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The Magnolia Blossoms Quilt Pattern takes an artistic approach using a simple strip pieced background. This is an easy quilt to put together with the applique design attached using a fusible applique technique. This is a great beginner pattern for someone who wants a simple but stunning quilt without all the hard work.
Make the back of your quilt as pretty and interesting as the front with easy ideas from this free mini-class by renowned quilter Elizabeth Hartman.
Finish your quilt with a flourish by creating a back that’s worthy of the front. Renowned modern quilter Elizabeth Hartman shows you a variety of easy ways to echo or complement your quilt’s design using large prints, strips, blocks or patchwork. Whatever your quilting style, you’re sure to find inspiration in this free mini-class.
The smiling faces on these snowmen will make the wintry days a little brighter and much more cheerful! The quick and easy patchwork design is great for using up scraps from your stash and making it truly one of a kind! Add fun embellishments to the finished runner to personalize and make it really festive!
Join Mickey Depre for a contemporary twist on English paper piecing. Learn to create a myriad of dimensional block designs from one simple hexagon.
Mickey Depre brings a new twist to a traditional technique in Pieced Hexies: Beyond English Paper Piecing. Learn how Mickey pieces small squares, which are then applied to a paper hexagon template. In addition to the blocks taught in class, you’ll receive three bonus designs (a $12 value) FREE: Mickey’s hexie design “Sparkle,” the exclusive “Craftsy Star,” and a brand-new quilt pattern called “Shimmer Star” that will incorporate your newly-acquired hexie skills! Creating pieced hexies is a mix of machine and hand sewing. Start them in your sewing room and bring them with you to the couch, vacation, or your long wait at the Department of Motor Vehicles. Arrange multiple hexies in a variety of ways to create stunning results with the same pieced hexie design.
Printing your photos onto fabric is a great way to personalize your sewing projects and this tutorial explains how to make super cute mini photo quilts that would be the perfect handmade gift for someone special. This free quilt pattern is brought to you by The Sometimes Crafter.
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Make a stunning yet simple quilt to display all day and night in your home. Hang it on your wall, use it as a lap quilt, or make it a little bit bigger and place it on your bed to add some sparkle and shine to your room’s decor.
Warm your home with the awe-inspiring radiance of a Lone Star quilt. Create a variety of spectacular Lone Stars as you tame inset seams and breeze through bias edges.
Instructor and pattern designer Courtenay Hughes will guide you through simple steps for fussy cutting diamonds, and creating a single-color Lone Star pillow top that makes a wonderful home decor piece or handmade gift. Once you’re comfortable with the basics, you’ll use strip sets to create a four-color Lone Star with amazing movement that lights up the room and shows off your skill. Next, learn to piece tiny points perfectly as you make baby Lone Stars that shine on accessories, decor and quilts. Plus, find out how to piece Lone Stars using a foundation, so there are no bias edges or individual diamonds to cut! Along the way, Courtenay will demystify inset seams, and show you how to select Lone Star and background fabrics for a glowing result.
This quilting pattern shows you how to make a 35″ x 35″ quilt using fabric charm packs. This is the perfect size for a new baby, or even for use as a table topper for your dining room. Finished size: 35″ x 35″. This free quilt pattern is brought to you by Fabric Mill.
This pretty and festive table runner is made using various scraps in holiday colors of your choosing. Make it really sparkle by adding some fun and shimmering rhinestones, ribbon or even a felt star for the top of each tree. You’ll be able to finish one so quickly, you’ll want to stitch up a multitude more for all your friends and family! Pattern includes full-size templates and step-by-step instructions. Finished size is 12 1/2″ x 53″.
Learn essential paper piecing skills to create intricate blocks with ease!
Don’t just admire complex quilts with sharp, perfect points — create your own! Find out how to do foundation paper piecing with seven free block patterns and step-by-step guidance from author Elizabeth Dackson. Create beautiful blocks as Elizabeth shares easy-to-follow techniques for planning your projects, cutting fabric and getting started with paper foundations. Discover how warm and cool colors help to accentuate precise piecing, and find out how to properly place your fabric before stitching. Elizabeth will demystify stitch length, irregular foundations, directional prints and pictorial blocks, sharing expert tips for impeccable results. You’ll be delighted how quickly you master the basics and breeze into stunning showpieces!
This is a very simple quilt pattern suitable for any level of sewing ability. It goes together quickly using strip piecing techniques which makes it a perfect beginner project. To make the design pop out, use your favorite colorful jelly roll fabrics against a white background. This free quilt pattern is brought to you by Samelia’s Mum.
Show your Yuletide joy on your holiday table!
Make this joyful yet simple table runner to decorate your table for all your holiday get-togethers. Featuring whimsical trees and a simple border, this is a quick-to-stitch project you can have finished in no time. It will make a great house warming gift as well! Finished runner size is 12″ x 43″ and pattern includes instructions to make 16″ x 12″ place mats.
Unlock the secrets to free-motion success and flawlessly stitch your quilts with confidence!
Add exquisite visual interest to your quilts as you uncover the elements behind your favorite free-motion quilting designs. Author Christina Cameli guides you step by step, from identifying the basic structure of seven sophisticated design families to recreating motifs that have always inspired you. From eye-catching pebbles and beads-on-a-string to gorgeous emerging and echo designs, you’ll discover how to sketch and stitch dozens of variations to suit your personal style. Easily navigate tricky corners and tight spaces with expert layout tips, and find out how to stitch your designs in a straight line every time. Practice easy traveling techniques as you stitch lovely branching motifs, and achieve captivating complexity with an array of inspiring ideas to adapt the main designs. Finish your quilts in stunning style with this must-have resource for free-motion quilting!
This free ebook includes six designs for handmade patchwork quilts using jelly rolls, strip piecing, recycled fabrics and men’s ties. Also included are techniques for reworking old quilts by painting them plus creative ways to use hexagon shapes. These patchwork quilts in no way resemble your grandmother’s patchwork quilts!
Learn quiltmaking basics in this free class, presented by Olfa. From tools and fabric to quilting and binding, find out how to create four easy quilts!
Whether you’re renewing your love of quilting, or making a quilt for the first time, shop owner and instructor Gail Kessler is here to guide you to success. In Gail’s class, you’ll receive four accessible quilt patterns, and learn all the skills you need to bring them to life! You’ll go step-by-step through how to choose fabrics and a quilt design, cut and piece precisely, and press for crisp results. Add sashing and borders, sandwich and baste your quilt, then finish with a label to tell the world what you’ve created. Gail’s enthusiasm and expertise make this class fun to watch and easy to follow.
A winter wall hanging that’s sure to delight!
Snowmen, mittens, buckets of snowballs, pine trees, a peeking penguin and more are featured in this delightful wall hanging filled with fun embellishments. Divided into 5 parts, this pattern is quick and easy to put together — just in time to celebrate the winter holidays! Finished size is 40″ x 40″.
Learn to easily enhance the texture and interest of any quilt through three fun projects. Create sweet fusible appliqués, darling dimensional embellishments and much more.
Discover dazzling, easy techniques that bring whimsical texture and eye-catching interest to your projects alongside designers Kim Christopherson and Kris Thurgood. Start with the perfect fall-themed project — a charming wall hanging featuring appliqué and chenille pumpkins, rickrack vines and a disappearing nine-patch border. Then, warm up winter as you make an adorable snowman quilt with yo-yo cheeks and a hand-embroidered smile. Capture the sweetness of spring in a quilt featuring soaring kite appliqués, a pinwheel background with perfect points, beautiful ruched flowers and bows with delightful dimension. Plus, get quilting hints for complementing your appliqués and embellishments. Add pop to your projects for any season or reason!
This striking black and white quilt is made entirely from half square triangles but don’t let that deter you! The tutorial shows you a fast and easy way to make a ton of half square triangles in no time at all. This free quilt pattern is brought to you by Carina Gardner.
Cellophane Flowers is an adorable quilt that is perfect for that little girl. This quilt is fun and fast to put together. The background is composed of stack and whack blocks sewn together using five different fabrics and the flowers are appliqued using a fusible applique method. Finished size 50 x 60 inch.
Learn five machine-quilting methods while tackling a common challenge: how to quilt large projects on your home sewing machine!
Finishing a bed-size quilt doesn’t have to be a king-size chore. Award-winning quilter Ann Petersen shows you five easy, large-scale quilting techniques. You’ll learn how to finish any quilt beautifully with the same sewing machine you’ve always used. Basic quilters will enjoy Ann’s helpful, easy-to-follow instructions, while more advanced quilters will pick up dozens of tips and tricks for whole-quilt finishing, splitting your block or batting, quilting blocks as-you-go or adding borders to a central medallion.
This is a fun and easy quilt to sew using the raw edge sewing technique. Scalloped fabric strips are overlapped and snipped to make ragged edges which means there are no curved pieces to sew! Finished size: 40″ x 28″. This free quilt pattern is brought to you by U Create Crafts.
Hang this finished design in your home and keep it in your heart. Featuring 2 cats snuggled under an umbrella with their tails intertwined, this wall hanging will make a perfect gift for any special person in your life, or give it as a heartfelt wedding gift. Pattern includes easy-to-follow instructions with helpful diagrams and full-size artwork. Finished size is 13″ x 17″.
This small seasonal fat quarter sized quilt is a perfect quick and easy sewing project. The little pumpkin looks perfect made up of patchwork hexagons which can be appliqued by hand or machine. This free quilt pattern is brought to you by Patchwork Posse.
Master your rotary cutter and rulers to create the projects you desire — faster than ever. Learn to cut all the units you need swiftly, accurately and safely.
Join pattern designer Debbie Caffrey to discover her efficient, expert cutting techniques for both beginner and experienced quilters. Set up an ergonomic workspace and position your hands correctly to keep your ruler in place and your fingers safe. Discover speedy tips for cutting strips, four-patches, diamonds and chevrons. Use quarter, half-square and Tri-Recs rulers to quickly create perfect half and quarter-square triangles, Flying Geese, trapezoids and more. Transform squares into Delectable Mountain and split nine-patch blocks. Create perfect half-square triangles with a bias-strip pieced method. Plus, get charts you can use to adapt these units to any size project. Learn clever cutting techniques for pre-cuts and yardage and finish your next, favorite quilt sooner.
A really fun project that is good for beginners and advanced quilters alike. Purchase all new fabric, use up scraps or combine them, either way, the result will be adorable! This design has a rag-edge applique technique for each rose. After washing and drying, the flowers will have a super soft edge around the petals. Finished size is approximately 57 x 57 inch.
Achieve beautiful results on three classic quilts. Learn Eleanor Burns’ signature quilting techniques and speedy GO! die-cutting tips to make your projects faster and more fun.
Turn inviting patterns into gorgeous projects with legendary quilter Eleanor Burns. Discover Eleanor’s traditional techniques as well as tips for using the AccuQuilt GO! Fabric Cutter to streamline your projects! Make the timeless Flower Basket wall hanging as you assembly-line sew your blocks, add setting triangles and complete your project with raw-edge machine-appliqué flowers. Bring the Garden Walk quilt to life with tips for chain-piecing efficiently, making perfectly flat four-patches and creating a flawless folded border. Breeze through the Geese in the Garden quilt as you easily create flying geese with perky peaks, lovely machine-appliqué flowers and meandering bias vines. Plus, apply bias binding to a striking scalloped border. Enjoy quickly creating elegant quilts with Eleanor Burns!
This quilt is easy to piece and goes together very quickly. This is a good beginner quilting project and is a great way to use up all those larger size fabric scraps you’ve been hoarding. Finished Size: 72-1/2″ x 62-1/2″. This free quilt pattern is brought to you by Art Gallery Fabrics.
Create a gorgeous applique quilt without touching a hand-sewing needle. Beth Ferrier shows how to achieve heirloom results with your sewing machine.
Learn time-saving techniques that help you avoid drawn-out hand applique processes without sacrificing quality stitching. Beth’s hand-applique tips help you at every step, from the initial creation and organization of templates to embellishing your quilt motifs with embroidery stitches. Efficiently cut and address the paper templates, glue-baste perfect circles and sharp points in deceptively simple techniques, then machine-stitch your motif to the background for heirloom-quality results. Put down those hand-sewing needles and pick up these machine-finishing quilt techniques today!
Create stunning, contemporary quilts from gorgeous precut fabric bundles, including Jelly Rolls, Layer Cakes and charm packs. If you’re looking for ideas on how to use your fabric stash, these modern quilt designs will inspire you to dig into your collection. Create beautiful full-size quilts, or make a bag or a pillow – you will have everything you need at your fingertips with this book!