8 Baby Boy Quilt Patterns That’ll Bring You Joy

There is nothing quite as sweet as a handmade baby quilt. Not only are they fun to create, they are beloved and cherished by the recipients, making a truly special gift. As a quilter, what is so great about creating baby quilts? They are small and take less time to make than larger quilts! Since they aren’t too big, they are the perfect quilting project for trying new patterns and techniques.

Adorable baby boy quilt patterns can be hard to find, so we’ve rounded up some of the best! 

Here are eight baby boy quilt patterns we love! 

Airplane baby quilt for boys
Photo via Carolyn Hughey

1. Flyboy Quilt

Airplanes in primary colors framed in a triangle border are the perfect choice for a little boy. Foundation piecing, appliqué, and bias binding are skills used to create the Flyboy quilt. Pull out your scraps for this one!

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sprockets quilt, on Craftsy
Photo via Patchwork Posse

2. Sprocket Quilt

What little boy doesn’t love gears and sprockets? Learn to make the Sprocket quilt using quick quilt piecing techniques, no templates involved! Use your favorite jelly roll or cut up your own strips.

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monkey quilt pattern featuring free motion quilting, on Craftsy
Photo via PamelaQuilts

3. Monkey Around Quilt

Create this adorable Monkey Around baby quilt using two different sizes of monkey wrench blocks! Pair your favorite children’s novelty print with coordinating solids to create a fun baby quilt out of a traditional block. 

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hoot quilt featuring cute, patterned owls
Photo via Squirrely Girl Designs

4. It’s a Hoot Quilt

Owls are a big hit for baby quilts! This It’s a Hoot quilt features cuddly, sleepy owls and letters fused and appliquéd over a simply pieced background. If you are new to appliqué, this project is perfect for you! 

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Puppy Dog Tails Quilt Pattern - Available on Craftsy

Photo via Cora’s Quilts

5. Puppy Dog Tails Quilt

Classic pinwheels blocks and sashing in masculine colors create a timeless baby boy quilt. Chain piece the blocks to come up with a quick Puppy Dog Tails quilt top. This classic pattern will never go out of style. 

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white quilt featuring colored hexagons
Photo via asquaredw

6. Heximetry Quilt

Try your hand at Y-seams! This modern quilt top features framed hexagons and beautiful negative space. The trendy Heximetry quilt is perfect for any little boy and his modern mama.

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Baby Boy Quilt Pattern

Photo via Don’t Call Me Betsy

7. Xs and Os Quilt

Use this Xs and Os quilt to shower a new baby boy with hugs and kisses! Use simple quilting techniques, like flip and stitch squares and half-square triangles.

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diamond-patterned quilt for baby boys
Photo via Pleasant Valley Creations

8. Diamond Patch Quilt

Squares and nine patch blocks work together to form a this classic diamond patch baby boy quilt. If you are new to quilting, this project provides the perfect place to start. Triangle borders are included in the row construction, making this a quick and easy project! 

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I hope that you enjoyed this selection of baby boy quilt patterns! If you’re sewing for a little lady, be sure to take a look at our cute baby girl quilt patterns, too!

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Louise Wood

Wow I really like the aeroplanes (Fly boy) quilt. My next project is to make a beautiful cot quilt. We have a new baby boy in the family and I have a huge stash of scraps so would be ideal.xxx

ann smith

i do a lot of quilt myself i am doing a little girls dressers

Helena Jordaan

I am looking for a pattern to make a quilt for a baby boy….with cars and trucks and tractors. Please help me!


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