Easy Baby Boy Quilt

I am not going to take the trouble of explaining how to sew this quilt, because it is so easy that you can just look at it. I picked a fabric I just loved cut it in six inch strips, and then I grabbed 6″ scrap strips from my stash to fill in for a striped quilt. This is for my sewing buddy, who just gave birth two weeks early and is therefore now excused from producing anything else other than a mostly clean, fed child for the next six to twelve months.

I used my water soluble pencil and drew this robot on one stripe (because she and her hubs are geeks like my hubs and me),

lori m fall 2011 (8)

And this boat on another stripe,

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Then I used my walking foot to stitch the ditches and halfway points, then I free-motion quilted my two little drawings. I bound it with scraps of binding from my bag o binding scraps. I like to think I could have finished that by her due date if I had been allowed to do so. Easy peasy!

lori m fall 2011 (6)

3 thoughts on “Easy Baby Boy Quilt

  1. I’m so behind on my commenting…but this is too cute! I love the robots motif, and think the quilt came out really cute. It’s obvious you are back on your feet after the baby’s birth (I know time flies, but I think of you always as just having had a baby!).

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