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Thursday, May 22, 2014

Oh Sew Baby!

I have something exciting to share with you all today! Today we are starting a new series on the blog called "Oh Sew Baby!"  This series will be full of fun new tutorials just for baby! We have a full schedule of amazing bloggers ready to share some great new projects!

May 27 - ***Open Linky for all Baby Sewing Tutorials! Anyone can participate!***
May 29 - Ella and Nesta
June 10 - Modern Handcraft
June 19 - Berry Barn Designs
June 26 - Climbing the Willow

***May 27 I will open up a linky party for anyone that wants to link up any old or new baby related tutorial! If you link something up, you will be entered to win a $50 gift certificate to the Fort Worth Fabric Studio Shop!! I will leave the linky open until the end of the series! So be sure to come back and link up!

I am going to be kicking the series off with a fun new quilt pattern called Scooter! I was really inspired by this fun print from Robert Kaufman called Retro Racers!  I knew I had to make a quilt featuring this great print!

I made the pattern as a free PDF download right HERE! You can also find kits at the shop to purchase right HERE!

This quilt was so fun to make and came together so quickly! The finished quilt measures at 45" x 45".  The great thing about this pattern is that you can chain piece the blocks and it makes it go so quickly.   This is such an easy block to put together and is great for those larger prints, so you can show them off!
Scooter Free PDF pattern and Quilt Kit


This quilt is made from one block, and you can alter the pattern to make it as large as small as you'd like by just adding or taking away blocks.  It is also a great pattern for a beginner quilter because it uses all basic piecing techniques and comes together really quickly! 
Scooter Free PDF pattern and Quilt Kit


For the backing I used this awesome Bungle Jungle Scribble print that I thought just rounded out the entire quilt perfectly! The binding is also a white and gray String print that is perfect for this boy quilt! 



Don't forget to come back and check out the upcoming tutorials from the series, and also come link up all your tutorials next week! :) 

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Talk to you soon,


12 comments:

Paula @ Sewy Stuff said...

Love this pattern! Thanks for sharing! Looking forward to this series as I have a 10 mo old granddaughter and am about to have another in two months (they'll be cousins, not sisters).

Rita McCart said...

Thank you for the sweet pattern, I've been looking for a cute pattern for boys. :D

Vicki in MN said...

It is adorable, I can use it for charity quilts for neonatal and just use one less block-thank you so much!!

Emily Breclaw said...

Adorable quilt! A dear friend of mine was just asking about a good quilt idea for a bunch of novelty prints she has-- this is going to be perfect :-)

Valerie Reynolds said...

What a fun linky idea!! I don't have any tutorials! Oh wait! Maybe I do....a receiving blanket tutorial?? Let me know...if not, I'm totally cool with that and understand why'd you keep it to quilts. Either way I'm looking forward to the linky...as I'm a new grandma who has many of new opportunity to sew baby things!! YAH!

Sheila said...

My niece is expecting in July so this would be perfect . Thanks for the tutorial .

bleonard02@tampabay.rr.com said...

My daughter is expecting and this fabric & patterns would be great for this first time grandmother!
Mary Ann

Kathy Holscher said...

Super fun! I'm in need of a baby gift and this is perfect! Thank you for the tutorial!

Charmed Life said...

Thanks for sharing this pattern. I am always looking for fat quarter friendly patterns and this one looks great,.

Wendi said...

Love your pattern!

Jenn said...

What an adorable little quilt!

Mojjo said...

Love this pattern! Thanks for sharing. Now I just need to go get some more fat quarters.

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