a DIY baby quilt is that the final product doesn't need to be absolutely perfect. The baby will love it regardless. Choose densely patterned fabrics for your quilt, so that if the baby spits up, it won't be as obvious. Also, make sure to pick washable fabrics at the fabric store. That way, you can toss this everyday baby blanket in the washing machine without blinking an eye.

 

Sunday in the Park Baby Quilt

Sunday in the Park Baby Quilt Push the stroller to the park with this Sunday in the Park Baby Quilt. Each star quilt block in this beautiful quilt will shine brightly on the grass during a family picnic. This nine patch tutorial is great because it's so simple to assemble the blocks together. Creating the colorful stars is a little bit of a challenge, but working with half triangles and squares is a lot easier than curved quilting. Choose bright colors for this quilt to make the sun come out on a gloomy day. The free motion quilting on top of this design makes it extra special. Try out your free motion technique today!

 

Magic Jelly Roll Quilt

Magic Jelly Roll Quilt Make quick baby girl quilts for upcoming baby showers with this Magic Jelly Roll Quilt. This baby quilt pattern will make bright and cheery baby quilts with "magic" cutting and piecing that you can finish in just a few hours. It's one of the cutest and easiest-ever jelly roll quilt patterns you'll find, and it looks adorable in so many different color schemes. Strip quilt piecing makes the baby quilt design look intricate, but piecing it together won't take you long. Give this cute quilt to your special little someone for their birthday or just because. Plus, mom will be grateful for another blanket for the crib.

 

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.

 

Helen's Scalloped Baby Quilt

Helens Scalloped Baby Quilt Complete Helene's Scalloped Baby Quilt for a baby quilt pattern with a classic look and a stand-out border. A majority of the cute baby quilt design is made up of nine patch quilt block patterns, but the real detail work comes in once you're ready to make your border. Grab your curved ruler and make cute scalloped edges that go nicely with a soft, decorative easy baby quilt pattern. This border complements the interior and challenges you to take a different approach to how you finish your quilt patterns.

 

Rainbow Star Quilt Tutorial

Rainbow Star Quilt Tutorial The Rainbow Star Quilt Tutorial is the perfect quilt for a nursery. This quilt design is great for baby's developing eyes, with its many colors and patchwork layout. This baby quilt tutorial is great for practicing piecework, as it consists of many small squares interspersed with pretty star accents. Use this beautiful baby quilt as a play mat or a naptime blanket. It's perfect for sitting outside on bright summer days or for a picnic in late spring. Though cutting squares can be tedious, all the work will be well worth it when you have this beautiful finished quilt!

 

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