Today, I'm going to share a post from my own blog with you. I am no talented seamstress, but this still came out beautifully, and would make a fantastic handmade gift for those new babies in your life. The whole project took me about 2 hours. Be sure to tag us @etsydallas with #etsydallascrafts, if you try it!
I have slowly been finishing the baby's nursery one handmade project at a time. I had very good intentions of completing everything before he arrived, but I didn't even manage to have his crib assembled. It's funny how different everything is with the second baby.
I finally made some time to work on his cheater baby quilt, so I took some pics to share with you all how easy it is to do something custom and special. This fabric actually inspired the color palette for the whole space. I bought two yards of the Kona Cotton from Spoonflower (search cheater quilt for different designs), and one package of crib sized batting from amazon. This process is very simple, and the results look much more impressive than it actually was to create.
First, fold your fabric in half, and lay it with the print side face to face, matching the printed areas.