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5 Free Quilting Patterns!

5 Free Quilting Patterns!

Nothing can fuel your quilting inspiration like a beautiful and unique quilt pattern. And, it gets more fun when it’s FREE!

Free quilting patterns can be perfect to experiment your way through different kinds of quilting blocks and basically when you just want to have fun with quilting!

If you’re just beginning to quilt, then starting with free patterns is the best way to move forward - just diving right into one of these patterns, and there’ll be no looking back!

Here are out top 5 favorite free patterns:

 

1) Strip and Flip Baby Quilt

This fun scrappy quilt is quick to put together and great for beginners. The pattern is very easy to follow and the project is great if you want to use up your scrap fabrics!

2. Pixel Heart Pattern

The Pixel Heart pattern is an Instagram favorite! The downloadable pattern includes instructions for making Large (28-1/2" x 24") and Gigantic (85-1/2" x 72") hearts. Both sizes can be made with scraps and/or 5" x 5" charm squares.

3. The BookCase Pattern

This one is a favorite pattern over Pinterest! As great as it looks, this one would require a lot of hard work and precision - best to take it up when you want to challenge yourself!

4. The Hexagon Quilt

This detailed tutorial is all you need to get started on a hexagon quilt! You could easily use this Large Hexagon Quilt pattern to make a quilt for any season or occasion. This pattern would also make a great baby quilt!

5. Modern Baskets Quilt Pattern

Amy made this gorgeous Modern Baskets quilt for a display at Quilt Market and decided to launch a free pattern for it - and well, we can’t thank her enough for it!
Keep in mind that the choice of fabrics is a complete game changer for this quilt!

Well, I hope you enjoyed these patterns! What more would you like to see in our blogs? Let us know in the comment section below.

Also, I compiled a list of some other great resources which would help you out on your quilting journey!

1) How to Free Quilt for Beginners

2) How to Bind a Quilt
3) Beginning Quilting Series: Basics, Tools and a Simple Block

24 comments

  • I am a new quilter. I’m going to attempt to make the bookshelf quilt as a present for my daughter. Thank you for the pattern.

    Rita
  • Great ideas

    Judith Virdin
  • I used actual photos of books to make a bookcase quilt and I think it added some extra reality to the quilt. Just an idea.

    Natalie
  • Absolutely the bookcase! Have been wanting to make one!!

    Kelly
  • Thanks so much for the beautiful patterns! It gives me the inspiration to finish up my UFO’s and get quilting on some exciting new patterns! Again thank you!

    Elaine Hart

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