Jumbo Coins Baby Quilt


Hi there, it's Natalia from Piece N Quilt! I'm super excited today to share this super simple baby quilt. I love giving baby quilts as gifts to friends when they have new babies so I'm always on the lookout for a simple but cute baby quilt pattern.
Hope you enjoy this quilt today!


1 Good Fortune Layer Cake
1 Yard Bella Solids White
1/4 Yard Coordinating Binding
2 Yards Moda Snuggles Backing (if you are using regular fabric for backing you will need 4 yards)
Quilt kits are available over at Burgundy Buttons!

Begin by cutting your layer cake in half. Creating 5"x10" rectangles.

From your Bella Solids White cut 14 - 2"x WOF strips.

Using the attached template cut 6 flower petals, one small flower center (3" circle, a cup works great for a template) and one large flower center (a 3 1/2" circle) and one large Bella Solids White circle (I used a large mixing bowl for this template).
Sew the 5"x10" rectangles into strips, 5 strips of 12 blocks.


I pieced the leftover strips together and pieced them into the backing.


Now sew the rows together using the 2" white fabric as your sashing and borders. As shown in the image above.
Using the applique technique of your choice applique the flower onto the lower right hand corner of the quilt top. (I prefer to use starch applique, here is my free tutorial)

Quilt, bind and enjoy!

A super simple baby quilt that can be made in less than one day!

1 - 58"x58" Jumbo Coins baby quilt.
I have to share a little picture of the quilt backing.
Being a machine quilter I don't love working with minky type materials. But... I had never used the Moda Snuggles before so I decided that this was a great quilt to try it out on. Let me tell you! It is AWESOME!!! I will definitely use the Moda Snuggles AGAIN!

Thanks for checking out my tutorial today!

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Quilt kits are available over at Burgundy Buttons!



Natalia Bonner
{Piece N Quilt}

21 comments:

Manda said...

Beautiful quilt!

Quilter in The Gap aka Rhonda said...

OH Natalia this is beautiful - but not so complicated it can't be used by the baby. Thanks for sharing.

Shawn said...

Great idea Natalia and your quilting looks amazing on the snuggles!!! Merry Christmas!

Suzanne said...

Lovely!

Dawn Hendrix said...

LOVE IT!!!!!

harleywife57 said...

wow ; this is just adorable and soft I bet !! the quilting looks wonderful and of course , Kate Spain --- GORGEOUS !!! I must find some Moda Snuggles !

Melissa @ Happy Quilting said...

So adorable, I love it. Great job Natalia!!!

Quiltjane said...

Thank you for sharing your wonderful baby quilt and tutorial. I will try the Moda Snuggles on the back of a winter quilt.

Kell said...

Simple but so gorgeous! Perfect for a last minute gift. Thanks for the tutorial Natalia.

thisyearsdozen said...

So pretty!!

Dawn said...

Thanks for sharing your tute and quilt. Lovely!! And thank you also for the heads up about the Snuggles. I will definitely give it a try and probably would not have without your kudos of that fabric.

Sherry said...

What a cute baby quilt. Thanks for sharing the recipe Natalia. Love it!

VickiT said...

Thanks Natalie. This is such a cute quilt. I really love the flower added to the front. Super cute.

sally said...

Adorable, Natalia!!!

Beverly said...

Natalia, that is beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

PEGGY said...

I just finished assembling this quilt and without thinking grabbed my 2 yard piece of backing. Hmmmm....2 yards? for a 58 x 58 top? Never going to happen unless the snuggles is 108 wide???
Maybe the pattern should have been written with 2 backing sizes, one for cotton and one for snuggles???
Peggy in NJ

PS: Almost purchased the kit last night on the site but stopped thinking the backing wouldn't be enough.

Main Street Quilt Cottage said...

I LOVE this quilt! So simple, yet very striking. I LOVE the flower! However, I can't seem to find the template. Am I missing it somewhere? HELP!

Deb G. in VA said...

Love your quilt! I don't see the templates either?

Moda Fabrics said...

The template is back in the Printer Friendly Version; thank you for your patience!

Snoozie said...

I love the simplicity of this quilt. I don't think I will manage it in a day, maybe I will time myself and let you know? The quilting is amazing!

Becca said...

This pattern was a great find and a good way to introduce someone to patchwork and quilting. I just had to try it out before helping a new sewer attempt her first quilt. A great choice for a beginner. Thank you for sharing!