Cuddle Me Quick: 11 Baby-Quilt Designs by Darra Williamson, Christine Porter

Make a huggable quilt for a special wee one! Quilting experts Christine Porter and Darra Williamson present 11 eye-catching baby-quilt patterns in a variety of oh-so-adorable styles.

  • Choose from a mix of traditional pieced quilts and whimsical applique designs; full-sized patterns are included
  • Find lots of tips throughout and an assortment of projects for both boys and girls
  • Enjoy inspiring quilt patterns that include detailed quilting suggestions (with photo) for each quilt

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781604681512
Publisher: Martingale & Company
Publication date: 09/10/2012
Pages: 80
Product dimensions: 8.20(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.30(d)

About the Author

Darra Williamson has been quilting and teaching for almost 30 years. Named Professional Quilter magazine's 1989 Quilt Teacher of the Year, she has taught throughout the United States and the United Kingdom. Darra is a freelance editorial consultant for quilt-book publishers, authors, and websites.

Christine Porter is an internationally recognized quilt judge, teacher, lecturer, and author. She has taught in the United States, Canada, Ireland, Scotland, France, Norway, New Zealand, and Dubai.

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Cuddle Me Quick: 11 Baby-Quilt Designs 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
BarbaraLyn More than 1 year ago
Who doesn’t love a baby quilt? Isn’t there always a new baby who could use one? This book will keep you prepared for the new one and give you ideas that can even be enlarged for the young child or just the child in you! Five pages of basic quilting tips begin the book. Then you jump right into the patterns beginning with a “Rubber Ducky”. A photo, finished block and quilt size and number of blocks to create begin the instructions. Material and cutting lists follow. Tips are set off in colored boxes and graphics help make the written instructions clearer for us visual people. Templates are provided at full size and quilting suggestions are given. I love it when the author tells you how their quilt was quilted. There are 11 projects in all from Ladybugs to Alphabet Soup. I have a great-niece who is Ladybug crazy so I will just add a few more “bugs” to fit her bed and her brother will get his “on the water” time with the Little Sailor quilt full of boats. The last page is the author’s bio and their web site/blog. I can’t wait to show this book to my charity quilt guild and make several for the children’s charity we support.