Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Clear out your bins with the scrap baby quilt patterns

I've never kept it a secret how much I love scrap quilts. I have drawers and drawers and drawers of fabric all chopped up into small pieces waiting to go into one. (Just as soon as I finish my challenge!)

So I was really drawn to some new patterns I ran across recently. Most aren't billed as being baby quilts, but they're certainly sized appropriately. Which makes them baby quilts in my book!



Jelly Roll friendly. Finished size 41 1/2"x 56 1/2".



Quick stack-and-slash quilt with floral applique border
Finished size 54"x 60"



Finishes large, but easy enough to adapt to baby size



Finished size 48"x 58". Fat Quarter friendly.



Uses Quilt-As-You Go technique. Prairie points create dimension and textural interest.
Fat Quarter friendly. Measure about 35.5"x 45.5".



Fat Quarter friendly. Finished size 52.5"x 65.5".



Fat quarter friendly. Baby size finishes at 42"x 42".

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