9 Quilt As You Go Patterns + Giveaway!

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Learn how to quilt as you go! These beautiful quilt as you go patterns are popular for a reason! With the help of detailed step-by-step tutorials and a variety of patterns to choose from, these tutorials will charm you. Switch up your usual quilting style! These projects are great for the beginner and experienced quilter alike because they involve a different quilting technique that is easy to learn. Say hello to a gorgeous new project when you quilt as you go.

Small Quilt Projects

For a floral quilt as you go pattern that literally blossoms. . . .

Bloomin’ Quilt as You Go Block

Bloomin' Quilt as You Go Block

This pattern is just like the one your grandma used to make! Adorn a spring or summer table with floral blooms.

Grandmother’s Flower Garden Table Topper Pattern

Grandmother's Flower Garden Table Topper Pattern

For a rustic touch, try this log cabin block. Log cabin quilts are my personal favorites!

Quilt As You Go Log Cabin Block

Quilt As You Go Log Cabin Block

Speaking of rustic. . . .

Raggedy Quilt Table Runner

Raggedy Quilt Table Runner

These quilt as you go coasters are a great project for beginners! They’re so bright and cheery.

Scrappy Quilt As You Go Coasters

Scrappy Quilt As You Go Coasters

Big Quilt Projects

For a project that’s earthy and bright. . . .

A Magical Lands Strip Quilt

A Magical Lands Strip Quilt

This quilt as you go pattern is a personal favorite. I love the rag quilt look and this project is so easy to complete!

Fuss Free Rag Quilt

Fuss Free Rag Quilt

Create a harmony! This stunning project uses beautiful colors and a lovely pattern.

Playing the Scales Pattern

Playing the Scales Pattern

This is our top rag quilt pattern right now and it is so sweet! Perfect for picnics, this pattern is lovely for summer.

Quick and Cuddly Rag Quilt

Quick and Cuddly Rag Quilt

 

 

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Do you prefer traditional quilting (making the quilt top and then the quilt sandwich) or quilt as you go projects? Why?

 

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  1. Norma Weeks says

    Ive been following the traditional way of quilting, but am now more interested in perfecting the “quilt as you go” method since it is so much easier on my weakened arms from PostPolio Syndrome.

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