Simple Stripes Beginner Quilt


Simple Stripes Beginner Quilt

Simple Stripes Beginner Quilt

This Simple Stripes Beginner Quilt riffs on the concept of a simple rail fence quilt, setting two smaller offset contrasting stripes in each block. This baby quilt pattern is a simple project that will familiarize beginning quilters with quilting techniques. You can be as playful as you want to with this baby quilt design, especially if you like lots of colors. This rail fence quilt pattern is easy to design for both genders, so you can try this simple baby quilt pattern either way.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteA week or two

Primary TechniquePieced


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This is just beautiful. What a perfect quilt for a little girl. I see these beautiful patterns and think I can do that. Other than rag quilts, I have never had the nerve to jump in and make something like this. Has anyone here that is truly a beginner made this quilt? The different sizes scare me. I am always afraid they won't match!

Tammy, can do this! I thought about quilting for years and the longer I postponed, the more afraid I became. When I FINALLY jumped in and did it, I couldn't stop. I have stayed in comfort zone, the fun no-stress zone. Jenny at Missouri Star Quilt Company taught me everything through her excellent tutorials. Cratsy is good, too. There are is oodles of free teachers on YouTube. Go for it, friend!!

this makes me think to packs of gifts, I love these colors

ooo this one is hard but I think Quilting will take gold for me, I like the challenge of cutting up a perfectly good piece of fabric so I can sew it back together. :-) This one is beautiful.

I have been looking for something that I could make for Christmas presents and have accumulated some fabric, but I really need some help on getting down the basics. This looks like a great start in that direction. Alright FaveQuilts! I love how the instructions are setup for us beginners and will take us to more advanced projects!

I'm looking at the practicality of each craft. A child or elder adult could get very good use out a quilt daily, while Christmas ornaments are seasonal and not otherwise particulary useful, except as embellishments for a tree, etc. I vote QUILT all the way.

Love the quilt/

Such pretty colors on this quilt and I like that it is a beginner level.

As much as I love to paint, I will have to vote for this adorable quilt. What a perfect project for a beginner.

Hands down quilting wins this round for me....

can never have too many baby quilts on hand.

I love this! Quilting is much better than painting. :)

sometimes simpler is better, love the look of this!

Beautiful! I feel even I could make this!

I think quilt is a great project to use left over materials, printing this pattern out, I want to start working on it this week!

I love quilts but I've never done one, and I don't know if I would ever try to make one,at least not one as pretty as this one -

Love the quilt. WWill have to keep the pattern for when the weather turns cooler and quilting is possible again.

I LOVE quilting and usually have at least one quilt going at all times!

This is nice. Very colourful for a baby.

I love quilting. To me it is a year round project.

very pretty but I'm not a quilter. I would definitely consider buying this though.

Love the way the lines goes in different directions. It will be eye catching for a baby.

Have always wanted to try quilting--this looks like a good one to start with, beautiful colors too

Love the simplicity of the pattern and the colors really show through.

I love to quilt, and this is beautiful. But this time of year I choose to do projects that don't take much time; I would do this later though!


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