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Free quilt block patterns to tempt quilters of every skill level. Multiple sizes. Free downloadable paper piecing patterns where needed.
I made this quilt for my grandson as he transitions from crib to twin bed. It's a one-block-wonder, made of about 1000 60-degree, fussy-cut triangles.
The Continental quilt block is made lickety-split from quick-pieced half square triangles with a bit of strip piecing throw in. Step-by-step instructions. Free downloadable coloring page.
Download your free Standard Quilt Sizes Chart, a complete reference for quilt, mattress, and packaged batting sizes. Right-size your next quilt!
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Learn how to make a Brave World quilt block. Paper piecing pattern included for 3 Sizes. Step-by-step instructions for the beginning quilter.
This quilt idea came from a blog called crazy mom quilts and it's called elia's quilt. I had a scrap of this cute owl fabric that cried out to be featured
A directory of quilt stores by state, city and country. With so many listings, you're sure to find a nearby shop. Or add your favorite to the list.
The Oklahoma Twister quilt block--with all it's twirly-swirly goodness--offers some interesting design challenges.
Check out 10 different settings to see which appeals to YOU!
I love watching quilt tutorials. This cutie also came from a Missouri Star Quilt tutorial. Jenny made individual blocks in a weave pattern, but I wanted
This quilt is made with rail fence star blocks. I saw a tutorial by Jenny at Missouri Star Quilt Company and wanted to give them a try. It was love at
The Oklahoma Twister quilt block with its open, modern feel is easy to construct when you make half square triangles 8-at-a-time.
Our tutorial includes: step-by-step illustrated instructions, cutting charts for 2 or 3 fabric blocks, layout ideas and downloadable coloring page.
The Autumn Tints quilt pattern is one of those 'happy-accident' blocks that forms a unique design when it edges meet.
This secondary design draws your eye and obliterates the boundaries of the original patchwork. The block design comes into focus only when a sashing strip is added between the blocks.
The design is 'bonus quilt-able', so a variation on the original cutting chart is provided for those of you who'd like to use this as a bonus quilt pattern.
8 unique layout ideas.
Our Autumn Tints quilt block uses traditional piecing techniques—including making half square triangles 8-at-a-time—to complete this rather modern-looking patchwork design.
Step-by-step instructions in three sizes.
8 unique layout ideas.
Our Royal Star quilt block is a dream to make with paper pieced Flying Geese pairs and half square triangles stitched 8-at-a-time.
Free paper piecing pattern download included.