Super Quick and Easy Baby Quilt New Moms Will Love

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Easily Make This Into a Lap or Bed Quilt!

This sweet baby quilt has a lovely scrappy look even though it was designed for fat quarters. The white strips make the colors pop. Dig into your stash and combine your favorite print fabrics. Just make sure they all have similar values.





Kelsie Baby Quilt

The tutorial, by Liz Smith of Rebel Perfection, is a bit sketchy but you shouldn’t have any trouble making this super easy quilt. It’s built on a 2″ grid. Just be sure to check the cutting notes against the diagram to understand what size to cut all of the pieces (a good opportunity to practice quilt math!).

The 4″ squares should be cut at 4 1/2″ to allow for seam allowances, instead of 4″ as indicated. Read through the comments at the bottom for further clarification.

The finished quilt appears to be 40″ x 44″. You can easily enlarge it by adding more rows until you achieve the desired size. While this is intended as a baby quilt, it will be beautifully charming on a bed!

Click here for the free “Kelsie Baby Quilt” instructions.

Update: A pattern has been created since we first published this article.

Click here to purchase the “Kelsie Baby Quilt” pattern.

 

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