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Roly Poly Teddy Bear Quilt

By: Sandra Dennison for graybarndesigns.com
Roly Poly Teddy Bear Quilt
Roly Poly Teddy Bear Quilt

"This cute baby quilt can be customized with color for a boy or girl -- you could even make it a Christmas quilt by changing up the colors! It's quick and easy and sure to become a favorite for gift-giving."

Project TypeMake a Project

Quilt Size46 inches wide x 44 inches long

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Primary TechniqueQuilting

Easy

Materials List

  • Mix of Cream Fabrics:
    Cut 136 (3 inch squares)
    Cut 4 (2 ½ inch squares)
  • Mix of Brown Fabrics
    Cut 86 (3 inch squares)
    Cut 8 (1 ½ inch squares)
    Cut 12 (2 ½ inch squares)
  • Mix of Pink Fabrics
    Cut 2 (3 inch squares)
    Cut 4 (3 inch squares)
    Cut 6 (3 inch squares)
    Cut 6 (3 inch squares)
    Cut 1 heart shape for applique
  • Solid Pink Fabric
    Cut 8 (2 ½ inch x 1.0 inch rectangles) Cut 8 (3 ½ inch x 1.0 inch rectangles)
    Cut 2 (3.5 inch x WOF strips)
    Cut 2 (3.5 inch x 38 inch strips)
    Cut 5 (2 ¼ inch x WOF strips)

Roly Poly Teddy Bear Quilt

Quilting Instructions

  1. 1. Teddy ears, face and heels of feet Make 10 brown and cream half square triangles using the steps below: a. Take one cream 3” square and place it right side up on your work surface. b. Take one brown 3” square and using a thin pencil, make a diagonal line from corner to corner on the wrong side of the fabric. Place it right side down on the 3” cream square. c. Sew along the diagonal line.

  2. d. Trim the block ¼” from the line you just sewed. Press seam toward the brown fabric.

  3. 2. Teddy hands Make 4 brown and pink half square triangles from 3” squares using the method described in steps 1a through 1d above.

  4. 3. Teddy ears (center blocks) Make 2 snowball blocks for the ear center blocks using the steps below: a. Take one 3” pink square and place it right side up on your work surface. b. Take one 1 ½” brown square and using a thin pencil, make a diagonal line from corner to corner on the wrong side of the fabric. Place it right side down on the upper left corner of the 3” pink square and sew along the diagonal line. c. Trim the block ¼” from the line you just sewed. Press seam toward the brown fabric.

  5. d. Take one 1 ½” brown square and using a thin pencil, make a diagonal line from corner to corner on the wrong side of the fabric. Place it right side down on the upper right corner of the pink square and sew along the diagonal line. Trim the block ¼” from the line you just sewed. Press seam toward the brown fabric.

  6. e. Turn your block upside down and repeat steps 3a through 3d above.

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