Sleep Tight by Cotton + Steel

The Sleep Tight Collection is an instant classic by Sarah Watts for Cotton + Steel lovers. The quirky hedgehogs and imaginative bunnies are wonderfully whimsical and yet will flawlessly blend with almost any quilt design. The white dot on the Stardust print are pearlescent, giving a little shimmer and glam.  These are great modern prints that will give any quilt design a modern aesthetic. The earth tones flawlessly blend together. For those that need a little pop of excitement in your quilt, don’t hesitate to add a burst of vibrant color in with Sleep Tight Fabric from our wonderful line of Quilter’s Candy Basics. Lately, my favorite additions are the shades Melon or Verdigris when working with neutrals to create a wonderful burst of excitement to a project

The Brioche & Baguette Crib Quilt Kit beautifully frames each print of this collection. I keep a stash of baby quilts at my house for baby showers and gifts. This one is perfect for this because it is so gender neutral! It is hard to find a true gender neutral baby quilt, but this one sure fits the bill. It is a quick and easy project perfect for the beginner or experienced quilter. Because the quilt design is sleek and clean, the quilting can either be basic or intricate. If you are just beginning to quilt on your own, this quilt design is perfect for line quilting or crosshatching. If you are practicing your quilting skills, take each block and experiment with new designs and layouts. The broad sashing is great for wonderful border quilting designs.

Need something a little bigger? The pattern includes instructions for a Throw and Full/Queen as well.

I told you those hedgehogs were cute! Craftsman Quilt Pattern Download, Urban Abacus Quilt Pattern Download, and Shadows of Ink Blossoms Quilt Pattern Download are excellent patterns to showcase Sleep Tight.


  1. Stephanie - March 15, 2017

    I love that the colors are muted. Very restful. Those hedgehogs are THE cutest.

  2. Rose Russell - November 15, 2017

    I just priced this quilt together last week and was wondering how I was going to quilt it. This one is beautifully done. Thank you for sharing. I have notisted this fabric has a lot of fraying, how did you hanndel that. Thanks