The Easy Big Kids Quilt is super quick and easy to make and perfect to donate – hint hint! The finished quilt measures a snuggle-worthy 50″ x 50″, so it’s perfect for curling up under during a movie or reading a book.
If you’re looking for a simple yet beautiful quilt to make to donate, the Easy Big Kids Quilt is a great option.
This quilt is for my Quilt Donation Drive for National Foster Care Month in May 2023, if you would like to learn more about how you can donate a quilt to children in foster care click HERE.
The video tutorial for this quilt will be available on my YouTube Channel, today at 5 PM ET. In the meantime, you can find the fabric requirements below so you are all ready to make it with us.
The fun fabric that I used for the Easy Big Kids Quilt was generously donated by Art Gallery Fabrics for National Foster Care Month, it is called Flower Boom by Art Gallery Studios – thank you Art Gallery Fabrics!
Don’t forget to print out my PDF (found here) and write a note to Comfort Cases to help us keep track of how many quilts we have donated, as well as include it in your photo to enter the giveaway.
In this tutorial I use my handy dandy Number Cards. Get your free copy HERE.
Tools Needed to Make an Easy Big Kids Quilt
- Co-ordinating Thread – I used Cairo Quilt 100% cotton
- Rotary Cutter, Ruler & Mat
- Sewing machine
- Iron – I use this one – I love both
- Ironing Board
- Number Cards get your free copy here
Cutting Instructions for the Easy Big Kids Quilt
With each of the (4) ⅜ Yards – Cut (2) 5½” strips of Width of Fabric
With the 1 Yard – Cut (12) 10½” x 10½” squares
I can’t wait to make quilts with you to donate to children in foster care for National Foster Care Awareness Month! Please leave a comment and let me know if you plan on joining me in making this Easy Big Kids Quilt.