The Windmill Baby Quilt

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The Windmill Baby Quilt Pattern


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Quilting: The Windmill Baby Quilt
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

I always wanted to make a windmill quilt to capture that simple joy that those little whirly things can provide to a young child. This quilt just speaks of fun...bright and sunny and best of all, very easy to construct and quick to come together. It requires basic piecing skills and a love for half square triangles.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 44 3/4in x 52 3/4in (114cm x 134cm)


  • 1.2m (1 3/8yd) of white tone-on-tone print for the background
  • 12cm (1/8yd) each of pink, yellow, green, blue, orange, and light-blue tone-on-tone print
  • 90cm (1yd) of red tone-on-tone print
  • 1m (1 1/8yd) of multi-coloured border fabric
  • 132cm x 152cm (52in x 60in) coordinating backing fabric
  • 132cm x 152cm (52in x 60in) cotton batting
  • Neutral cotton thread for piecing
  • Light-yellow variegated cotton thread (e.g. Aurifil (50/2) for freemotion quilting
  • Rotary cutter, quilting ruler and mat

You Will Also Need:

  • HB Pencil
  • General sewing supplies

About Designer

About Designer

Karin V. on

I have been quilting since 2006, initially being drawn to the craft by those colourful, scrappy types of quilts. This has not changed much. I am very much a traditional quilter liking all things scrappy and preferring the more repetitive, geometric types of quilt layouts. However, in the last few years I have also discovered Freemotion quilting, so when I am not designing and piecing together new ...

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