Free Baby Quilt Patterns & Tutorials - Page 3
Pinwheel Baby Quilt
Moda Bake Shop
Whrilygig Baby
Quilt
When Eight Create
Just for Baby Quilt
Sentimental Stitches
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Zigzag Baby Quilt
All People Quilt
Easy Argyle Baby
Quilt
Little Birdie Secrets
Lucy Goosey in 3D
Moda Bake Shop
Dinosaur Baby Quilt
All People Quilt
Magic Baby Quilt
Piece N Quilt
Baby Rag Quilt
Creations by Kara
Infant Snuggle
Wrap
Capital Quilts
Puppy & Cats Quilt
Craft & Fabric Links
1-2-3 Baby Quilt
Debbie Mumm
Autumn Storybook
Quilt
All People Quilt
A collection of the best free Baby Quilt Patterns & Tutorials on the web!
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More quilting tips for beginners:

Batting: if you want your quilt to have a thinner look to it, use a “low-loft” batting. If you want your quilt to have a
thicker look to it, use a “high-loft” batting, but keep in mind that you may find a high-loft batting difficult to machine-
quilt.

Cutting: Although a rotary cutter isn’t absolutely necessary, it can make the task of cutting your quilt pieces faster
and easier (note: to save yourself even more time, you can buy your fabric pieces pre-cut). A rotary cutter can also
help you cut your pieces more accurately.

When using a rotary cutter, you may find stiffer fabrics easier to cut. Therefore, you may want to spray your fabric
with sizing or starch before cutting. And if you've never used a rotary cutter before, you may want to practice first on
an old or inexpensive length of fabric.

And here are a few rotary cutter safety tips: Remember that a rotary cutter is very sharp, therefore, always handle
the rotary cutter itself with care (closing the blade after each cut) and the blades with care when changing and
disposing of them. And always use a rotary mat and ruler specifically designed for use with a rotary cutter. And when
using the rotary cutter, always cut with it rolling away from your body.
Simple Baby Quilt
Martha Stewart

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Sewing Tips:

Use a seam roll as your surface when pressing seams open. The rounded surface of a seam roll
will keep the edges of your seam allowances from pressing a ridge into the right side of your
fabric, which is especially important when working with very thick fabric.

When you place your spool of thread onto your sewing machine’s spindle, position it so that the
nick is at the bottom of the holder. This is to prevent your thread from getting caught on the
nick as it’s coming off the spool.
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