3, 2, 1 Quilt! Crafting Baby Quilts ebook – Learn to Quilt Today!


 A Step-by-Step Guide to Creating a Baby Quilt

Everything You Need to Get Started

 My 3, 2, 1 Quilt! Crafting Baby Quilts eBook is the perfect way to get started in the world of quilting. Whether you’re an experienced quilter or a complete beginner, this eBook provides all the steps you need to get started on your quilting journey. I provide detailed instructions and helpful pictures for each step, so you can follow along as you quilt your very first baby quilt.

Learn from the Comfort of Your Home

My 3, 2, 1 Quilt! Crafting Baby Quilts eBook is designed to make learning quilting easy and accessible. With this comprehensive eBook, you can learn the basics of quilting from the comfort of your own home and at your own pace. No matter where you are in the world, you can access this eBook and take your quilting skills to the next level.

Get Crafty with Confidence

My goal for this 3, 2, 1 Quilt! Crafting Baby Quilts eBook is to give you the confidence to complete your own beautiful baby quilt. I’ve included step-by-step instructions and helpful tips that will guide you through each stage of the quilting process, from planning your quilt to stitching it together. With the help of my eBook, you can create beautiful quilts with confidence and ease.


Are you interested in creating beautiful baby quilts, but feeling overwhelmed by the process? Look no further than my comprehensive 3, 2, 1 Quilt! Crafting Baby Quilts eBook! With this resource, you’ll be taken by the hand and guided through every stage of quilt-making, from selecting fabrics to binding and finishing.  

Don’t worry if you’re a complete beginner; this eBook is tailored specifically to those without any quilting experience. You’ll find clear step-by-step instructions and easy-to-follow techniques that will gradually build your skills and confidence with every page.

Not only does my 3, 2, 1 Quilt! Crafting Baby Quilts provide a solid foundation for quilt-making, but it also offers practical tips and tricks that experienced quilters wish they had known when they were just starting out. Avoid common pitfalls and accelerate your learning curve with insider information that will help you create a stunning quilt in no time.

If you’re looking to create your first baby quilt, 3, 2, 1 Quilt! is an invaluable resource that will help you achieve the results you’re looking for.

🧡 Comprehensive Step-by-Step Guide: This eBook takes you by the hand and guides you through the entire process of creating beautiful baby quilts, from selecting fabrics to binding and finishing.

🧡 Perfect for Beginners: No prior quilting experience? No problem! This eBook is tailored for beginners, offering clear instructions and easy-to-follow techniques that build your skills with each page.

🧡 Detailed Illustrations: Visual learners, rejoice! My eBook is packed with detailed illustrations, diagrams, and photos that demystify quilting terminology and techniques.

🧡 Practical Tips and Tricks: Discover insider tips and tricks that experienced quilters wish they knew when they started. Avoid common pitfalls and accelerate your learning curve.

🧡 Fabric Selection Made Easy: Choosing fabrics can be overwhelming, but I break it down. Learn how to select the perfect fabrics that match your vision.

🧡 Quilting Terminology: Confused by quilting jargon? My glossary will become your best friend, explaining terms and concepts in simple language.

🧡 Guidance on Quilting Tools: Discover the essential tools you need to embark on your quilting journey, complete with explanations of how each tool contributes to your success.

🧡 Step-by-Step Instructions: Follow our step-by-step instructions for piecing, quilting, and binding your baby quilt. Each stage is broken down into manageable tasks.

🧡 Tips for Perfect Binding: Learn how to create beautifully finished edges with tips for binding your quilt.

🧡 Crafting with Love: Handmade baby quilts are gifts from the heart. Learn how to infuse your love and care into every stitch, creating meaningful heirlooms.

Whether you’re a complete novice or looking to enhance your quilting skills, “Quilting for Beginners: Crafting Baby Quilts” is your comprehensive guide to creating beautiful, personalized baby quilts that will be cherished for years to come. Start your quilting journey with confidence and creativity!




Unleash your creative potential! Join me and start crafting your very own baby quilt today!

8 thoughts on “3, 2, 1 Quilt! Crafting Baby Quilts ebook – Learn to Quilt Today!

  1. I liked how you show the steps with photos and an explanation. Yes, you got going and I did miss those few extra phots. No harm no foul. I can figure it out. I’m on my very first quilt. I am using embroidery thread to the down my layers. I’m not sure how to fit the bill under the pressure foot. I added some spray glue and used earth pins. I need to invest in those curved ones. I found enough ( luckily) looking in every jar,drawer,and craft box. The clips are on my list as well. I had almost enough material. I did have to start over once to add new material so it would even out.I read how to square up my quilt. Not sure yet how crooked it will be. I went back to my fabric pile and found a pattern for the boarder. I used a flannel flat sheet code the backing. It will be a masterpiece I’m sure. I found this site when I got to the border stage. I’m glad I did. I like the double layer because the are weakest where you pull on them so thanks for that I will post a photo when I’m finished. Glad for you site. Cheryl

    1. Awesome job, Cheryl! Your experience sounds very similar to my first baby quilt attempt. I tried to scrounge as much from around the house as I could to avoid needlessly spending on tools if quilting didn’t end up being ‘my thing’. πŸ™‚
      Good luck completing your quilt and please come back and post or send me a picture! I’d love to see your finished product!

      And remember, flaws are just little extra bits of love added in. πŸ˜‰

  2. Hi, I was wondering what kind of stitching pattern you used? Tight setting or a larger gapped stitch? I think I worded that correctly…

    1. Hi Molly!
      I typically use a β€˜quilt stitch’ setting on my machine. I like the way it looks & holds.
      Larger gapped stitching can be used for quilting, if desired. It is wonderful if using specialty thread (glittery etc).
      I find length of stitch for the quilting portion really is a personal preference. Whatever you like and are most comfortable with.
      Good luck! 😊

  3. Hi! Would you mind posting a zoomed-in pic of the corner (both the front and the back of the quilt)? Not quite sure what a mitered edge is supposed to look like. Finishing up part 4 and excited to get to this step soon!

    1. Also – do you have recommendations for binding fabric? The back of my quilt is minky fabric – wondering if that would be good for the binding as well to make it super cozy or if cotton would be an easier/better choice. Thanks!

  4. Thank you so much for this really helpful tutorial! I followed you step by step throughout the whole process and am so proud to have just finished my very first baby quilt to give to my best friend, who is due in August. I couldn’t have done it without your guidance!

  5. Thanks for much for these videos! I am making a small quilt, my first, and following all the steps as best I can. I am using 6″ squares. My daughter picked out the fabric and it is all different! Some minky, some cotton, some flannel. She likes what she likes. So, I am trying to make her dream come true, but admittedly finding it very difficult! The minky is lovely stuff, but it stretches more than cotton or flannel. Any advice on that? Also, one minky is super fluffy! It is wonderfully soft, but the pile is LONG!! I had to comb it away from seams in order to have it sewn together. She wanted a bumpy minky on the back, but when ironing, the bumps went flat. (oops!!) I didn’t make them all flat, just some as I caught on quickly…just not quick enough. Any way, I would like to use the minky on the back for the binding, so cut the back extra wide & long in order to double it and roll it into the proper binding look. I am wondering how to do the corners, but mitering gave me a great idea. I will see how it turns out and let you know!

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