You’ll love this blanket’s easy binding, formed by wrapping a flannel backing square around to the front to create a wide, continuous border. We also show you a clever way to stitch the rick rack in place for a perfect reveal.
A bed runner is a decorative throw for the foot of the bed that helps protect a fancier full-size quilt or bedspread. Sit on it or stretch out and place your feet on it. We used ours to show off some pretty patchwork and quilting.
Here’s a romantic story: a pretty patchwork panel meets an old softie fleece panel; they fall in love and become inseparable. That’s the true tale of this beautiful…
With a rag quilt, you want your seams to sew. After washing and drying, the exposed seams gently fray or ‘rag,’ producing a very soft and cuddly feel – perfect for babies. Our design features unique scalloped outer edges.
We call it our Nap-In-A-Bag: a lightweight drawstring bag that holds a bound fleece blanket and a matching pillow. This clever portable sleep set is a great option for school naps, grandma’s house, or anywhere nap time is needed.
Plan a picnic for Mom’s special day. Our double layer blanket is so fast and easy, you could start it after lunch and be using it by dinner. Reinforced corners with grommets let you securely spike the blanket into the ground.
Is there a certain someone you know who loves the nappin’ life? Whip up a summer-weight blanket in an incredibly soft, organic cotton sweatshirt knit! We include instructions for making the adorable personalized fabric tag.
Lay it down for a clean, soft play area. Roll it up to tote to your next destination. Our quick and easy play mat is perfect for the baby or toddler on the go. We combined snuggly chenille with two pretty quilting cottons.
This easy to assemble knit blanket is made from 15 wide and narrow panels in three coordinating knits. The blanket layers together in a snap and is cleverly sandwiched and topstitched so all seams are finished front and back.
Even if you’re staying home for the holidays, kids would love crashing near their own Christmas tree in this cozy sleepover bag and matching pillowcase made in pretty holiday flannel and cotton. It’s big, but it’s not complex.
Small and soft; those are the requirements for a “lovie” – a cuddle-up-with-me blanket that is destined to become an instant favorite and a soothing companion for nap time, story time, or anytime a little soft security is needed.
This plush throw is framed with patchwork and poms. Even if you’ve NEVER done any patchwork, you can make this beautiful blanket. Part of the fun is picking out 72 border squares, combining your favorite colors and patterns.
This handsome (and easy) quilt is made up of bright, bold geometrics. We added a custom monogram to a bottom corner square to personalize the project and make it a cherished keepsake for baby and parents.
Strip piecing is a fast and easy mainstay in quilting; we’ve borrowed the technique for a bundle-y Cuddle® blanket. And, rather than using only one-directional strips, we mixed horizontal insets within the main vertical strips.
Soft receiving blankets and cute little hats are a classic combo to delight a new mama and daddy. If you are brand new to knits, we also link to our full Sewing with Knits tutorial for helpful tips, tools, and techniques.
Wrap up your favorite someone in this snuggly rag quilt with its special “secret admirer” heart appliqué. A rag quilt is sewn together so the seams show on the outside. After washing and drying, the seams begin gently fray or rag.
Mom is likely spending more time inside these days, which is a perfect reason to make sure she has a lightweight lap blanket to keep her cozy. Our 41” x 41” blanket features corner tassels and unique chenille accent scallops.
You’ve promised to make a baby quilt. You’ve had nine months to get it done. Right?! Now, the baby is due in a week! What are you going to do? Our fast, but still adorable, Charm Pack Baby Quilt might be the answer.
These adorable blankets are simply begging for hugs. Made with a double layer of super soft luxury fleece and sporting a lightly stuffed animal head and ears in one corner, who could resist giving them a loving squeeze?!
Cute blankets are always a welcome baby gift. They are a bit like little baby drop cloths. Like painters, babies are often in need of their own little piece of clean real estate, which they can then destroy as they choose.
We used some of the boldest, brightest fabrics from Kaffe Fassett to create this bohemian throw with a patchwork front that is bound and backed in super soft sherpa-style fleece and hand tied to finish.
A plush baby blanket with a lush satin ruffle – it just doesn’t get any cozier than this! It’s an absolutely beautiful blend of soft and smooth textures and a perfect idea for the next new baby on your gift list.
It’s a little bit like the ancient art of origami. You start out with a flat square (or rectangle), and after a few folds, flips, and slices, you have perfect bias strips ready to become custom binding for your next project.
A baby’s first year is all about touch. Why not create a wonderfully soft surface full of interesting textures to investigate?! It’s what’s called a “tag blanket,” combining the classic security blanket with an activity play mat.
It’s a Baby Shower Power Gift that is the Goldilocks of baby receiving blanket options. Three different styles in one project: Baby Bear Decorative Stitch Blanket, Mama Bear Rick Rack Blanket, and Papa Bear Bound Edge Blanket.
A cheater quilt is one in which the top fabric is pre-printed with a patchwork design, allowing you to skip the piecing. It’s super fast and easy! As a fun twist, we used a soft piped edge rather than traditional binding.
Do you usually turn to quilting cottons or fleece for a throw? Give linen and rayon a try! This lightweight yet warm throw has an absolutely amazing drape. The finishing touch is the swing and sparkle of chainette fringe.