In celebration of Valentine’s Day 2014 – Available in 5 sizes:
This is a repost of a pattern from 2011.
Pictured is the baby quilt size.
Click HERE to Download Free Scrappy Four Patch Heart Quilt Pattern (.pdf)
Doll Quilt – 22” by 22” (56cm by 56cm)
Baby Quilt – 49” by 49” (125cm by 125cm)
Comfort Quilt – 76” by 76” (193cm by 193cm)
Twin Quilt – 76” by 89.5” (193cm by 228cm)
Full/Queen Quilt – 89.5” by 89.5” (228cm by 228cm)
Individual Heart Block – 5” unfinished, 4.5” finished
Scrappy Four Patch Heart Block – 9.5” unfinished, 9” finished
Made for my Granddaughter’s Third Birthday – February 24
This one is a twin size for her big girl bed. The backing is made of red Minkie and is very snuggly. I made the background from scrappy lights.
59” by 59” (152 cm by 152 cm)
Made for Gracie.
Instead of making lots of tiny, setting triangles I use squares. Then I do the quilting. When the quilting is done I trim the squares into triangles and then do the binding.
Click HERE to Download Jelly Roll Posies for Baby Free Quilt Pattern (.pdf)
Coco’s Baby Quilt – 50″ by 58″
My friend, Melissa Erickson, had a treasured 30 year old baby quilt. She took it with her to college and to Europe when she went to play professional basketball abroad. Melissa’s quilt was made for her by her godmother.
She was recently asked to be baby Coco’s godmother and decided to pass her baby quilt to her new godchild. She called me and asked if I would update her baby quilt for Coco. Coco is the daughter of one of her dear friends.
Melissa’s quilt was made from squares of a synthetic fabric, probably polyester. The white squares were made of brushed nylon and these were the only parts that were too worn to be used in the new quilt. The quilt was in amazing condition considering all the love it had received over 30 years.
I took Melissa’s quilt apart. When I sewed it back together I added some squares of Hawaiian fabrics to the pastel colored squares from the original quilt. When I made the border I alternated squares of flannel backed satin (available at Joann’s) with squares of Hawaiian fabrics. I used a cuddle fabric (similar to Minkie) for the quilt back. The original quilt had been sewn together with a cotton/poly blend thread that lasted in perfect condition. I may rethink using cotton thread in future quilts. Of course I have thousands of yards of cotton thread which I will use up first.
I hope the new quilt will last another 30 years.
I knew Melissa would miss her baby quilt. I took the backing for her quilt, added the same backing I had used on Coco’s quilt and a Hawaiian fabric binding so she could have at least part of her original quilt back to love.
In 2008 I made another quilt for Melissa. You can check out the pattern here.
Melissa’s 30 Year Old Baby Quilt
Coco’s Baby Quilt
Melissa’s New/Old Quilt
Available in (4) sizes
Baby Quilt – 46” by 46” (117cm by 117cm)
Comfort Quilt – 60” by 74” (153cm by 188cm)
Twin Quilt – 74” by 88” (188cm by 224cm)
Full Quilt – 88” by 88” (224cm by 224cm)
Click HERE to Download Scrap Happy Heart Quilt Pattern (.pdf)
Baby Quilt or Lap Quilt – 43″ by 50″ – (109 cm by 127 cm)
This quilt was originally presented as a mystery quilt in 2009.
I converted it to a pattern so it can be downloaded in one document.
This quilt top was made by Betty Cruikshank.
Click HERE to Download Happy String Flowers for Baby (.pdf)
This quilt was made for the son of a friend.
Baby Quilt or Lap Quilt – 54″ by 54″ – (137 cm by 137 cm)
Click HERE to Download Stars and Stripes for Baby (.pdf)
This quilt is available in one size:
Baby Quilt – 42” by 42”
Metric – 108 cm by 108 cm
These three quilts were made for my two granddaughters and the son of a friend.
The quilt was a mystery quilt pattern in 2010.
This quilt is now available as a pattern in one document.
Click HERE to Download Baby Windows free pattern (.pdf
Here is a photo of a delightful quilt made by Betty C.
Available in one size – 11″ – 12″ square
This quilt is designed for babies to take with them and love.
The different textures of the tags and the fabric on the top and bottom of this little quilt are designed
to help develop their sense of touch and also to give them something soft and comforting to have with them.
Click HERE to Download Lovie Quilt with Tags Free Pattern
Available in 1 size – Baby Quilt – 52″ by 52″
Celebrating the one year anniversary of my blog with a quilt for my granddaughter due next March.
Made with Hawaiian fabrics.
The Kisses are in cool colors and the Hugs are in warm colors.
Great pattern for Fat Quarters, Fat Eights and/or 5″ Charm Packs.
Click here to download Hugs and Kisses for Baby free quilt pattern (.pdf file)
Available in one size – Bab y Quilt or Lap Quilt – 52″ by 52″
This quilt is a gift for my granddaughter. I love how the center design of the quilt forms an “O” for Olivia.
Click here to download Hawaiian Waves for Baby free quilt pattern (.pdf file)
Available in five sizes – Baby – 46″ by 54″, Lap – 70″ by 70″, Twin – 78″ by 94″, Full/Queen – 94″ by 94″, King – 110″ by 110″
Click here to download Sentimental Scraps free quilt pattern (.pdf file)
Click here to download Baby Borders – free border pattern for a baby quilt (.pdf file)
Available in one size – Baby – 45″ by 45″
Here is my quilt top. This is my version of Bonnie Hunter’s Double Delight Mystery Quilt with the new border pattern. It will be quilted soon and off to its new owner. I changed Bonnie’s block a little by replacing 4 of the cream triangles with pink triangles in the four corners. I used my Repro 30′s bubble gum pink baby print fabric.
You can use this pattern with any quilt that has (9) 9″ finished sized blocks.
I love how sweet this little quilt looks.
Click HERE to Download Scrappy Spring Tulips Baby Quilt free scrap quilt pattern (.pdf file)
Available size – 42″ by 42″
My good friend, Marie (
) , made this quilt for a baby that is on the way. She wanted smaller baby blocks and wanted it less than 44″ wide so she didn’t have to piece the back. The new block size is 11″ (the original is 16″). I love it. The grandmother died recently and the fabric is from her stash so this is a very sentimental quilt. http://chestnutsquilting.com/
Click HERE to Download Scrappy Split Rail free scrap quilt pattern (.pdf)
Available in five sizes - Baby – 40″ by 52″(12 blocks), Lap – 52″ by 64″(20 blocks), Twin – 76″ by 88″ (42 blocks), Full – 88″ by 88″ (49 blocks), Queen/King – 100″ by 100″ (64 blocks)
To see photos of other quilts made with this pattern please click the link below.
I made the quilt in the middle for my friend, Renee, from scraps from her stash. Our friend, Mary k, quilted it. I call it “Renee’s Quilty Memories”. Renee and her family call it “Scraps”.
I made the RWB quilt for PFC Patrick E. Coggins, Jr and Mary k quilted it. Patrick is the son of a friend.
The baby quilt was donated to Florida tornado victims.
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Clues will be posted here February 25 through March 5, 2010.
Click HERE to Download Clue #9 – THE FINAL CLUE
Click HERE to Download Clue #8 (.pdf)
Click HERE to Download Clue #7 (.pdf)
Click HERE to Download Clue #6 (.pdf)
Click HERE to Download Clue #5 (.pdf)
Click HERE to Download Clue #4 (.pdf)
Click HERE to Download Clue #3 (.pdf)
Click HERE to Download Clue #2 (.pdf)
Click HERE to Download Clue #1 (.pdf)
Click HERE to Download the Fabric Requirements Document (.pdf)
Click HERE to Download the Pre-Mystery Cutting Directions Document (.pdf)
NOTE: Please download the Fabric Requirements again. I have modified them slightly.
Also.. after making my quilt I had a great lesson learned.
Buy 2 yards or meters of the fussy cut fabric.. it is much easier.
The pattern will work with one yard so if you already have your fabric it will still work.
I made mine with one yard since I didn’t feel like finding that fabric online (I bought it on vacation in Oregon a while back).
This quilt is available in one size:
Baby Quilt – 42” by 42”
Metric – 108 cm by 108 cm
I bought one yard of pirate fabric, found some coordinating fabric in my stash and challenged myself to make a baby quilt pattern.
This is a good pattern for fabric that has 8″ panels or has a border print like the pirate fabric that can be fussy cut.
Thanks for joining in.
I will post photos of both of my quilts later this evening.
I am also looking forward to your photos. The best part of the mystery for me.
42” square – Baby quilt or lap quilt
Option A – Two Color Quilt
Clue #6 - Final Clue
Clue #7 – Final Clue
Sweetheart Mystery 2 Color Quilt Cutting Directions.
Option B – Scrap Quilt
Clue #5 Final Clue
Clue #6 Final Clue
Sweetheart Mystery Scrap Quilt Cutting Directions
Option A – 2 Color Quilt
1 ½ yards dark colored fabric, can be a print or a solid color.
1 yard lighter solid colored fabric
Option B – Scrappy Quilt
(60) 3” scrappy squares
(30) 2.5” scrappy squares
1 ¼ yards light, solid colored fabric
½ yard darker colored fabric, solid color or a print
This pattern was updated with improved cutting directions Oct. 27, 2012
Download ALL CLUES FROM ONE FILE OR DOWNLOAD EACH CLUE INDIVIDUALLY
I hope you have all enjoyed the mystery as much as I have.
ONE DAY MYSTERY QUILT on SUNDAY, September 23, 2012 I will be donating mine to charity. You are all invited to join me for the day.
This is in one size only – 44″ square.
A baby quilt or lap quilt depending on the fabric chosen. FABRIC REQUIREMENTS:
One yard each of two different fabrics with high contrast.
A two color quilt.
If you have any questions please leave a comment or email me at