Anchor Baby Quilt: A Sewing DIY You Can Make In a Day!

anchor baby quilt cover

It's Amanda from Jedi Craft Girl and I'm super exited to be here on the Sizzix blog sharing my latest pattern for this adorable nautical baby quilt! I love giving quilts as gifts and this is the perfect pattern that you can sew up in a day. The fabrics are from Dear Stella and I love that they are not traditional baby girl fabrics. I know my ocean-loving Sister-In-Law will just love this!IMG_8957

Here's how you can make one: (all seams 1/4" throughout, finished block 10", finished quilt 40" square)

First call your Sizzix assistant to come and help!!




16 fat quarters from assorted prints (if you don't have that many, there is enough fabric to make 2 out of each fat quarter)

1/2 yard solid white fabric

1 yard Heat n Bond Lite

Sizzix Anchor Die

1/2 yard binding

1 1/2 yard backing


Begin by cutting the Heat n Bond Lite to the size of the Sizzix anchor die. Fuse it to the wrong side of the fabric. Cut out the fabric along the edge of the Heat n Bond. Using the Big Shot Fabric Series die cut 16 anchors. I like to do at least 3 at a time!

anchor block

Cut each fat quarter in the following measurements (also pictured above). 2 strips 2 1/2" x 6 1/2" and 2 strips 2 1/2" x 10 1/2".

Cut the white fabric into 6 1/2" squares.

Peel off the backing paper and fuse the anchor to the center of the square.

Sew the 6 1/2" strips to the sides of the anchor square. Press.

Sew the 10 1/2" strips to the top and bottom of the anchor square. Press. Do this to all 16


Top stitch around each anchor.


Layout the quilt in 4 rows by 4 rows. Sew together, press, baste, quilt, and bind.


This is such a great size baby quilt and you could easily change up the center die for a heart, flower, animal, or holiday die!!



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