Welcome a new little one with a beautiful baby quilt! My favorite part of making a baby quilt is choosing beautiful fabrics to make a particular little one smile. I hope all my baby quilts become cherished keepsakes stitched with love.
Big Star Baby Quilt With Half-Square Triangles
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 (HSTs) at one time. After you have sewn all of the HSTs you need, you’ll sew them together with a few extra background pieces, and your new baby quilt will be done. Any quilter will love that this free HST Star Baby quilt pattern is fat-quarter friendly, too!
Simple 4-Patch Baby Quilt Pattern
If you are new to quilting, this is the best way to start! Sew an easy Four Patch Baby Quilt using a free pattern! The four-patch quilt block is a basic building block in many quilt patterns, plus it makes a beautiful quilt all by itself.
Baby Quilt with Sailboat Blocks
Sew an adorable modern baby quilt with sailboat blocks and a gorgeous ocean pieced with quarter-square triangles! This easy baby quilt pattern includes tips for sewing fast and easy half-square triangles and quarter-square triangles. It’s perfect for a girl or a boy because everyone loves sailboats.
Free Baby Quilt Pattern with Prairie Points
Sew an adorable baby quilt with three-dimensional prairie points on the border! The ‘Sew Happy Together’ free baby quilt pattern with prairie points teaches how to make easy 9-patch blocks and snowball blocks. I used just 3 different fabrics, but you could also sew this pattern with a rainbow of scraps.
Space Rocket-Themed Baby Quilt Pattern
Sew a Starship quilt for your favorite little future astronaut! The Starship Baby Quilt Pattern from SewCanShe requires just 3 different 1-yard pieces of fabric. I have made this pattern easy to sew and easy for anyone to love.
Simple Nine-Patch Baby Quilt Pattern
This easy nine-patch baby quilt pattern is a skill builder. You’ll learn a simple strip piecing method for sewing multiple nine-patch blocks at once, plus end up with a beautiful 44” x 44” quilt to give away!
Pinwheel Daydreams Easy Baby Quilt Pattern
Nothing could be dreamier than this fast and easy Pinwheel Daydreams Baby Quilt. It’s a kaleidoscope of pinwheels!
Fat Quarter Friendly Baby Quilt
The Fat Quarter Fancy quilt pattern is fast and easy, and you guessed it… fat quarter friendly! Grab a sweet bundle of baby-themed fat quarters and sew up a fat quarter crib quilt in no time.
Hand Quilted Baby Quilt from a Single Fabric
This hand-quilted baby quilt would be called a whole cloth quilt since I didn’t piece any parts together. I quilted around each of the birds and animals (and the trees!) by hand with pearl cotton. Add binding, and that’s all.
Rainbow Patchwork Quilt
Sew a beautiful quilt in all the colors of the rainbow! Here’s a tutorial for a patchwork quilt that you can customize in a million different ways. Sewn up in gorgeous rainbow floral fabrics from Liberty, I don’t think anything could be lovelier.
Child’s Play Bold and Graphic Quilt for a Baby
The Child’s Play quilt design uses 144 half-square triangles and has a simple background colored border. This free quilt pattern includes instructions for making the half-square triangles and sewing them together.
Free Baby Quilt Pattern with Applique
You will love the darling Birdies Baby Dresden – Free Fat Quarter Quilt with blossoms. The Dresden plates are gently whirling like badminton birdies!
Sew a Baby Quilt With Cute Panel Blocks
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 tells a story, and you get to choose the pictures. Try printing your own story using photo fabric!
Scrappy Half Square Triangle Baby Quilt
The Scrappy Half Square Triangle Lap Quilt Pattern can make a delightfully simple baby quilt that your little one will love to feel and look at. Try this free classic-style baby quilt pattern for your little one’s nursery!
Log Cabin Baby Heart Quilt Pattern
Sew a darling log cabin quilt perfect for any baby with this free Baby Heart Log Cabin Quilt Pattern! I love how this quilt (and almost all of the quilts in this blog post can be used for any gender). It is one of my favorite beginner quilt patterns.
Easy Puff Quilt Tutorial
Make this easy and comfy quilt that looks like many fluffy pillows. Click over to get the Free Pillow Quilt Tutorial! I used a single fabric collection, but this quilt would also be adorable sewn with scraps from your scrap bin. Any baby girl or baby boy will love it.
Quilt As You Go Jelly Roll Quilt
Quilt-As-You-Go Strip Quilts are always popular because they can be made quickly. This reversible version uses a jelly roll bundle and plays with two different colors on the front and back. The size is easily adjustable by adding or subtracting strips.
The Classic Bow Tie Baby Quilt Pattern
The Bow Tie Baby Quilt is perfect for your sweet baby! It’s so sweet & simple and compliments just about any fabric choice.
Tip: Add a border or two to make simple patchwork quilts larger. Here’s the best way to add quilt borders.
The Fastest Ever Baby Quilt Pattern
This baby quilt pattern uses pre-sewn patchwork fabric for the Easiest Patchwork Baby Quilt Ever. You will love what you’re able to accomplish with this great fabric.
Charm Pack Baby Quilt
Have a pile of 5’’ fabric squares? Here’s the Charm Square Blossoms Baby Quilt Pattern for a bundle of charm squares! It’s so easy and fast. You’ll need just 1 1/4 yards of background fabric to finish it up.
- Get a handy printable chart showing all the standard quilt sizes.
- I think fusible batting is perfect for baby quilts. See how I use it.
It’s time to get out your sewing machine, rotary cutter, ruler, and favorite fabric bundle to make a baby quilt!
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