This is a fun and relatively easy baby/toddler size quilt that is beginner friendly, and pretty straight forward to make (no intricate piecing), as long as you can cut and sew strips together, you can make this oh so adorable quilt.
The finished size of this quilt is about 42" x 54 1/2". Although I designed this quilt for a toddler bed, this will also make a great lap quilt, or playmat for younger baby.
I love the simplicity of this quilt, no intricate piecing, yet still gives you a lovely result.
Below is the layout for this quilt
I've got my main fabrics from Joann, and for the backing I used this really soft and cuddly pinky fabric by Shannon Fabric
Fabric A : 1/2 yard quilt fabric
Fabric B : 1/2 yard quilt fabric
Fabric C : 1/2 yard quilt fabric
Fabric D : 3/8 yard quilt fabric
Binding : 6 x binding strips (1/2 yard quilt fabric)
Backing Fabric (I used minky fabric by Shannon Fabrics)
Basic Quilting and sewing Notions
*Machine quilting needle
Fabric A,B : Cut (2x) from each fabric 42" x 8"
Fabric C : Cut (4x) 42" x 4"
Fabric D : Cut (5x) 42" x 2 1/2"
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If you like this project you may want to check out TheRambling Jelly Roll Quilt along video as well (It's another fun and easy quilt project).
Thanks for stopping by and Happy Quilting!!
4/27/2020 04:29:31 am
thankyou for this tutorial. i am using your pattern for a quilt for a new grandson.
4/30/2020 04:39:22 pm
You're welcome, and happy quilting :)
4/29/2020 11:39:45 am
How much backing fabric and quilt batting did you buy?
4/30/2020 04:38:52 pm
For the backing, since I used the minky fabric (which comes 60" wide I used about 1 1/3 yard, and for the batting, a crib size batting should suffice for this project (I actually joined some batting scraps with zig zag stitch for this quilt) :D. Thank you
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