Baby Quilt in a Day
Do you want to learn how to create a Baby Quilt in a Day? Here you will learn how to do it step by step.
Hi there, here at Crochet fashion you will find great tutorials, and I have a perfect Baby Quilt in a Day tutorial for you today, it’s a fast and easy tutorial, that was created by Karen Brown from Just Get it Done Quilts.
How many people started quilting because, there’s a baby on the way? If you need to make a baby quilt, here is a fast, easy, FREE and fat quarter friendly one. It’s bold and modern. Beginners quilters and experienced alike will find this project fun to make.
But if you just want a quilt to just cleanse your palate this is fast easy free fat quarter friendly.
- Four fat quarters
- 1/2 Yard for Borders
- 1 1/4 Yards for backing
- 1/3 yard for binding
For this version of the quilt I’m using some D saturated colors for the center of this block we are looking for two fat quarters which are lower in value they also need to have a good contrast with each other whether it be in color or whether it be in pattern we are looking for a medium value for the square and we’re looking for a high value in the Half Squares Triangles. If you’re unsure of these terms, please watch this series on colour theory.
This patterning can work well with directional fabrics, it’s always a good idea to lay out your fabric first in the placement of where your fabrics will actually go fold the fabric. So they’re approximately the right size because you want to know at this point before you cut whether you want to swap out one of your fabrics or just switch them around.
When you use strong contrasting fabric, sometimes you’ll change the thread depending on the area. One last personal touch that you often can do is embroider the baby’s name into the binding.
So far have you liked the clear instructions? So, please Download the FREE pattern to see the step by step with clear instructions and photos. Or What the full video tutorial below!
Thanks to Just Get it Done Quilts for the article inspiration and featured image.
Last but not least you need to connect everything to your garland by sewing and you are done.
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Check out more information on other patterns:
Quilt in a Day – Beginner Friendly
Beginner Quilt Using Fat Quarters