Quilting Patterns

Learn to Quilt! We offer a variety of fun, quick and easy quilting patterns for the beginner, such as log cabin quilt patterns and rag quilts.  We also offer some intricately pieced designs, including our lovely star quilt pattern and several wall hanging quilt patterns for the intermediate and advanced seamstress. Have fun shopping!


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1 Little Bag or PurseLittle Bag or PurseThis cute little 6" X 6" quilted tote bag has a pinwheel quilt pattern on the front and is an easy quilt pattern for a beginner. Girls like to use it as a purse or bag. Fully quilted and lined.
2 Southwestern BeautySouthwestern BeautyDirections are included in this wall hanging quilt pattern to either make it into a 24" x 24" wall hanging or a large throw pillow. It will look great in any western or country style themed room. 
3 Travel GamesTravel GamesThe easy sewing projects in this pack let you make up some great travel games. You might want to save the Bean Bag Toss game for when you reach your destination, but the Checkers and Tic-Tac-Toe are easily played in the back seat of the car. Let the kids keep their hands and minds occupied playing these games which will roll up and store in a carry case. It's also a great project for the kids to do themselves.

4 The Cross (Pattern Only)The Cross  (Pattern Only)Easy banner making pattern.  Using Quilt Fuse for perfect corners makes this cross church banner pattern easy to create. Brighter colors lead inward, accenting the cross. You'll find two options for quilting included in this simple banner pattern as well as directions to reduce or enlarge the banner size to fit your space requirements. A beginning quilting pattern, the finished measurements are 27" x 48".
5 Mary's StarMary's StarA very pretty and colorful star quilt pattern design pieced together in a beautiful kaleidescope of color. Measuring 36" x 36", it can be used as a table cloth, baby quilt or quilted wall hanging.

6 Arizona Beauty Quilt PatternArizona Beauty Quilt PatternA colorful southwest quilt pattern, this quilt can be made into three different sizes. Directions for each size are included along with bonus quilt patterns for a wall hanging, dresser cover, throw pillows and two pillowcases. This pattern set is for intermediate/advanced quilters.

7 High Country PinesHigh Country PinesThis scrappy quilt pattern consists of two different pine tree blocks for a delightful and easy quilting project. Simple piecing and rotary cutting makes this scrappy quilt stunning and uncomplicated. Finished size of this small forest of trees quilt design is 50.5" x 65.5".
8 Americana: One (Pattern Only)Americana: One (Pattern Only)Both of these wall hangings are included in this pattern. These simple quilts measure 16.5" by 13.5", and make great gifts for family and friends. They are fast, easy, and fun due to their "quilt as you go" construction and the use of fusible applique. They would make a great first beginning quilting pattern.
9 Slice of SummerSlice of SummerHave fun making these summer time Watermelon fabric items as you learn how to quilt. Utilizing applique, you'll quilt yourself a towel, placemats and a 12" pillow. The placemats and towel will add a cherrful touch to your kitchen or dining room.  Fun quilting projects.
10 Budding BeautyBudding BeautyTurn just six fabrics into a stunning quilted wall hanging or table topper. Measuring 35.5" square, this easy quilting pattern is created using just three different blocks: Log Cabin blocks, Courthouse Steps quilt pattern blocks, and Flower blocks. Simple, easy and fun to make!
11 Autumn Celebration Doll QuiltAutumn Celebration Doll QuiltMaking the doll size Log Cabin quilt will teach you the strip piecing method which is used to build the Log Cabin block. You will also learn how to chain your pieces together as you sew. When finished, the blocks can be laid in different directions for the look that you like the best. Quilt in straight lines and then sew the binding on. Finished size is 22" x 23".  Log Cabin blocks make into quick and easy quilts,  especially nice for beginners wanting to learn how to sew a quilt.
12 Denim Picnic Doll QuiltDenim Picnic Doll QuiltThis outdoor quilt might be the stepping block for your daughter to make a quilt for her own bed. It was made with lightweight denim and a red western print. It can be made all raggedy and an optional applique can be stitched in the center.  Learn the "Raggedy" easy quilts technique on a smaller scale before trying it out on a larger project. Finished size is 22 1/2" x 22 1/2".  This is a good quilt pattern for beginners.
13 Dolly's Bed QuiltDolly's Bed QuiltWhile the picture shows a color design for this patchwork quilt,you will have fun picking out coordinating fabrics and creating your own design.  Learn to sew easy quilts with quilters grid by simply cutting the blocks the correct size and placing them on the grid, then sew. Once the seams are sewn, turn it inside out and iron. Quilt using straight stitches. This is one of our easier patterns for doll quilts. Finished size is 18" x 24". 
14 Guest Room Doll QuiltGuest Room Doll QuiltLearn the basics of Heirloom sewing with this pretty heirloom project. It will give you a bit of a challenge, but will be worth it. The directions included will walk you through how to sew a quilt including the heirloom techniques and stitches.  A lovely quilt worth treasuring! A cute patterns for doll quilts.  Finished size is 22" x 22".
15 Snuggle QuiltSnuggle QuiltA snuggle quilt is the perfect quilt patterns for beginners. It is a quick to make design for making fast and easy quilts. A solid panel in the middle with a simple border makes this easy to stitch together with a polyester batting. Simply stitch all seams then turn inside out and whip-stitch the opening closed. Quilt in straight lines, tie and you're finished. A matching pillowcase can be sewn up for a set. Finished size is 18" x 25".

16 Pinwheel Doll QuiltPinwheel Doll QuiltMake this pinwheel doll quilt with bits and pieces left from previous sewing projects for an original look. Four pinwheel blocks are sewn together with border pieces. All quilting is done with the machine using a straight stitch and a bit of free hand quilting on the border. Simply sew on the binding, then whip stitch it to the back and you have a pretty and quilt measuring 14 1/2" x 14 1/2".

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Piecing Quilt Blocks

Quilting is a Precise Art Form
Quilting is a popular means of expressing creativity.  It requires precision in cutting and stitching in order for the finished product to lay flat and look professional.  Below are some basic guidelines for successfully sewing a flat quilt.
  • Learn to cut and measure with a rotary cutter, matt board and rulers.  These items assure more accuracy than scissors, and save you time.
  • 1/4 inch seam allowance.  Mark your machine, move your needle, purchase a new presser foot, do whatever you need to do to come up with an exact seam allowance.  Imperative for pattern pieces to fit together properly.
  • Do not backstitch, as this will create 'hard spots' in your seams, making it difficult to sew over.  To eliminate the ends of the seams loosening, I reduce my stitch length to 2.0. 
  • Press the entire seam allowance in one direction to add strength to the seam.  I always press toward the darker fabric to prevent the seam from showing through to the topside of the lighter fabric.
  • Trim off excess tail ends of seam allowances if you are sewing angles together, to eliminate bulk and make stitching easier.
  • Press as you sew;  Never sew or join another piece over an unpressed seam.
  •  "Square" you fabric as you go.  It is important to maintain the proper size and shape of each piece so everything will fit together properly in the  end.
Following these techniques will make learning how to sew a quilt a success!

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