If you're just learning how to quilt -- or looking for a way to use up your fabric scraps -- this free quilting pattern is for you. Because of its small size, you can use this quilt in a variety of ways. Try using these folksy stars as a quilted table topper. Or frame your quilted masterpiece for a unique piece of art. Any color combination you choose will look great.
Finished Quilt Size: 16" x 16". Block Size: 3" x 3".
Floral prints combined with pastels create a soft, summery wall quilt. This free wall quilt pattern would look great in a nursery -- or even a craft room. Finished Quilt Size: 37" x 37". Block Size: 9" x 9".
Create this beautiful 42 x 42-inch quilt using a new watercolor by number technique. It's easy to do, requiring only small amounts of seven fabrics. Suggestions for selecting fabric included. Square size is 3 x 3 inches.
What's the easiest way to brighten up a room? Stitch a free wall quilt pattern like this one! Featuring brightly colored fabric, three-dimensional flowers and butterflies, this design will make any room sparkle.
Mother Teresa's name evokes a spirit of sacrifice and kindness. Make this wall quilt as a tribute to her. Easily download this free quilting pattern, and make it for a friend or family member that's exceptionally kind.
Everyone needs a little love. Use this free quilting pattern to let the ones you love know that you care. This design is easy enough for a beginner to stitch, too! Finished Quilt Size: 18 1/2" x 12 1/2".
Start stitching this free wall quilt pattern today to bring the joy of gardening into your home, no matter what time of year it is. This would make a great gift for the gardener in your life! Quilt Size: 24" x 24".
Shades of pink and green fabric bring this waterlily to life. The detailed design of this foundation-pieced block gives the flower an especially realistic character. The block can be created once for a pillow or several times as part of a quilt or wall hanging.
The basic design of this appliqued and pieced wall quilt and pot holder makes it easy for you to add your special touches. This e-pattern was originally published in the June 2011 issue of Quilter's World magazine.
Size: Wall Hanging: 12" x 12". Pot Holder: 7" x 7".
This easy quilting design is a classic. Stitch this free pattern featuring rose and green berry prints to create a colorful wall quilt perfect for summer. Its happy colors and traditional design will add a nice touch to your home decor.
Take advantage of new cotton fabrics that have several patterns printed along their length. Although the look here is very coordinated, the hanging would look just as nice made with red and blue scraps. Quilt Size: 28" x 28".
Make a chic wall quilt to accent your home decor. Three pieced blocks combine to make a black tie and cummerbund mosaic in this free quilting pattern. The handmade, yet sophisticated wall quilt will look great in your home -- and it's easy to make!
Use a variation of the traditional Bow Tie pattern to create a wreath design for a pretty Christmas quilt to treasure for years to come. This e-pattern was originally published in Treasury of Christmas Quilting.
Quilt a springtime scene that will make you smile year-round. This free quilting pattern for a wall quilt features flowers and butterflies in a design that's reminiscent of a stained glass window. Combine piecing and applique techniques to complete this happy, handmade piece of art!
What little girl doesn't love butterflies? Stitch this free kids quilting pattern set in your child's favorite colors -- as a scrap quilt or in points as shown. Finished Quilt Size: 62" x 62". Block Size: 10" x 10".
Reproducing a copy of an antique quilt exactly isn't what I had in mind when I made my own Checkerboard quilt. The original quilt is a one-of-a-kind and should not be copied exactly. Quilt Size: Approximately 46" x 46".
The block unit used in this creative throw issimilar to a Courthouse Steps design in that the block begins in the center and rows are added around it. Precut 1 1/2" strips make piecing a joy! This e-pattern was originally published in Inspiration for Precuts.
Get into the spirit of the season with a Log Cabin Christmas quilt. This easy free quilting pattern is a classic that you'll enjoy for years. This would be a great DIY gift for a newly married couple. They'll treasure it season after season.
Scraps in a variety of rich colors and fabrics combine with an assortment of embroidery stitches to create an antique look in this wall quilt with matching pillow. This e-pattern was originally published in Quilting to Go.
Size: Wall Quilt: 24" x 24". Pillow: 18" x 18". Block Size: 10" x 10", 14" x 14", both finished.
Make this design in two sizes and clean out your stash at the same time. There's no need to measure until you're ready to square up your blocks. This e-pattern was originally published in the Winter 2013 issue of Quilter's World magazine.
Stretch the Starry Path and Eight-Pointed Star designs from squares to rectangles to create star blocks that seem to twist and turn across the quilt. This e-pattern was originally published in Twisted Classics.
Star blocks set on point alternate with plain squares that allow plenty of room for your favorite quilting designs. Quilted cables beautifully finish the borders. This e-pattern was originally published in Quilting to Go.
Faith, hope and joy are things that make life worth living. Remind yourself -- or a friend -- of that when you use this free quilting pattern to stitch a folksy wall quilt. Easy and quick to stitch, this quilt will look lovely in your home.
The 3-D effect of spinning pinwheels is created on this pieced throw by the clean contrast of rich hues against a white background. A colorful border of prairie points adds further interest. This e-pattern was originally published in Easy Four-Patch Quilting.