Wonky Baby ~ A Baby Quilt

Hi there! It’s Natalia from Piece N Quilt. Today I get to share this fun baby quilt tutorial. I wanted to make a quilt that was simple yet had a little spunk to it. So I’ve created this Wonky Baby quilt. I’ve also created tutorials over on my blog for those coordinating bumpers and that darling dust ruffle. So take a minute and check out my blog for those tutorials!


2 A Stitch In Color Charm Packs
1 5/8 Yards coordinating grey fabric
1/2 Yard coordinating binding fabric
1 1/2 Yards coordinating backing fabric


Begin by cutting from your grey fabric 56 – 6″ squares and 10 – 1″xWOF strips.
From your charm packs cut 52 – 4″ circles, I used my Accuquilt Go to cut my circles and it went very fast and simple.

Using the applique technique of your choice {I like to use starch applique}, applique a 4″ circle onto 52 of the 6″ squares, I tried to make each of the circles off centered so the quilt would have a wonky look.

After you have appliqued the circles you will randomly cut each block on an angle. I cut each block individually so they would all have different angles.

Now take the 1″ strips of grey fabric and sew those into the block, where you cut the diagonal line. Sew the block back together. You will end up with 52 blocks that look like the one above and then 4 plain grey blocks.

Sew the blocks together, randomly, 7 blocks by 8 blocks.

Quilt, bind and enjoy!


1- 38″x44″ baby quilt.

Natalia Bonner
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