Choose your favorite scraps to piece and applique this cute wall hanging, then add lace window treatments, buttons for flowers, birds, pets, snowflakes and other personal touches. This e-pattern was originally published in the February 2012 issue of Quilter's World magazine.
Size: 38 1/2" x 38 1/4". Block Size: 9 1/2" x 7 3/4".
Simple classic designs remain favorites for years. Try popular three-dimensional folding techniques to make this pieced pineapple wall quilt. If you have a friend who recently moved into a new home this is the perfect project. Quilt Size: 14" x 24".
The center of each block in this wall quilt features a square of the same Native American theme fabric. The squares were not to intentionally feature a motif; but because of the overall nature of the printed pattern, some type of design appears in each center square. If the fabric you select has isolated motifs, you could cut them out individually. Quilt Size: 18 1/2" x 18 1/2".
The pieced Double Four-Patch inside a Sawtooth Star is a simple pattern made more charming by the star and cable quilting. The wall quilt and matching topper will add a homey touch to your kitchen or dining decor. This e-pattern was originally published in Easy Four-Patch Quilting.
Size: Wall Quilt: 30" x 30". Table Runner: 12" x 44". Block Size: 8" x 8".
Friendship quilts are wonderful reminders of special people and can be made for someone of any age. The quilt shown has children's signatures and will be a reminder of friends for many years in the future. Finished Quilt Size: 39" x 47 1/2". Block Size: 3" x 3" and 3" x 4 1/4".
Earthy, masculine colors are complemented by the large fabric-covered buttons on this generously proportioned pieced throw. This e-pattern was originally published in the December 2011 issue of Quilter's World magazine.
This little project is the perfect decoration for that small spot that isn't quite big enough for a wall hanging or large wreath. This e-pattern was originally published in Treasury of Christmas Quilting.
Made with reproduction prints and set on point, these Double Monkey Wrench blocks make a charming table topper or wall hanging that you can make in your spare time. This e-pattern was originally published in the Summer 2014 issue of Quilter's World magazine.
An easy wall quilt pattern featuring a white dove carrying an olive branch is a beautiful reminder to keep hope and faith in your heart. This free design is perfect for decorating for the Christmas holidays, or you can keep it up all year. It's sure to lift your spirits when you look at it.
Use applique in place of curved piecing to more easily construct this summer-hued quilt that's just the right size for either a generous wall hanging or throw. This e-pattern was originally published in the June 2011 issue of Quilter's World magazine.
Pull out your scrap basket for this cute wall hanging. It's a great project to experiment with foundation piecing and embellishing. This e-pattern was originally published in the June 2012 issue of Quilter's World magazine.
The patterns I most prefer are designs that lend themselves to using scrap fabrics. Mixing as many odds and ends of material as possible creates a wonderful end result that is good medicine for a quilter's soul. Wall Quilt Size: 41" x 41".
The distinctive arrow pattern in this pieced bed quilt is formed by the use of just one light-colored fabric throughout every block. This e-pattern was originally published in Easy Four-Patch Quilting.
Make a baby shower or a wedding reception really special with DIY decorations. Use this free beginner quilting pattern and a few coordinating fabric scraps to stitch a colorful banner. After the party, you could use this banner to decorate a nursery or a craft room!
A medallion wall quilt pairs a simple pieced block with plain fabric squares. Stitch this design in red and green prints for the Christmas season, or choose your own color scheme for a striking display any time of year. This e-pattern was originally published in Easy Four-Patch Quilting.
Inspire yourself daily. Stitch this free quilted wall hanging pattern and display it on your wall to remind you of your faith. This inspirational design would make a thoughtful gift for your clergy person, too.
This striking wall quilt and pillow set will add a pop of color to your home decor. Use strip piecing and one diamond template to stitch all nine quilting blocks. The Amish Log Cabin Pillow is perfect for tossing on a couch! Finished sizes: wall quilt : 39" x 39"; pillow : 18" x 18".
Sunbonnet Sue quilts were very popular in the 1930s. This old quilt is a perfect example of a typical quilt made using lots of different dress fabrics with coordinating hats and shoes. Quilt Size: 64" x 79".
Add a touch of country charm to your home decor with these beautiful projects created by combining gingham with decorator scrap fabrics. Finished Sizes: Finger Towel Size: 13" x 27"; Hot Pad Size: 8" x 8"; Wall Quilt Size: 27 1/2" x 27 1/2"; Tablecloth Size: 42" x 42".
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