Diy Tag Blanket

Diy Tag Blanket

Diy Tag Blanket
Diy Tag Blanket

"For this month’s Baby Sew Along pattern, I’m sharing an easy and cute DIY tag blanket with fabric tags. This is a beginner-friendly sewing pattern made from two fat quarters and about an eighth yard of fabric (or a third fat quarter, or some pieces of scrap fabric). This makes a little lovey that baby can rest on for tummy time while pulling on the fabric tags. Finished Size Approximately 16” (40.5 cm) x 20” (51 cm) after quilting, not including tags. Tools Sewing machine with needle such as Baby Lock Jubilant. (Read my review of the Jubilant here.) Cricut 45 mm Rotary Cutter, Acrylic Ruler, and Cutting Mat OR fabric scissors and marking pen. Iron and iron-safe surface. Clover Mini Wonder Clips or Flower Head Pins. Clover 1/2″ Bias Tape Maker (optional, but makes the process much easier!). Basic sewing supplies (seam ripper, thread snips, etc.). Materials 100% cotton fabric for front, back, and fabric tags. I used 2 fat quarters from the Michael Miller Fabrics Frosty Marbled Hash fat quarter bundle from the Hash Dot collection for the front and back, and approximately 1/8 yard in Enjoy the Little Things in White from the Black & White collection. Ask for these fabrics at your local quilt shop or shop online Alternatively, you can use another fat quarter for the tags, or scrap fabrics sewn together into a 1” (2.5 cm) strip approximately 60” (152.5 cm) long. Fairfield Quilter’s 80/20 Batting – Small 45″ x 60″. 100% cotton thread in your choice of color for stitching and bobbin. I used white."

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Sewn byMachine

Difficulty LevelEasy

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