There’s nothing much cuter than a freshly bathed toddler all wrapped up ready for bed – unless it’s a toddler snuggled up in a home-made cot quilt that is. Learn how to make a baby quilt for beginners in this easy to follow video guide… and enjoy those bedtime story snuggles together.
This guide covers (!) all the steps you need to know about how to make a baby quilt for beginners, from sewing the front panel all the way to sewing on the binding. If you find some of the parts of this video a little fast, then it would be worth looking at our four part series – How to Make a Quilt For Beginners. In particular, Part Four demonstrates the sewing of the binding in more detail – particularly at the corners and where the binding joins together.
This quilting project is reasonably small and strait forward to sew, when following this video. We know how great it is to reach the end of the day having completed something. This sewing project gives you that something to admire after a busy days sewing. It’s also a good way to use up odds and ends of fabric, as well as making gifts for all those soon-to-be mums that you know.
Snuggles will definitely be on the menu when your little darlings settle down for the night under a home-made quilt sewn with love. You never know, they might even be so comfortable that they sleep peacefully all the night through… ah well, wishful thinking perhaps!
- (4) Cuts of Fabric, 1/3 yd each.
- Backing Fabric, 1 and 5/16 yd
- Scissors or Rotary Cutter
- Ruler & Pins
- Sewing Machine, Theard and Iron
- Basting Adhesive
- Thin (Low-Loft) Batting
- 5yd Ribbon, 2-3inch Wide.
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