Skip to main content

Free Quilt Pattern Links

Looking for a new pattern to try, but not quite sure which pattern to buy?  I've compiled a list of places you can go to find FREE Quilt Patterns! These are links to reputable websites; magazines, designers, and fabric manufacturers.  I find these places to be very inspiring and I hope you find inspiration for your next project too!

Free Quilt Pattern Links:

1) Moda Bakeshop

2) Red Rooster Fabrics

3) American Patchwork and Quilting Magazine

4) Robert Kaufman Fabrics

5) Art Gallery Fabrics

6) Free Spirit Fabrics

7) Henry Glass and Co. Fabrics

8) Michael Miller Fabrics

9) Fabri-Quilt Inc.

10) Wilmington Prints

11) Timeless Treasures Fabrics

12) Windham Fabrics

13) Northcott Fabrics

14) Connecting Threads

15) Clothworks

16) McCalls Quilting

17) Fons and Porter

18) Andover Fabrics

19) Quilt In A Day

20) Hoffman Fabrics

21) Jinny Beyer

22) Quilters Newsletter

23) Riley Blake Designs

24) Blank Quilting

25) Quilt Woman

26) The Stitchin' Post

27) In The Beginning Fabrics

28) Simplicity

All links are "No Follow" links that will open in a new window.


Popular posts from this blog

New Free Quilt Pattern Links Page!

I set up a new page today with lots of links to great sites for FREE quilt patterns. I refer to these pages often, so having them in one convenient location is going to be great for me.But, I don’t want to hog the resources, so please feel free to bookmark my Free Quilt Pattern Links page for your convenience as well!

Fabric designers sometimes put out a free pattern offering to accompany a new fabric line.I find that these are the most inspirational for me.I get to swoon over the beautiful new fabric, see the fun way the designer wanted to showcase their fabric, and then get to imagine what I would do with it.All for FREE!There are so many free quilt patterns out there that you are sure to find something to inspire you!
So, please enjoy the new page, and find your quilty inspiration my friends!

Moda Chocolate Bars

I have been working on finishing some quilt tops that have been sitting folded up in my sewing room for far too long.  In the last couple weeks I was able to wrap up these two beautiful wall hangings that I made using Moda Chocolote Bars (2.5" x 5" rectangles).  I love precuts, and I had to try these delectable fabric bites!
I love this nontraditional setting of the half rectangles pieces.  Instead of setting them into diamonds, I set them into this fun kite formation. 
I quilted the hanging with a meander and added small floral details along the meandering path.
I love to see quilts outdoors! Fall is creeping into my backyard though!
I created a low volume pieced backing for this little hanging.

The second wall hanging measures about the same as the first, but keeps the Chocolate Bars whole.  I pieced them into a coin style quilt and used the simple bordering to set these beautiful fabrics off.

Once again I love to see a quilt in the outdoors!  I used both of these piec…

Runners Galore!

Last week I was so furiously sewing table runners that I never had time to blog about them!  I was bound and determined to start focusing on my fall inventory, so I pulled out the stash of charm packs that I had and got to work.  Here's a quick look at the seven sets of Autumn and Christmas themed runners I put together.  I didn't have enough batting on hand to finish them, but I'm just suprised that in two days I got all of these tops done!

Here is each set of tops:

When you stack all the runners together, it sure looks like a lot of work.  Which is good, because it was!  And I have to remind myself that they are done yet...

I think they all turned out very cute.  They should make some very nice items for my fall inventory.  Now, to buy the batting needed for all of these...