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Striped Chevrons Baby Quilt Tutorial

By: Erica Jackman from kitchentablequilting.com
Striped Chevrons Baby Quilt Tutorial
Striped Chevrons Baby Quilt Tutorial
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Following a baby quilt pattern has never been this stress-free. The Striped Chevrons Baby Quilt Tutorial is a super-fast, simple pattern that will let you whip up an easy baby blanket in no time at all. The only materials you need for this gorgeous chevron quilt are two jelly rolls and enough cloth for the quilt's back, plus the binding of your choice. Suit your fabric to your child, using a blend of their favorite colors (or yours!) to create the perfect baby blanket. This project won't take you more than an afternoon and can be a great excuse to use up some old coordinating leftovers.

Project TypeMake a Project

Quilt Size37 inches wide x 40 inches long

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueQuilting


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I've made this quilt top. The instructions and pattern are lovely. However, this site states it can be made "in an afternoon" or "in an evening." If you want to make your cuts right, and your seams to match, this takes longer than that. I spent about 18 hours on mine.

Chevrons are so popular right now, so this quilt is sure to be a popular choice for everyone. It looks so pretty with the pastel colors and white fabrics. Baby quilts are smaller and can be a good choice when learning to quilt. I think you could easily make this quilt fairly quickly, and with the smaller size, it would be a great way to learn on a quilt with much less bulkiness than full size ones. A few quilts are nice to have for babies so they always have one while another is in the laundry. Great for a crib or for "tummy time" on the floor! I have this one on my "to make" list!

One of my faves! The pattern is so eye-catching, but it still looks clean instead of busy.


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