A Japanese-inspired assortment of fabrics complete with cherry blossoms and umbrellas combines for a beautiful quilt. This intermediate quilt pattern includes a helpful assembly diagram.
Get quilting with these 38 Free Quilt Patterns! You can make quilts for any holiday, baby quilts, and many other quilt designs with these quilt block patterns. If you're looking for traditional quilt blocks, we've got those too! With plenty of colors, styles, and patterns to select from, this collection of quilt patterns is a must-have for anyone who loves to create the comfortable and fun blankets. They also make great gift ideas for the holiday season and are a wonderful way to welcome a new baby or bride into the family!
This lovely quilt pattern is great for those who love to decorate for Christmas. Made using a simple block formation, this charming quilt is great for beginners and those who are interested in experimenting with quilting patterns.
Use fabric scraps to make a cute, quilted pouch for your cell phone. You can attach to the outside of your bag to show off your design and for quick access to your phone.
This Victorian House quilt is an easy no-sew project you can quilt in a day! Packed with charm and detail like lace curtains, wooden porch railings and more, you won't even be able to tell that this is a no-sew quilt that's fun to make!
Use two floral fabrics and coordinating solids in gold, green and red to create a quilt bursting with autumn colors. This autumn quilt pattern looks beautiful any time of year.
Follow this free quilt pattern to create a sweet, lap-sized quilt. The large snowball quilt blocks come together quickly.
Crayons are used to stain the fabric of a quilted wallhanging, accented with strips of fabric, free-motion embroidery and applique. Create a beautiful textile painting of your own.
This patchwork circle quilt is one of our favorite quilt patterns. It is a wickedly easy quilt pattern, but does require your time and dedication. Don't worry, the end result is worth it!
Create a beautiful 9-patch variation quilt with this tutorial from Benita Skinner of Victoriana Quilt Designs. This is a great quilt to use up a large variety of small scraps.