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  Kwik Sew 2971 Blanket, Bibs & Doll
Crafts Blanket, Bibs & Doll Fabric: |Other|Lycra

Kwik Sew 2971
Kwik Sew 2971
Kwik Sew 2971
Kwik Sew 2971

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Blanket, Bibs & Doll


The baby blanket is made from blocks in four different fabrics. The back is in one piece and folds over the edges to form the binding.


Suggested Fabrics:

For Blocks: Cotton, flannel, Polarfleece®, interlock.

For Back: Satin, charmeuse, cotton, flannel.

Material Required:

Fabric 45" (115 cm) Wide: Back - 1 1/4 yd (1.15 m)

Blocks - four fabrics - 3/8 yd (0.35 m) each.

Notions: Thread.


The bibs have an optional lining, Velcro® closure and the outside edges are finished with bias tape. Seven different appliqués are included.


Suggested Fabrics:

Woven and firm knit fabrics such as cotton, cotton types, terry, interlock, jersey.

Material Required:

Fabric and Lining (optional) 45" (115 cm) Wide:

View A - 1/2 yd (0.50 m)

View B - 3/8 yd (0.35 m)


Thread, 1 1/2 yd (1.40 m) of double fold bias tape, 1" (2.5 cm) of 1" (2.5 cm) wide Velcro®. Appliqué: Scrap pieces of fabrics, paper backed fusible web and tear-away material.


The doll is stuffed with polyester filling. The face is stitched and the hair is made from yarn.


Suggested Fabric:

Soft woven and firm knit fabrics such as interlock, stretch terry, cotton and fleece. For the face and hands, use a woven fabric such as broadcloth.

Material Required:

Fabric & Contrast Fabric 45" (115 cm) Wide - 1/4 yd (0.25 m) each

Face & Hands - 1/8 yd (0.15 m)

Lining - 1/4 yd (0.25 m)


Thread, polyester filling, scrap piece of fusible interfacing, tear-away material, 10"(25 cm) of pre-gathered eyelet or lace, yarn for hair, 1/2 yd (0.50 m) of 1/2" (12 mm) wide ribbon, narrow ribbon for bows.

Member Reviews
photo Easy & Great for Beginners
This was my very first time making a blanket or anything resembling a quilt. Not bad for a first try. I also can't stitch a straight line to save my life, but with practice I'll get better. Pattern Description: The baby blanket is made from blocks in four different fabrics. The back is in one piec

photo Easy & Great for Beginners
This is my first completed quilt. If it were a movie instead of a quilt, it would be "Plan 9 from Outer Space." And if I were a director instead of a sewer, I would be Ed Wood. I just wish my husband were Johnny Depp (minus the angora sweater). But on with the review. [I just changed the rating

photo Highly Recommend
Additional picture: Here’s the back of the blanket or backing Here’s a close-up of the front Here’s a close-up of the back Pattern Description: Blanket, Bibs, & Doll. Baby blanket: made from blocks in four different fabrics. Back is in one piece and folds over edges to form binding. I made t

photo Highly Recommend
Pattern Description: This is a pattern for a small baby blanket, doll and bibs. I made the blanket as a gift. Pattern Sizing:n/a Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it?yes Were the instructions easy to follow?yes What did you particularly li

photo Highly Recommend
Update 11/5/03: Added photo. A very good friend of mine is having her first baby in September. Her shower is this weekend and I wanted to give her something more personal than the average store-bought gift. Pattern Description: From the pattern envelope: “The baby blanket is made from block


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