Sew Sweet Baby Quilts - Precuts * Shortcuts * Lots of Fun!

by Kristin Roylance
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Discover the joys of creating a wonderfully textured baby quilt that's easy to stitch and quick to finish. Use shortcuts--including precuts! Inspired by the author's six children, these delightful designs are brimming with fun dimensional elements for wee ones to explore. Create an adorable, practical gift that brings texture and color into Baby's world!

  • Choose from seven attention-grabbing quilts in three categories: precuts, strip piecing, and fusible-grid designs
  • Learn how to easily add ruffles, rickrack, and other dimensional embellishments to stimulate Baby's senses
  • Each pattern incorporates a helpful, time-saving tip


by Kristin Roylance
8.5" x 11" printed on your home computer
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full color, PDF digital download
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Publication Date:
October 6th, 2015

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Review from The Applique Society Newsletter, January/February 2016

Sew Sweet Baby Quilts by Kristin Roylance features seven delightful quilts in three categories: precuts, strip piecing, and fusible grid designs. Add some ruffles, rickrack and other dimensional embellishments to stimulate Baby's tactile senses and you are left with one adorable quilt that is almost too cute to use. They all would look great hanging on the wall of the nursery! Features needle-turn applique and fusible applique along with clearly written instructions , great color photos and diagrams. All patterns are included at 100% scale.

Kristin Roylance

Kristin Roylance's introduction to quilting came while she was visiting her grandmother's home as a young child. She can remember sitting under a quilting frame, carefully pushing a needle up for her sister to pull through from the top. They were quite the team! She remembers going home with bandages on each and every fingertip, but she still couldn't wait to try quilting again. Her next notable quilting experience also included bandages, this time with a trip to the emergency room. Rotary blades can be very dangerous! She's learned a lot since then and rarely requires Band-Aids these days.

Kristin started her pattern company, Cute Quilt Patterns, in 2008. She's enjoyed the many friendships that come from daily interactions with fellow quilters and loves having the opportunity to share her designs and see the creativity they inspire.

Kristin feels blessed to live on a beautiful hillside of the Wasatch mountains in Utah with her amazing husband and six energetic, quilt-toting children.

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