Use Up Leftovers in This Charming Baby Quilt

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It Will be Wonderful on Your Table, Too!

Have you been collecting 2 1/2″ squares leftover from other projects? This charming baby quilt is a great use for them.

You can also cut leftover jelly roll strips and 5″ charm squares into 2 1/2″ squares. Or start with a selection of fabrics from your stash.

Hundred Hugs Quilt Tutorial

Hundred Hugs Quilt Tutorial

However you go about collecting the squares, be sure to include a wide variety for a charming scrappy look.

Hundred Hugs Quilt Tutorial

Quilt from Sew Yummy.

While this quilt is perfect for a baby, it will also be lovely used as a table topper. Plus, it’s an easy one to make. Combine squares for the center and half-square triangles for the outer pieced border.

Hundred Hugs Quilt Tutorial

Quilt by Kathy.

The finished quilt, from Wedding Dress Blue, is 36 1/2″ x 36 1/2″. Be sure to scroll down the tutorial page to see it in other colors.

Click here for the free “Hundred Hugs” quilt tutorial.


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