Warm Flannel Ragged Baby Quilt
This warm flannel ragged baby quilt is the perfect gift for a new baby! I was even tempted to keep this one for myself, it was so cozy!
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Ragged Baby Quilt
I’ve adapted this post from my original blog, Designers Sweet Spot. Enjoy!
Warm flannel blankets are always on my bed and strewn across various pieces of furniture during winter. A soft flannel quilt is frequently fought over by all members of my family to cuddle with while watching tv. I recently made this darling ragged baby quilt for our neighbors who just had a baby boy. It’s so cute and cozy, I was tempted to keep it. (Not that it would cover even part of my generously sized body, but I just liked it.)
Ragged baby quilts are fun to make even if you are without a lot of quilting experience. You don’t need any fancy quilting machines or other supplies which is great. The pattern for this quilt is available for immediate download in my new pattern shop! Whoo, hoo!
My pattern shop has been a long time in coming and I am very excited that it is finally time to share it with all of you!
I also make custom PDF sewing patterns. You can easily ask questions or find more information about that service (and the others I offer) here.
And now…back to the quilt.
Ragged Baby Quilt Supplies
- 3 different flannel prints, 1/2 yard each (I used a small buffalo check, large buffalo check, and patterned moose print.)
- 2 solid flannel colors, 1/2 yard each (I used red and black.)
- 1 1/2 yards solid black flannel for backing
- 1 package baby quilt size poly-fiber quilt batting
- Northern Territory Ragged Baby Quilt Pattern
- matching thread
You will find all the details on how to create this cozy quilt by downloading my PDF pattern. The finished size of this warm flannel baby quilt is 36″ x 36″, perfect for snuggling that newborn!
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