Here’s two more ideas for easy baby quilts that you can whip up in a weekend.
(Apologies for the poor photo quality – they’re just from my phone.)
This one is made from the Dr Seuss fabric line made by Robert Kaufman.
It was made for a fun little boy, who is as busy and colourful as this quilt is.
It’s just rectangles. Quite uncomplicated! Because the print is so large, I made the pieces big too. I didn’t use a pattern – just did some back-of-the-envelope maths and started cutting.
Here’s another I made from the Very Hungry Caterpillar fabrics:
This one was for a friend’s daughter. Some of the small patches and borders were just scraps I wanted to use up, but the remaining fabrics are from the Very Hungry Caterpillar range.
Both were well received. In fact, I thought my sister was going to grab the Very Hungry Caterpillar one and run away with it!
This one was made from a very old pattern, called Florida Keys, from an early 1990’s edition of Quiltmaker (USA).
The wonderful thing about making quilts for children is that you get full permission to go wild with colour!