Ribbon and Rickrack Baby Quilt – Free Pattern

Hi my loves! Another week that we are spending together. We hope you were able to rest and practice a little during these days that we didn’t show up here. Thinking of a new pattern to share with you, we separated the Ribbon and Rickrack Baby Quilt. It’s more like a quilt, but they all have a touch, a hint, a different beauty. Each pattern brings different ideals that we can use in other projects as well.

The combinations of colors and prints always inspire us and help us when creating new pieces. Today’s quilt is a lot of fun, made with the little ones in mind. In the size of the stroller, this quilt has several toys, distractions for babies. Add differents itens in the blocks. You can add pieces of ribbon, pom poms, items that can interest them, that they can play with.

In the photos you can see some items that are sewn into the quilt. Here are some tips, because in baby parts, some care must be taken. When choosing objects, remember not to put anything sharp, too hard, that could hurt the baby. Make sure that the items are very well sewn and that they are large, so there is no risk of the baby swallowing it if it comes off.

Ribbon and Rickrack Pattern

Here are some information and materials needed for you to make the beautiful Ribbon and Rickrack baby quilt. Remember that the fabric must be soft, smooth to the touch, so as not to scratch your little one.

  • 10-18×22″ pieces (fat quarters) assorted prints and stripes in green, orange, brown, blue, and yellow (blocks);
  • 3/8 yard blue-and-brown stripe (binding);
  • 2 to 3 yards total assorted 3/8″- to 1″-wide ribbons and rickrack in green, orange, brown, and blue (loops);
  • 2-1/2 yards backing fabric;
  • 45″ square batting;

Quantities are for 44/45″-wide, 100% cotton fabrics. Measurements include 1/4″ seam allowances. Sew with right sides together unless otherwise stated.

Finished quilt: 36-1/2″ square

Finished blocks: 9″ square

Did you like it? We were very happy to bring this pattern to you, and it is available in All People Quilt. It’s an idea that sells a lot, it can be your extra at the end of the month. Read the pattern for the first time and if you have any doubts, let us know. We want to see everyone quilting.

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