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B's Big Girl Quilt (Twin and Baby Sizes)


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When our granddaughter, Belen, transitioned from the nursery to her "big girl" room, I made her this quilt. I used a jelly roll from It's A Hoot by MoMo for Moda, which gave me a great assortment of strips to use. It was such a fun project and Belen loves her quilt! Since then, I have used this pattern several times to make both twin and baby quilts. I love how you can use the same pattern, but each quilt looks totally different with the varied color and fabric schemes. You can also add an optional applique using a motif from your fabric. The pattern includes instructions for both twin and baby size quilts. It is a basic pattern that is great for a beginner quilter, although more experienced quilters will also appreciate how quickly this pattern comes together. I include suggestions for quilting and finishing the quilt and hope you will try it out! (Note: Original design by Simply Sewn at Rick Rack and Polk Dots Designs Copyright 2012. All rights reserved. May not be copied or resold without permission.) BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Sew 1/4 seam on sewing machine Measure and cut fabric per instructions Pin baste quilt with safety pins SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Twin is approx. 59" x 77"; Baby is 39" x 49"

Recommended with this pattern

  • Fabric yardage required varies per size
  • Body of Quilt - 2 1/2" strips: 32 for twin size; 17 for baby size
  • Inner Border: 1/2 yard for twin; 1/3 yard for baby

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Rick Rack and Polka Dots
Rick Rack and Polka Dots
Ever since I was a little girl, my passion has been sewing. I love to work with fabric and enjoy quilting, embroidery, as well as garment sewing. My goal is to provide easy-to-follow patterns that are fun to make, informative, and "simply sewn". I like to share ideas and projects on my blog at as well as through my patterns and the classes I teach. Thank you for your interest.