9 Birdie Baby Quilt Tutorial

9 Birdie Baby Quilt Tutorial

Materials needed;
1 Birdie Charm Pack (click here to purchase)
1 Yard coordinating fabric.
(backing and binding 1.5 yards coordinating fabric.)
Randomly sew charm squares into 12 strips of three.
Sew those strips of three together creating 4 nine patch blocks.
Cut all four nine patch blocks into fourths.
From your coordinating sashing material cut 5 - 1.5"x width strips.
Using the 1.5 inch strips sash your blocks.
Sew the blocks back together as shown below.
From your remaining sashing material cut border fabric 5" wide.
Attach borders as show in picture below.
From the leftover charm squares cut out and applique using a blanket stitch four flowers.
We liked the two flowers in one corner.
Quilt, bind and enjoy!
9 Birdie Baby Quilt was pieced and quilted by Natalia Bonner, binding was done by Kathleen Whiting of Piece N Quilt.
"I loved making this quilt. It was so fast, simple and cute! Great for a gift" ~Natalia Bonner


  1. That is SOOO CUTE! I have a few friends that are expecting and this would be a great gift for them. I do wish I could find some charm squares that are geared for boys. :S

  2. I make charity quilts for Binky Patrol & always looking for quick, simple pattern to make. With this one, I can use some of those charm packs that I have on hand.
    Thank you for sharing.

  3. I LOVE this quilt! You are so amazing!

  4. I love how you put sashing in between the split 9-patch blocks. Very cute and the fabric makes it that much more adorable!!

  5. Thank you for sharing another wonderful quilt pattern. Very cute quilt!

  6. Here is my finished quilt top. http://nuggleme.blogspot.com/

    Thanks for the great tutorial!!!

  7. Just tooo cute! I want one for myself!!! Thank you for sharing your delightful creations with all of us out here in cyberspace:)

  8. The tutorial is so GREAT!
    I have to get it start...
    could I ask where could I you get that nice "coordinating fabric" from ?Thanks a lot! have a lovely end of week!

  9. This is adorable! And looks pretty simple, thanks! =)

  10. Thanks for the tutorial. I have put a link to your tutorial on my freebies blog...Khris

  11. Lindissimo!!!!
    abraços de Maria Filomena

  12. Everything you make is BEAUTIFUL !
    Thanks for sahring :)

  13. I LOVE THIS! I think I might have just found the first ever quilt I will sew. It looks easy enough that I can stop dreaming and start sewing!

  14. I MUST try this pattern! I love your instructions. Such a cute baby quilt.

  15. I saw this quilt on www.rsislandcrafts.com's blog, left a comment, and then she sent me an email with your link! Thanks for the tutorial; it's going to make a perfect baby shower gift! Can't wait to start...

  16. I saw your site on sew mamasew give away but couldn't look real good. this is great for the dp4p. which has become my favorite block and am making them like crazy. thanks again. carolyn

  17. I followed your tutorial and made the quilt for a friend of mine for her granddaughter! You can see it here


    I referenced your tutorial so people can find it! Thanks again!

  18. Love the quilt, want to make one! May I ask, what did you use for your flower pattern & center? I don't see any templates to print off, so am just curious?


    Email me at happymrs2552@yahoo.com..

  19. i have some christmas charms i been wanting to use. i can applique christmas shapes instead the flowers. can't wait to get started.

  20. One of my favorite patterns..and love this take on it..thanks for sharing...


  21. Just made this top in one of my two year old's naps, so about 90 minutes, from cutting to completely finished top, so quick and easy, thank you so much!


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