Simple Squares Baby Quilt – Free Pattern

Hello loves! Ready to learn another quilt? Their basic principle is always the same. If you haven’t made any quilts yet, all the simple steps are there to help you. Today’s pattern is very pretty and simple, but with colors and prints that make all the difference. The Simple Squares Baby Quilt is assembled entirely with squares. What makes this quilt amazing is the assembly, the arrangement of the squares.

The different prints positioned and sewn in the proposed way leave the impression that they are five large blocks. You can see that some patterns and colors are used in a few squares. It’s the perfect opportunity for you to use fabric left over from other projects. See if the combinations look beautiful together and get to work. Quilts are basic items that everyone has to have at least one at home.

They can be used as a blanket, either in the bedroom, arranged in the living room, in open areas. In the trousseau of the little ones she is also beautiful. You can combine it with the trousseau, it will be a success. As for fabrics, choose the ones you like the most. Regardless of brand, print and color, do not compromise on the quality of the fabrics. These features enhance your work and leave the perfect quilt for longer.

Simple Squares Baby Quilt Fabrics

To make the simple 54-1/2″ square baby quilt, here are the fabrics you will need. It is worth mentioning that the stamps and colors described here are to make the quilt the same as the designer made. The combinations are amazing and you can follow the same design.

  • 10″ square (more if you plan to fussy-cut as was done here) novelty print (blocks)
  • 4—10″ squares assorted red prints (blocks)
  • 4—9×21″ pieces (fat eighths) assorted blue prints (blocks)
  • 4—9×21″ pieces (fat eighths) assorted yellow, green, light blue, and gold prints (blocks)
  • 1/2 yard solid white (blocks)
  • 3/8 yard red paisley (blocks)
  • 9×21″ piece (fat eighth) blue paisley (blocks)
  • 9×21″ piece (fat eighth) white print (blocks)
  • 9×21″ piece (fat eighth) blue denim print (blocks)
  • 1-1/2 yard solid gray (borders, binding)
  • 1/4 yard red chicken wire print (borders)
  • 63″-square batting
  • 3-1/2 yard backing fabric

Cutting instructions and how to assemble the squares are described in All People Quilt. There you have all the diagrams that help you assemble each block. Need a bigger quilt? Just increase the number of squares. Don’t forget to come back here and tell us how it was to quilt this beautiful piece.