Baby Quilts with Three-Dimensional Effects

Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting | 1000 Series | Episode 1005

Whether you’re a grandmother or a new mother, learning how to make a baby quilt or a nursery set is always a lot of fun. We’ve got a really unique baby quilt with us for this episode called Basketweave Baby. It has a kind of three-dimensional look and it was made by Betty Hufford and quilted by her daughter Jean Nolte. We’ll show you how to sew partial seams to create a woven effect, how to chain piece blocks and rows of blocks, and how to finger-press seams and connect rows. For more information about this episode, including a supply list, visit


Basketweave Baby Quilt – Episode 1005

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