2.27.2012

Making Over The Nursery ~ Toy Blocks ~ A Free Tutorial

Toy blocks are super fun, simple and soft and make for some fun nursery decor.
Click below to see complete tutorial>>
Materials needed:
1-  A Stitch in Color Charm Pack (or any charm pack of your choice)
1 bag batting

We started out by adding a little applique to a few of the blocks. Just wanted to make them have a little more detail, some blocks have letters, some have circles.
Begin by selecting six charm squares for each block.
Now sew four of those together as shown in the image above. Press seams open.
Now you will add two blocks to the sides of the second block. Leave 1/4" at the top and bottom of these blocks unsewn.
Now you will sew up the side of the second block and the top block, as shown in the image above. You will be sewing the block together inside out.
Now sew the left side to the top block, as shown in the image above.
You will repeat this process until you have sewn all the sides of the block together. When you get to the end of each seam make sure to leave 1/4" unsewn to make nice corners.
Leave a small opening in the center of one side. Turn the block right side out through that little hole.
Now stuff your block with batting.
Hand sew with a running stitch the small hole closed.
That's it!
Enjoy!

All fabrics used in this tutorial are "A Stitch In Color" for Moda Fabrics, available for purchase here.

If you make some of these fun blocks we'd love for you to share yours in our flickr group!


Coordinating  tutorials are available;
Bumper Pads
Dust Ruffle
Wonky Baby Quilt

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6 comments:

  1. So cute and so easy, thx for the tute! :-)

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  2. Wow so simple will be adding this to my bookmark list for later on =D

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  3. I've just got to make some of these, they are great. Thank you for the tutorial.

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  4. Those are cute going to make some at some point but I guess I am in no rush yet as I have a month tell the baby is born.

    Richard Healey

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  5. Those are so cute. I may have to try and make some of these for the babies I'm making quilts for. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  6. Muchas gracias por este tutorial tan bonito,pues la verdad es que me encantan los cubos.¿Con que los rellenaste y de que medida son por favor?Pues me parece que no lo he visto por ningĂșn lado.Muchas gracias y un saludo.

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