Quilts for Baby & Beyond has patterns for 9 quilts & 3 pillows, all made with the Super Sidekick ruler & no Y seams!! Books will be available on May 5th.
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Big & Small Triangles pillows are designed as nursery and living room accents. They are ideal for using scraps and practice sewing triangles.
Zig Zag pillow is designed as a support pillow for holding baby during feedings and more.
This duo of baby quilts has been in my head since I designed Varsity back in 2012. I knew there had to be a way to make 2 quilts at once using strip piecing. ‘Twice the Fun’ is the result!!
This quilt is called “Rookie of the Year” and its round! I designed it round so it can be used when baby or little ones are in the stroller. This way none of the edges drag!!
If the thought of binding a circle intimidates you, there’s also an option to finish it as a hexagon. Directions on how to turn a hexagon into a circle are included in the book.
Twinkle Twinkle quilt is designed for the nursery and as a tool while singing the song. I made this quilt in a black and white version because high contrast is the first thing that babies can see.
This trio is called “Cuddles” and is made up of an adult, baby & doll quilt.
I’ve always loved looking at monthly milestone photos, even before I was a mom. Taking monthly photos of Nathan is one of my favorite routines that we do together. I knew I wanted a quilt for the new baby book that specifically was designed for this type of photo. Introducing the “Watch Me Grow” quilt. The bold rows of color really help you compare the growth between photos.
Check out my Quilt Preview Party on YouTube to see all of the quilts.
The book has full color directions for all of the projects shown here. Full size templates are included. I've also listed all of the Kona Cotton Solid colors used for the projects in the book.
I can't wait to see what you make from it! Share your projects with us on social media using #JaybirdBaby!
© Blog post written by Julie Herman
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