Adorable Baby Quilt Patterns for Girls

Posted by on May 28, 2013 in Quilting | Comments


What is more fun than sewing a baby quilt? They are fun to make, quick to sew, and the perfect functional gift for the new baby in your life. There is nothing like quilting something so special and unique that will be a keepsake for years to come.

Today let’s have a look at eight baby quilt patterns for little girls, all available here on Craftsy. Better yet, one of them is free!

Be sure to click on the photos or source information located underneath to visit the pattern page.

girl baby quilt with ruffles, on Craftsy

Photo via Create H.O.P.E. Designs  

Frilly ruffles and cuddly minky fabric work together to create an incredibly soft quilt with this A Soft Place to Land Quilt. This jelly roll friendly quilt combines simple piecing and delicate ruffles to create a unique quilt for baby girl.

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retro flowers quilt, free pattern on Craftsy

Photo via The Sometimes Crafter

Are you new to sewing curves? Give this one-of-a-kind quilt a try! The Retro Flowers Quilt pattern includes printable templates, or acrylic templates can be purchased separately. Detailed instructions and tips are included to walk you comfortably through the curves.

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sea glass quilt with brilliant floral pattern

Photo via Talk of the Town

Sea Glass is a vibrant baby quilt, perfect for both large and small scale prints. Appliquéd fabrics paired with contrast stitching create an eye catching baby quilt. Wouldn’t this make a stunning wall quilt for a nursery?

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whirly patterned quilt on Craftsy

Photo via Indygo Junction

Choose your favorite fabrics to create this whimsical Whirlygig Quilt. Featuring a modern take on a classic block, this quilt’s easy piecing makes for a quick and easy project. Dig out your scraps for this one!

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colorful giraffe patterned quilt

Photo via Frivolous Necessity

This Lovely Giraffes Quilt pattern is designed for every quilter, beginner to advanced. Detailed instructions include just how sew hourglass blocks and appliqué those adorable giraffes!

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baby charm quilt on Craftsy

Photo via Cottage Quilt Designs

Make this adorable Baby Charm Quilt out of fusible shapes, ric rac, and pastel fabrics. As a bonus, this pattern includes instructions on how to make two coordinating bibs out of terry cloth! Altogether you have a charming gift for a baby shower.

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flower quilt with 3D design

Photo via Sunset Crochet

Try something new with this 3D Flowers Charm Pack Quilt pattern! These flowers are easy to sew, and babies love playing with them. Most of the quilt is sewn on the machine, and a small portion of the flower centers are stitched by hand.

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pieced fish quilt featuring flying geese design

Photo via Freshly Pieced

This baby quilt gets its name because each individual block looks like two fish kissing! This FREE  Kissing Fish Baby Quilt pattern is perfect for using up your smaller scraps. A 6” square plus the background solid is all you need to create a single “kissing fish”… so cut carefully!

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There you have it, eight Craftsy patterns for adorable baby girl quilts. Which one would you like to make?

You might also enjoy these baby quilt patterns for boys and Machine Quilting Designs for Beautiful Baby Quilts.

Comments

  1. Donna Flowers says:

    My favorite is A Soft Place to Land. Absolutely precious!!!

  2. Andrea Yadon says:

    Just ordered this. Said I downloaded it?? Can I get a hard copy. My compUter is broken. Thanks

    1. Support says:

      We are happy to get your question answered! While patterns ordered on Craftsy are only available as a digital copy, you can access your patterns from your “Pattern Library” anytime from your laptop, desktop or mobile device. If you have trouble opening your patterns can you please make sure you have the latest version of Adobe Reader: http://get.adobe.com/reader.

  3. Patti says:

    Hey this is fun! Thanks for including my quilt in your post. A fun discovery for me. I think the colors on all of these quilts are dreamy. I wish I had more time in the day to make them all.