High Rise Baby Quilt

Haven’t made a quilt in ages! Decided to pull out some cute fabric and get a baby quilt made for our great-niece Rylee. This was a lot of fun and I love how I have my machine set up in my craft room. Let me show you!

Quilt pattern is from ItsSewEmma.com. It’s called HIGH RISE and designed by Jocelyn Ueng. I highly suggest this for a beginner quilt pattern. Watch my video for some tips, but it’s pretty easy to follow the steps she lays out. Makes crib, lap, twin and queen sizes.

Ironed each fat quarter
Cut fat quarters into 2.5″ wide strips
Cut into 2.5″, 4.5″, 6.5″, 8.5″, and just darks 10.5″
14.5″ is for the border, I left this off
Cut strips into rectangles
You can use jellyroll strips or fat quarters
Each block is 9 pieces
Squares go together very quickly
Laid squares out according to the pattern
When sewing rows together, match up the corners
Pinning in place can help with matching
Craftroom setup is working well — iron, cut, and sew

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Finished Quilt

Can’t believe it took me this long to get the baby quilt done! Finally, after a long winter, I got the quilt out and finished the top, and then added the border. It really is a quick pattern and it should have gotten done in a couple of days! Here’s the final product on March 21, 2022.