Sugar, Spice, and Everything Nice: 8 Quilt Patterns for Girls

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When I was a little girl, I always enjoyed wrestling my older brothers in the mud much more than wearing the pretty (albeit itchy)  dresses my mother so desperately tried to make me keep clean. That was well over a decade ago. Since then, I’ve given up tackling my brothers in exchange for dressing in my own distinctly feminine style.

Yet, there is still a little part of me that regrets always rejecting the girly outfits and cute bedroom blankets that look adorable in a little girl’s room. Thankfully, FaveQuilts allows me to indulge in my love of all things pink and pretty through their fabulous round-up of some of the most popular quilt patterns for girls. Quilters of all skill levels can choose a darling kid’s quilt pattern by checking out this lovely list of 8 quilt projects to make for girls.

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Quilted Blankets for Girls

Borders Baby Rag Quilt — Make this super sweet and quick rag quilt for a newborn girl. As a bonus, the pink and brown flannel will be ultra-soft on a baby’s skin.

Borders Baby Rag Quilt
Sweet Girlie Charm Quilt — Use pastel-colored charm squares and a matching border design to create this cute blocky pattern for a little girl’s bedroom.

Sweet Girlie Charm Quilt
Dolly Dresses Personalized Baby Quilt —  For a little girl that loves to play with dolls, make this quilt with fabric panels that look like her favorite toys. You can even applique a personalized name onto the middle of this playful girl’s quilt pattern.

Dolly Dresses Personalized Baby Quilt

 

Quilted Clothes for Girls

Charming Patchwork Baby Dress — This baby dress showcases your most feminine scrap fabric while keeping an infant girl feeling comfortable. This guide includes directions for making a dress to fit sizes 6-9 months, 12 months, and 2T.

Charming Patchwork Baby Dress
Little Girl’s Patchwork Skirt — Every toddler girl will look simply beautiful while she frolics in this patchwork skirt. Follow this detailed tutorial to sew a simple skirt in bright summertime quilt patterns.

Little Girls Patchwork Skirt
Strip-Pieced Pleated Skirt — If you want to design a patchwork skirt with more classic color scheme, you will love this jelly roll pattern for a strip-pieced pleated skirt. Little girls will look precious in this refreshing yellow and green quilted flower pattern.

Strip-Pieced Pleated Skirt

Applique Patterns for Girls

Girly Turkey Applique — Sew this funky applique pattern onto a shirt or placemat to put some girl-power into your next Thanksgiving craft!

Girly Turkey Applique
Applique Hearts Quilted Wall Display — For even more adorable applique fun, sew this heart pattern onto a wall quilt banner to show a little girl how much you care. This wallhanging quilt also makes a great Valentine’s Day gift.

Applique Hearts Quilted Wall Display

Whether you want to make quilted clothes for a budding fashionista or a cute pink blanket for an infant girl, these feminine kid’s quilt patterns are sure to put a smile on her face. If you enjoyed this post about quilt patterns for little girls, check out our previous post about free quilt patterns for boys.

 Flowers, Butterflies, or Hearts: What kind of patterns do you like to use for girl’s quilts?

 

 

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