How to Make a Baby Onesie Quilt

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Binding your Quilt

Before adding the binding, you will need to square and trim your quilt. Just as I mentioned with pressing seams, I'm learning that everyone squares and trims their quilts for binding very differently! I use the cutting tools I have listed at the beginning to get my corners nice and square, and then I move my way around the quilt, trimming off the excess backing and batting. Hopefully this quilt is easy for you to trim and square. If done carefully, it should be!

Pick out your binding fabric, or use bias tape if you'd like. I cut my strips 2.5" inches, but you can vary that width depending on how thick you want your binding to be. You can see how to sew the bias tape binding here, and I have the next quilt binding tutorial coming next week! So you can work on cutting and piecing your quilt until then!

And there you have it: A finished Baby Onesie Quilt! I love how it turned out, and it kind of makes me want to go through Harlow's onesies and make one for her! Especially now that we are having a boy!


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