20 Charming Baby Quilt Patterns: {Free}

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Here’s a lovely bunch of homemade quilts to make for baby, a few of them are so easy they’re ideal projects for beginners. Some have been featured previously here on Tipnut but have been moved here to make one handy project sheet (I’ll be adding more to this collection over time).

kundhi.com

kundhi.com

5 Easy Steps: Simple project using 1 piece of fabric for the top, one for the bottom, batting then trim (or bias binding).

Rainbow Bunting: Made with white quilter’s cotton, flannel, bunting flags and bias tape.

aprettycoollife.com

aprettycoollife.com

modabakeshop.com

modabakeshop.com

Candy Hearts: Finished size measures 45″x54″. You can bind it or add a ruffle.

Simple: Made with printed decorative fabric, batting, woven flannel, and cotton material for binding.

marthastewart.com

marthastewart.com

cloud9fabrics.blogspot.ca

cloud9fabrics.blogspot.ca

Square Patch: Shows step-by-step how to make a simple square patch.

Crayon Box: The secret to this one is that you start with just squares! You’ll be amazed at how simple and quick this is and it makes a great gift.

sewmamasew.com

sewmamasew.com

andothersillythings.blogspot.ca

andothersillythings.blogspot.ca

Polka Dot: Finished size measures 36″x44″.

Scrappy: Finished size measures 34″ square. Great stash buster!

sugarnspicecreations.blogspot.ca

sugarnspicecreations.blogspot.ca

lovelyritablog.blogspot.ca

lovelyritablog.blogspot.ca

Multi-Stripe: When choosing materials for this project, select those with a wide variety of prints. In other words, don’t be too “matchy.”

Whimsy: Suitable for beginners, you’ll find this to be a very simple design in a very manageable size.

sew4home.com

sew4home.com

diaryofaquilter.com

diaryofaquilter.com

Charm Pack: To make a 42″ x 42″ size, you will need 64 5″ squares – usually 2 Packs is perfect.

Life: Very cute, customize the words you wish to applique. Templates to download.

modabakeshop.com

modabakeshop.com

neverenoughhours.blogspot.ca

neverenoughhours.blogspot.ca

Fat Quarter: Finished size measures 34″x42″. Made with six fat quarters, backing material & binding, batting.

Minky Backed: The appliqued letter makes this extra special and adds a personal touch.

mamastellato.com

mamastellato.com

sew4home.com

sew4home.com

Scalloped: (rag style) After washing and drying, the seams gently fray or ‘rag’, producing a very soft and cuddly feel. If you can sew a straight line, you can make this. You’ll find another version here.

Flannel (for crib): Cuddly & dense, measures 36″ x 45″. As far as piecing it’s pretty simple to make, and there’s quite a bit of room for creative license.

cloud9fabrics.blogspot.ca

cloud9fabrics.blogspot.ca

finecraftguild.com

finecraftguild.com

Gorgeous: Lovely project, size is about 34 by 40 inches.

Puakenikeni: The flower block is made up of four traditional “Snowball” blocks.

lisaboyer.blogspot.ca

lisaboyer.blogspot.ca

honeybearlane.com

honeybearlane.com

Basketweave: Features a no-sew top and suitable for beginners, this can be whipped up in just a few hours.

Sweet Divinity Diamond: Assorted prints and white fabric for sashing, includes directions for making the template for the diamonds.

thequiltedfish.typepad.com

thequiltedfish.typepad.com

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Published: February 16, 2011
Updated: August 21, 2012

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One Comment to “20 Charming Baby Quilt Patterns: {Free}”
  1. Edie says:

    I am 78 yrs old with great, great grands and 3 on the way,, Please let me thank you millions for putting directions on your site. Many sewers put the Item on but are selfish with instructions.
    Their designs are what I am looking for, but, once I go get the site nothing.. I don’t want to have to sign up for information.
    I want to make “Baby Buntings” for the winter coming as I live up here in Rhode Island and winter can be terrible and these parents work and baby must travel in these cold mornings..Having a lot of “Fleece, Flannels, Chenniles,, I want to put to some good use.. Please help me.. Sincerely! Mrs C.


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