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Free quilting patterns

Free quilting patterns

Who doesn’t love free quilting patterns? We have compiled a list of our favorite quilt patterns from around the web.

Most of these patterns are beginner friendly; however few of them may be suitable for the advanced quilters.

This is a beginner friendly quilt pattern by Cluck Cluck Sew. This little quilt is so fun to make, and not to mention a great scrap-buster.

This beautiful pattern is by Amanda from Jedi Craft Girl. All you need for this quilt is 5 fat quarters and some background fabric to put the top together!

This Farmhouse Star quilt is classic and modern with a touch of retro feel, and is sure to gussy up your adorable modern farmhouse in a jiffy!

The free pattern makes a 60 x 60 inch quilt.

Sew a log cabin quilt perfect for any baby with this free Baby Heart Log Cabin Quilt Pattern by SewCanShe.

Follow this free quilt pattern by Pat Sloan to create a sweet, lap-sized quilt. The large snowball quilt blocks come together quickly.

Know of any other great free patterns that should be added to this list? Let us know in the comments below or email us the link at ritika@madamsew.com

53 comments

  • I would love it if someone could send me a free pattern for a Pinwheel Quilt from start to finish. I love Pinwheels so much and would love to make a quilt with them.
    My name is Lori
    My email is lori32556@yahoo.com

    Thank you so much!😊😊

    Lori Sylvain
  • I would like to see a baby pattern in small blocks that I could cross stitch and put together “. Maybe about 6 to 9 in square “ in zoo animals

    Brenda Gritt
  • I would like to see a baby pattern in small blocks that I could cross stitch and put together “. Maybe about 6 to 9 in square “ in zoo animals

    Brenda Gritt
  • I am 77 years old, have been sewing since I was 5 thanks to my grandmother. However none of my kids or grand kids are interested in sewing. would love for at one of them to learn but none seem interested. So there is no one to show my projects to. Would love to talk to ya’ll

    Marie Edmiston
  • I would love to get your patterns.

    Vickie allen

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