15 Easy Rag Quilts that Are Perfect for Newbie Quilters
If you’re new to the world of quilting, you may know that it’s not for the faint of heart. Luckily, there are a number of quilt patterns that are perfect for beginners, including the basic rag quilt.
If you’re learning to sew, the rag quilt is great because it’s simply a matter of cutting and sewing straight lines. Even if your lines aren’t perfectly straight, the frayed ragged edge really helps to camouflage any imperfections.
These beautiful rag quilts end up with a very cuddly finish that looks well loved right from the start.
Check out our great list of 15 easy rag quilts that are perfect for newbie quilters now!
Easy Beginner’s Rag Quilt
This rag quilt uses cuddle or minky fabric for extra warmth. The combination of flannel and cuddle is wonderful to touch. This tutorial is geared towards beginners, with several videos that break down the steps to make it easy to follow.
Via Fleece Fun
Easy Thrifty Pretty Rag Quilt
Here’s a gorgeous and easy quilt that you can easily finish in a couple days.
One Hour Rag Quilt
This quilt is the definition of fast and easy. Make up a couple with bright colors like ours or some chunky novelty prints. If you’re introducing someone to sewing this summer, it’s also a great beginner project with a big payoff!
Via The Jolly Jabber
Large Square Rag Quilt
If you are new to sewing, you could definitely make this large squares rag quilt – it’s all straight lines!
Via Refresh Living
Simple Baby Rag Blanket
We really like the clean and modern look of it with the right amount of fluffiness and raggedness. We also like the outer edges with the binding, framing the strips of raggy edges.
Chevron Chenille Rag Quilt
This is a very fun variation of rag quilting following a chevron pattern in the fabric.
Via Aesthetic Nest
Flannel Baby Rag Quilt
This is the softest little quilt made of flannel. The best part about it is how dang easy it is to make!
Via Do It Yourself
Some Bunny Loves You Easy Rag Quilt
You are going to love this easy quilting tutorial – definitely a great beginner project, but a fun one for seasoned pros as well!
Via The Cottage Mama
Rag Quilt for Baby
Although these take a bit of time to make, they are really pretty easy and the end product is totally worth it! This type of quilt is a perfect way to start off learning how to sew.
Striped Rag Quilt
Check out this oh so sweet striped rag quilt – an all-flannel blanket (flannel outside and flannel batting).
Minky Rag Quilt
Learn how to sew a minky rag quilt either as a lap quilt or a new baby quilt. This super soft quilt is great for the beginning quilter.
Heart-Stitched Baby Rag Quilt
Each square is quilted with a happy little heart in this adorable heart-stitched baby quilt tutorial.
Frayed Edge Rag Throw Quilt
Make your quilt and be happy with it no matter the outcome. Don’t be afraid to fail. If this is your first (or your second) it may not be perfect, but it will be loved for its asymmetrical beauty and warmth it provides anyway.
Basketweave Quilt Pattern
It looks like a lot of work, right? Would you be surprised to know that it isn’t? The whole project will only take a few hours.
Via Honeybear Lane
Baby Rag Quilt
Here’s another baby quilt that’s perfect for beginners and makes a wonderful gift.
Via Breida With A B
Hopefully, you’ve found a pattern to get started in the cozy, thrifty, and addictive art of rag quilting.
If you’re looking to try your hand at more quilt patterns, check out this great book that’s perfect for newbie quilters: Simple Quilts from Me and My Sister Designs: Easy as 1, 2, 3