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Celebrate Seuss - Crib/Toddler Baby Quilt

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I ran across the latest Celebrate Seuss at my favorite local quilt shop and just knew I had to have it! Since I'm a shade older than average-age Seuss fans, it seemed more appropriate to use it for my "grand" niece Maggie's first birthday. This is definitely larger than your normal baby quilt but I wanted to make it a size she could "grow" into. I think every child goes through a Dr. Seuss phase particularly as they are learning to read. I remember reading most of these titles to my baby sister when she was Maggie's age and then watching her read them to herself (although by then she pretty much had them memorized). I designed this pattern specifically for the Celebrate Seuss panel. The Celebrate Seuss panel features 10 book covers of the Dr. Seuss series. I chose to make the layout using 13 book covers because I preferred the symmetry of the finished blocks on the top. Recognizing that some might not want to buy a second panel for just 3 book covers, I also included a layout using 10 covers. Although this pattern has been designed for the Seuss panels, it can be used for any print you choose to feature. This two-block quilt goes together quickly and is a wonderful way to highlight favorite characters for kiddie quilts. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Sewing a 1/4 inch seam SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Layout 1: 50" x 65" Layout 2: 56" x 58"

Recommended with this pattern

  • Binding fabric, backing fabric, and batting
  • 1 to 2 Celebrate Seuss panels (depending on layout chosen)
  • 1 1/8 to 1 7/8 yards background fabric (depending on layout chosen)

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I became fascinated with quilting in 2005 when my sister-in-law offered to make one for my guest room. I'm still in love with quilting all these years later. It's my passion, obsession, and therapy. I recently retired from a 25 year career in Accounting and am finally able to get down on paper all those wonderful quilting designs that have been floating around in my head waiting for an escape!