Easy Hopscotch Baby Quilt PatternFinishing at 40-1/2" x 48-1/2", the Hopscotch baby quilt pattern makes a quilt that's a bit larger than a typical crib quilt, so it can also be used as a lap quilt or a quilt for a toddler. The layout shown is one option for the blocks -- you'll find another on page 3.
The Hopscotch quilt block is traditional, and has been known by multiple names throughout the years.
There are no triangles in this quilt, and that means you'll work with patches cut along the fabric's sturdier straight grains.
The quilt is stitched in all blues, and you can change its appearance by using a different color or sewing it scrappy.
Finished block size: 8" x 8"
Finished baby quilt: 40-1/2" x 48-1/2" (the 1/2" dimensions are due to the binding width on each side of the quilt)
Quilting Fabrics & Other MaterialsMedium blue: 1 yard
Dark blue: 3/4 yard
Light blue: 1-1/8 yard
Batting: about 48" x 56"
Backing: 3-1/8 yards (you will have leftovers) (Quilt Backing Instructions)
Binding: about 205 running inches of doublefold binding that finishes at 1/4" (Binding Strip Instructions)