Our baby quilts and lap quilts are made using 100% cotton fabrics. These are true patchwork quilts, carefully cut, pieced, pressed and sewn by machine. The tied quilts are assembled with a thick polyester batting, while the machine-quilted ones are filled with a soft cotton batting. We have a long and growing list of satisfied customers, many of whom are repeat shoppers. Won't you have a look?
Beach Baby Quilts are original, pieced, small quilts, made in New England, in a variety of colors and patterns. These quilts are made exclusively in crib or lap size, using high quality workmanship. The baby quilt tops and backs are made with 100% cotton fabrics. The batting we use in the tied quilts is one of the thickest types available, making our quilts soft, puffy and machine washable.
Beach Baby quilts are true patchwork quilts. We choose coordinated fabrics, cut them into pieces, then sew them back together in patchwork patterns. The fabrics are precision cut, exactingly pieced, carefully pressed and sewn by machine. A binding is then added around the edges. Finally, the quilts are either quilted on a quilting machine, or hand-tied using coordinated embroidery floss or pearl cotton thread.
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At Beach Baby Quilts, our quilt tops and backs are made with only 100% cotton fabrics. The polyester batting is one of the thickest types available, making our quilts puffy, durable and machine washable.
Most of the baby quilts are made using bright, primary colors. The photography doesn't always capture the true brightness of the colors, so think of a box of Crayola Markers while you're looking at the quilts!
Beach Baby Quilts are true patchwork quilts.
This means we choose coordinated fabrics, cut
them into pieces, then sew them back together in
Most of the Beach Baby Quilts are original. Occasionally, we make 2 or 3 quilts using the same fabrics, but different patchwork patterns. When you see a quilt you like, you should order it, because once it's sold, there is not likely to be another just like it!
Many quilts you see for sale elsewhere are made
by simply sandwiching a pre-printed (and
sometimes factory quilted) fabric with another
whole piece of fabric. This is a very
Our one-of-a-kind quilts are made using the traditional pieced patchwork methods of early American craftswomen.
We're always adding new quilts to the website, so please check back often!