How To Make A Baby Quilt Part 2


Making a baby quilt is always a nice project to work on, because of its size it’s a quilt you can finish in a couple of days and it will always look nice.

As I’m currently working to make this baby quilt for my grand child that is due in Summer I thought it would be nice to share this quilting project with you.

I shared the first part to make this baby quilt on a previous post, you can read it here, so you can get the instructions to cut the fabric blocks and borders to make the top.

Another good reason to make a baby quilt is that you might have a friend who is a mother to be,and you might get invited to a baby shower too.

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how to make a baby quilt part 2

A baby quilt is always the best gift to make for a baby shower.

There’s so many good reason for this:

  • It’s easy to make and to quilt, whether you quilt it by machine or by hand, it won’t take long to finish it.
  • It always looks beautiful.
  • it’s always easy to use, fold and carry in any bag.
  • it’s always helpful to cover a baby or to set it on the floor so the baby can sit on it and play.
  • It’s unique, it doesn’t matter if you follow a pattern, making a quilt where you can add your personal touch.
  • it’s easy to wash and to keep.
  • it will give you nice memories of your baby.

I made a video to show you how to finish it (in Spanish) I will work on it to get English subtitles, I will change the video here as soon as I get the English subtitles.

Steps to finish the baby quilt.

On the previous post I told you how to make the top of the quilt and how to make the sandwich for the quilting.

1. You can work on the quilting, I did it by hand but if you want to make it by machine, I’m sure you’ll go a great job on it.

I did a simple hand quilting 1/4″ along the seams of each block, and I did some quilting on the borders.

2. Once you finished the quilting, you can trim out the batting fabric with the help of a pair of scissors.

3. With the help of your ruler, trim out the fabric for the back 1 1/4″ all along the baby quilt.

4. Fold up the fabric for the back as it was a bias, and sew it on the top of the quilt.

how to make a baby quilt part 2

The baby quilt is finished now, this time I want to show you how the back looks like.

You can use a fabric for the back or do as I did, I got 4 more fat quarters for the back, I sew them together to make a fabric a little bigger than the top, I will do some applique on the white fabric and I will share the Part 3 as soon as I finish it.

If you have any questions about this baby quilt, leave a comment below and I’ll reply to you.

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