Disappearing Nine Patch Spring Baby Quilt

A disappearing nine patch quilt.

I’ve had this one finished for a few weeks but with the travelling and rainy weather it took me a while to get around to photographing it. (You can scroll down to the bottom to get the PDF download for this pattern.)
Spring Baby Quilt by Bonjour Quilts, a disappearing 9 patch pattern with an applique back detail. Free pattern download.

This is an easy-peasy disappearing nine patch, nothing earth-changing, just a nice, bright quilt/playmat for a gorgeous spring baby.
Spring Baby Quilt by Bonjour Quilts, a disappearing 9 patch pattern with an applique back detail. Free pattern download. For the back I went with a simple stripe design, and also appliquéd the little miss’ name on in white.
Spring Baby Quilt by Bonjour Quilts, a disappearing 9 patch pattern with an applique back detail. Free pattern download.

Spring Baby Quilt by Bonjour Quilts, a disappearing 9 patch pattern with an applique back detail. Free pattern download.

Spring Baby Quilt by Bonjour Quilts, a disappearing 9 patch pattern with an applique back detail. Free pattern download. I was very proud that I remembered to trace the letters back-to-front. Normally I forget that sort of thing.
Spring Baby Quilt by Bonjour Quilts, a disappearing 9 patch pattern with an applique back detail. Free pattern download. I added an extra ‘e’ to practice on with scrap material before I tackled the appliqué.

Quilting was a grid style, either side of the disappearing 9 patch seams. Then I went back and filled in some areas along each edge with denser quilting.
Spring Baby Quilt by Bonjour Quilts, a disappearing 9 patch pattern with an applique back detail. Free pattern download.

The binding is a turquoise material which I can’t for the life of me find the name of. I don’t know what I did with the selvedge either. I swear I lose 5% brain capacity with every pregnancy.
Spring Baby Quilt by Bonjour Quilts, a disappearing 9 patch pattern with an applique back detail. Free pattern download.

The baby has a big sister so I thought I’d make a little something just for her. This little case is based on a tutorial I found on Noodlehead’s website. I just adjusted the size to suit the zipper I had on hand and then added a bit of embellishment.
Spring Baby Quilt by Bonjour Quilts, a disappearing 9 patch pattern with an applique back detail. Free pattern download.

I like that it’s made from fabrics in the baby’s quilt. Once completed, I filled it with some pretty hair clips and hair bands.Spring Baby Quilt by Bonjour Quilts, a disappearing 9 patch pattern with an applique back detail. Free pattern download.

I’m looking forward to having some more cuddles with this baby when I drop these off. Can never have too many baby cuddles!
Spring Baby Quilt by Bonjour Quilts, a disappearing 9 patch pattern with an applique back detail. Free pattern download. If you fill in your details below I’ll send you the PDF pattern for this disappearing nine patch baby mat, as well as my newsletter (full of good stuff).

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26 thoughts on “Disappearing Nine Patch Spring Baby Quilt”

  1. Please send me the PDF pattern for this disappearing nine patch baby mat, as well as your newsletter.
    Thank you!
    Beautiful work!

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  2. Hi Karen (4 Lil’ Girls) and Selina, thanks so much for dropping by. You don’t have email addresses attached to your profile or on your sites so I couldn’t contact you but I just wanted to say thank you for your comments!
    Thanks too Lauren, sorry google has been giving you grief. If it’s any consolation it does the same to me too sometimes.

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  3. The quilt is beautiful, I love the fabrics and the sorbet colours! The back is just as gorgeous as the front and I love the quilting. Great idea, changing the density, it’s a really lovely effect!

    Any girl would be thrilled to receive that cute pouch, too! Love the rick-rack and the buttons! :-)

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  4. Kirsty,
    I love this one…my favorite thing is the stripes with her name on it. You outdid yourself there. Very sweet.
    Who’s going to make one for the littlest aussie? I would offer but…I stop at buttons.
    bisous,
    aidan

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  5. Have been trying to comment via Google for the last few posts but Google isn’t playing nice. For some reason, I can comment on other blogs, just not yours. Anyhow, I wanted to thank you for the glorious travel photos and the shots of this quilt. Gorgeous! Also, was pleased to hear your son wasn’t seriously injured during the scooter incident. Can’t believe the police turn a blind eye to vehicles in a pedestrian area.
    Lauren

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  6. Just gorgeous Kirsty – and love how you’ve put the name on the back which makes it special! The colours are delightful – I’m sure that’s half the fun selecting which fabrics to use.
    Have a wonderful week-end and keep safe.xx

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  7. Ah so that’s what the letters were on! Very very pretty and spring like. Loving the meadow flowers you have like my pink and green ones. The baby’s big sister will love her new bag of goodies I’m sure. Enjoy your cuddles!

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  8. Oh Kirsty, this is such an amazingly beautiful quilt! I love the style, the colors, the design, the back, the letters… Very well done you! And of course that little blag for the big sister finishes it off. The family will be very happy!
    love, Maaike

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  9. I love it! Your quilting is wonderful! The disappearing 9 patch is my go-to pattern for baby quilts…

    And BTW, you always write the best posts when you are unveiling a quilt.

    Jennifer :)

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