Learn how to sew baby quilts with these free baby quilt patterns. There’s nothing like wrapping a baby with a hand made with love baby quilt. Here is a sweet collection of my very best free baby quilt patterns and tutorials to make a soft and snuggly quilt that your little one will treasure for years to come.
Easiest Baby Quilt Patterns
Get ready to sew your next baby quilt using half square triangles! This fast and easy (and free) baby quilt pattern uses my shortcut method for sewing two half square triangles (HST’s) at one time. After you have sewn all of the HST’s you need, you’ll sew them together with a few extra background pieces and your new baby quilt will be done. And guess what – the free HST Star Baby quilt pattern is fat quarter friendly too!
Sew my Sailing Away – Free Baby Quilt with Sailboat Blocks – a gorgeous ocean pieced with easy quarter square triangles!
Sew my darling Birdies Baby Dresden – Free Fat Quarter Quilt with blossoms on it that are gently whirling like badminton birdies!
Perfect for a baby or child, is my Pretty Pictures Quilt. I love how each picture panel is framed to stand out against the solid ground. This quilt really tells a story.
Make this easy and comfy quilt that looks like of lots of fluffy little pillows. Click over to get me Free Pillow Quilt Tutorial!
Sew up this darling Little Trees Quilt to keep baby snug & cozy all year long!
The Bow Tie Baby Quilt Block makes a perfect quilt for your sweet baby! It’s so sweet & simple and compliments just about any fabric choice!
Sew this incredible easy Tied Baby Blanket like this with virtually any quilt top and some soft fabric, like flannel, for the back – then some quick yarn or embroidery thread to tie it.
My most recent baby quilt was finished just last week. it’s the Easiest Patchwork Baby Quilt Ever. You will love what you’re able to accomplish with this great fabric.
Charm Pack Baby Quilt
Here’s the Charm Square Blossoms – my Easy and Free Baby Quilt Pattern to use up a charm square bundle! It’s so easy and fast:) You’ll need just 1 1/4 yards of background fabric to finish it up, come see!
Look how cute the combination of fabrics is in Karin’s Jelly Roll Baby Quilt. A Jelly Roll makes two quilts!
Tip: I think fusible batting is perfect for baby quilts. See how I use it.
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