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Follow The following quilting patterns are from external sources and are not created by me. I have provided the links to the original designers who have kindly offered their patterns for free. Please direct any inquiries about the quilting techniques to the respective designers.
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Showing posts with label Free Quilting Pattern. Show all posts

Joy Quilt Instructions

Joy Quilt
Designed by © AGF Studio

The "Joy Quilt" is a stunning explosion of color and texture, bursting with vibrant hues and playful patterns. Measuring 74" x 74", this generously sized quilt is sure to make a statement in any room. Whether you are looking for a unique piece of art to add to your home d├ęcor or a cozy and comfortable throw to snuggle up with on the couch, the "Joy Quilt" is sure to bring you joy. The pattern is free and available for download from the link below.

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Pinwheel Star Block

Pinwheel Star Block
Designed by © Lindsey Weight 

Learn how to make a beautiful Pinwheel Star Block with this free tutorial by Lindsey Weight of Fort Worth Fabric Studio. This block is easy to sew and creates a stunning effect. Download the PDF now and start quilting! 

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Tile Puzzle Variation Quilt Block

Tile Puzzle Variation Quilt Block
The Photo by © Elaine Huff of Fabric406

Ready to create a stunning quilt block that's surprisingly simple to make? Look no further than the Tile Puzzle Variation, brought to you by Elaine Huff! This beginner-friendly design utilizes just squares and half square triangle units to achieve a captivating and intricate look.

Intrigued? Let's dive into the free tutorial and embark on your quilting adventure!


County Fair Quilt Block

How to Make a County Fair Quilt Block
The Photo by © Elaine Huff of Fabric406

Calling all quilters! Today, we'll be stitching up a delightful quilt block called the "County Fair." This charming design features a beautiful star at its center, and the good news is, it only requires half square triangles, squares, and a technique called "snowballing corners."

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12 Captivating Quilt Blocks Made Simple with HSTs and Squares

12 Free and Easy Half Square Triangle Quilt Block Patterns
Photos by © Elaine Huff of Fabric406

Calling all beginner and seasoned quilters alike! Unleash your creativity with these 12 delightful quilt blocks, crafted solely from Half Square Triangles (HSTs) and squares.

The humble HST, a cornerstone of quilting, takes center stage in these charming designs. While many blocks incorporate HSTs, these examples showcase their versatility in creating stunning patterns on their own.

For a touch of simplicity, I've used just two colors in the following examples. But feel free to add more colors to your palette and unlock a world of design possibilities!

Remember, all these blocks are based on a user-friendly 4 x 4 layout, making them perfect for quilters of all skill levels. So grab your favorite fabrics and get ready to bring these captivating blocks to life!

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Amish Star Quilt Block

Free Amish Star Quilt Block Tutorial
The Photo by © Elaine Huff of Fabric406

Don't be intimidated by the Amish Star quilt block! It's easier to make than it appears. At its heart, it's just a Nine Patch block with a twist. We'll utilize Half Square Triangles, Flying Geese, and squares to form the beautiful star design. Unlike traditional Amish quilts that often rely on solids, I'll show you how to add your own creative touch by incorporating prints and creating a scrappy, vibrant block. So, grab your fabric and let's dive in! 

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Housewife Quilt Block

Traditional Housewife Quilt Block
The Photo by © Elaine Huff of Fabric406

 Are you ready to dive into the fascinating world of traditional quilting? Today, we'll be uncovering the charm and ease of the Housewife quilt block. This timeless design, featuring a mesmerizing pinwheel center and elegant flying geese, has captivated quilters for generations. Let's embark on an exploration of the artistic ingenuity and skillful techniques that bring this enduring block to life.

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Indian Puzzle Quilt Block: Dive into a Free Tutorial!

Indian Puzzle Quilt Block
The Photo by © Elaine Huff of Fabric406

Calling all quilting enthusiasts! Today, we delve into the fascinating world of the Indian Puzzle quilt block, designed by Elaine Huff of Fabric406. This traditional beauty boasts a captivating design built with just three colors and a combination of Flying Geese, Square in a Square, and Half Square Triangle units. Ready to unlock its secrets?

This free tutorial will guide you step-by-step through the construction process, from cutting your fabric to assembling the final masterpiece. Learn valuable techniques and discover how these seemingly simple components come together to create a visually stunning block.

What are you waiting for? Unleash your creativity and embark on this exciting quilting journey with the Indian Puzzle block! Remember, the tutorial is readily available, waiting to equip you with the knowledge and skills to bring this unique block to life.

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Cactus Compass Quilt Block

Cactus Compass Quilt Block
The Photo by © Elana (That fabric feeling)

If you are looking for a fun and challenging block to make, check out the Cactus Compass block by Mary Pfeiler of Quilting on the Square. This block is part of the free block pattern series from Wombatquilts.com, and it features a stunning design inspired by the Christmas cactus plant. You can play with different color combinations to create your own unique version of this block. The pattern is free and easy to download from the link below.

Download Pattern: Cactus Compass Block  

Beautiful gift boxes make a charming pillow

Beautiful gift boxes make a charming pillow
The Photo by © Lella Boutique

Celebrate the festive season with this lovely Christmas pillow pattern. It features colorful gift boxes on a dark background that create a striking contrast. You can use a mini charm pack of 2 1/2″ squares or your own fabric scraps to make the gift boxes. The pillow cover fits an 18″ by 18″ pillow form for a cozy and plump look. You can also turn the pillow cover into a small quilt for your wall or table. The designer, Vanessa Goertzen from Lella Boutique, shows you how to do the vertical matchstick quilting that adds texture and style to the pillow. You can find the free pattern and the fabric collection used by the designer at the link below.

Download Pattern: Giving Thanks Pillow Cover

Starlight Quilt

Starlight Quilt
The Photo by © Fran Gulick

If you love star quilts, you'll love Starlight, a new pattern by Fran Gulick of Cotton and Joy. This pattern features layer cake squares from the Everglow collection by Tula Pink for Free Spirit Fabrics, and it's perfect for showcasing the vibrant colors and prints. Starlight is easy to make with half-square triangles, and it creates a stunning patchwork effect. Jenny Doan shows you how to sew this quilt step by step in her tutorial. Click the link below and get ready to shine with Starlight!

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Log Cabin Quilt Block Pattern Tutorial

Log Cabin Quilt Block Pattern Tutorial
The Photo from Pinterest
If you have some 2 1/2 inch strips or charm packs, you can make this cozy log cabin quilt block in no time. It's a great way to use up your jelly rolls and practice your quilting skills. This block is super easy and fun to make. You'll love how it looks in a traditional quilt. Just follow the link below for a step by step tutorial. Let's do this!

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Grand Adventure Quilt

Grand Adventure Quilt
The Photo by © WENDY WORLD

If you love bright and beautiful fabrics, you will enjoy making this Grand Adventures Quilt with Wildwood Way Digitally Printed Patty Cake by RJR. This fabric collection features stunning digital prints that capture the colors and details of nature. The Grand Adventures Quilt is a modern twist on the classic Delectable Mountains block, and it's easy to make with Jenny's tutorial. You can find the free PDF pattern and the video link below, along with the list of supplies you need. Have fun quilting!

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Camping Quilt Kids Pattern

Camping Quilt Kids Pattern
The Photo by © June Faccini

A camping quilt is a perfect way to decorate your baby's nursery with a sense of adventure and fun. You can use this free pattern from House of Spoon to make a colorful and charming quilt that features different camping scenes and motifs. 

To start, you'll need to gather some fabrics in various colors and prints. You can use leftover scraps or buy new fabric for this project. Then, follow the pattern directions to cut out and sew the quilt blocks.

You can download the pattern and motifs for free here

Woven Star Quilt Block Made Easy

Woven Star Quilt Block Made Easy
The Photo by © Susies Scraps
The Woven Star Quilt Block is a simple but elegant design that uses triangles to create a star pattern. You can make this block with four fabrics that contrast well with each other and the background fabric. The best part is that there are no bias edges on the outside of the block, so it is easy to sew and press. This block is perfect for beginners or anyone who wants to make a stunning quilt with minimal effort.

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Sliced Courthouse Steps Quilt Block Tutorial

Sliced Courthouse Steps Quilt Block Tutorial
The Photo by © Judy Allerheiligen

Learn how to create stunning quilt blocks with a simple slicing technique. In this tutorial, you will see how to cut two blocks of contrasting colors along the diagonal and swap the pieces to make two new blocks. You can arrange the blocks in various ways to create different quilt patterns. Follow the link below for the step-by-step instructions.

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Mistake Star Quilt Block

Mistake Star Quilt Block
The Photo by © TJ

TJ wrote: I call this block the Mistake Star, because I made a mistake in the original pattern and ended up with a different star than I planned! But Crystal and my niece liked the accidental version, so I decided to leave it as is instead of ripping it out and starting over.

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How to make a Blazing Arrows Quilt Block

 

How to make a Blazing Arrows Quilt Block
The Photo by © TeresaDownUnder

Learn how to make a Blazing Arrows quilt block with this easy tutorial by TeresaDownUnder. This block is a great way to practice different techniques, such as quarter square triangles, flying geese and half square triangles. You can find the free pattern and the step-by-step instructions at the link below.

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Charm Pack Crispies Free Quilt Pattern

Charm Pack Crispies Free Quilt Pattern
The Photo by © Fat Quarter Shop

Get ready to infuse some fresh style into your quilting projects! In the newest installment of the Shortcut Quilt Series, Kimberly demonstrates an innovative approach to transform a basic Broken Dishes quilt block into a stunning and distinctive creation. Introducing the Charm Pack Crispies Quilt, a simple yet remarkable technique to enhance the traditional Broken Dishes block. Whether you have a collection of Charm Packs waiting to be used or prefer to follow our design, this quilt is a must-try! Discover all the specifics by clicking on the link below.

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Cleopatra's Fan Quilt Pattern

Cleopatra's Fan Quilt Pattern
The Photo by © Augusta Auction

Download the Cleopatra's Fan Quilt, created by Ramona Rose for Robert Kaufman, featuring the stunning metallic fabric collection called Beau Monde. This captivating quilt pattern is currently available for free. Don't miss the opportunity to get your hands on it now!

Download Pattern: Cleopatra's Fan Quilt