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Classic Pink Hourglass Quilt

Updated September 04, 2023
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Classic Pink Hourglass Quilt
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This adorable baby quilt pattern uses the classic hourglass pattern with modern pink fabrics for an updated twist! The Classic Pink Hourglass quilt is the perfect easy baby quilt pattern for an upcoming baby shower or birthday. It can even be made in blues or greens for a baby boy. You'll use some basic quilting techniques that will become an eye-catching, but not overly complicated baby quilt pattern that both you and your little one can enjoy. An hour glass quilt pattern you make for someone else will truly be timeless.

Project TypeMake a Project

Quilt Size32 inches wide x 41 inches long

Time to CompleteWeekend project


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Very pretty quilt that does not look very complicated to make. I like that you could change the color of the fabric to use scraps if you wanted or use another color "theme". The pattern is striking against the bright white background too. If you made this quilt in blue fabrics, you could call them "bow ties" for a masculine quilt.

I made this for my new great niece - the new mom LOVED it! I used a minky back with embroidered monogram then "Tied" quilted by zigzagging in the corners of the blocks, the stitches were hidden on the back by the texture of the minky.

It's wonderful, nanalovesquilting 2344611!

I believe I remember someone calling this a spool quilt. Because it looks like sewing spools from the thread.


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