This quick and easy quilt project creates an accent rug with strips of coordinating fabric. You will need 7 coordinating fabrics for this fun quilt project.
Make a single block mini-quilt or combine this flower quilt block with others for a larger quilt. Whether framed or unframed, this flower quilt block makes a beautiful statement.
Put a modern spin on the traditional log cabin block with this Pineapple Log Cabin Quilt Block. This version is free pieced with stitch and flip triangles to create the fun pattern. Make your next quilt stand out with this creative quilting tutorial.
Create a quilt block on the fly with this non-fabric quilt block designed by Lisa Fulmer. Lisa paints the quilt block on polyester interfacing layered with a square of lutradur.
A soft, touchable book is a great way to introduce young children to the joys of reading. Words are cleverly inked on flaps, which display additional hidden words underneath, encouraging the child to interact with the book.
This colorful quilt pattern features an attractive arrangement of fabric triangles. Diagrams help simplify this intermediate quilt pattern.
This 4th of July quilt is a great way to learn how to strip quilt. Combine five red, white, and blue fabrics into a patriotic quilt from Benita Skinner of Victoriana Quilt Designs, use 1930s fabrics, or use up scraps from your stash.
Use these photo quilt patterns and our simple video tutorial from Carolyn Wainscott to make your own photo quilts. These make great gifts and can be passed down through the generations.
The valor quilt from Pat Sloan is a patriotic pattern perfect for the 4th of July. Use these printable quilt patterns to make your own quilt with the words "freedom," "peace," "liberty," and "family" stitched on it.
This Blooming Spring Quilt is made with 10 different fabrics! It may seem daunting, but this beautiful modern quilt pattern comes alive when all the fabrics mingle together. Brighten up your home with this free quilt block pattern!