How long does it take a beginner to make a quilt?

A simple baby size quilt (40 x 4) will take between 3 and 9 hours to make. A simple large quilt (60 x 70) will take 10 to 20 hours to make.

How long does it take a beginner to make a quilt?

A simple baby size quilt (40 x 4) will take between 3 and 9 hours to make. A simple large quilt (60 x 70) will take 10 to 20 hours to make. How long does it take to make a quilt? A baby quilt can take just 12 hours to make from start to finish, while a queen size quilt can take up to 8 weeks or longer. A single-size quilt can be made in just 2 weeks or less (depending on the pattern), while a hand-applied king size quilt can take up to a year.

Many experienced quilt makers feel that it takes a minimum of 15 hours to make a quilt. There are many people who have had ongoing quilt making projects that have taken more than six months to complete. You can make your quilt by hand or with a sewing machine.

Shelby J Greener
Shelby J Greener

Amateur food lover, wannabe travelaholic, general tea expert, certified quilting fanatic