Baby Sister Quilt

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Baby Sister Quilt Pattern

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Quilting: Baby Sister Quilt
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Quilting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Blanket/Bedspread

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Use a sewing machine, Rotary cutting

Pattern Description:

This is an original quilt block that forms an "S" design that reverses and repeats across this happy, scrappy crib quilt. It would be perfect for a new baby or anyone whose name begins with "S."

I came up with this pattern "accidentally" in 2009. When I was playing around with some strip-pieced triangles, the "S" design appeared. Then I did something a little differently (it took me a little while to figure out what I did) with one of the blocks and the "S" was reversed. I called that quilt "Twissted."

My most recent version is called "Baby Sister" because I shrank the blocks to make a baby quilt for my newest granddaughter. It is also a good size for a picnic blanket.

Start with a colorful fabric that you love and it will help you pick colors that will look beautiful together in this happy, scrappy crib quilt.

This listing is for an automatic download of a PDF instruction manual that shows step-by-step how to construct this quilt. It is 16 pages long and contains over 30 photos.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 44" x 55"

Materials:

  • Assorted light colored fabrics: about 1.5 yards total
  • Assorted medium/dark fabrics: about 2.25 yards total
  • Solid batik for inner border and binding: 3/4 yard
  • Outer border fabric: 1/2 yard

You Will Also Need:

  • 60 degree triangle template, 60 degree diamond template
  • Rotary cutter and mat
  • Ruler

About Designer

About Designer

Sandy Balsters on craftsy.com

I have a sewing and alterations business in my home. When I'm not busy with that, I enjoy making other useful items. I enjoy making clothing and quilts. I have entered my creations in the Ozark Empire Fair for several years and have received many ribbons for my work.

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