Learn how to quilt or strengthen your quilting skills with these free quilt patterns for all levels of quilters. All quilt patterns include a list of materials, fabric cutting instructions, block assembly directions, and quilt assembly instructions so you can step-by-step create a quilt your family will cherish for generations.
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Modern Pastel Crib Quilt
This beginner-level quilt pattern makes a crib quilt that is pretty to look at from both sides. One side features white and pastel-colored rectangles, while the back features colorful stripes. Easy straight-line quilting finishes it off. Consider picking out your own colors to match the nursery.
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By Popular Demand Quilt Pattern
This free quilt pattern makes a stunning quilt that's a breeze to put together. It's made out of 4.5" squares that are arranged by color to form an asymmetrical design that you won't be able to stop admiring. The construction is very easy and this tutorial explains sewing the blocks together so well that a complete beginner can handle this quilt.
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Herringbone Baby Quilt
This modern quilt pattern forms a trendy herringbone pattern. By using two solids for the herringbone pattern and a large colorful print for the back, this baby quilt would make a great gift for a new mom. It may look complicated, but the entire quilt is made out of HST's (half-square triangles) which are easy to make. It uses the 8 at a time method which makes it come together quickly.
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Peaches & Cream Quilt Tutorial
This free quilt pattern uses pre-cuts meaning that you are going to spend less time cutting your fabric and more time sewing. More than just a free pattern, this is a full tutorial that takes you through cutting and assembling the quilt top.Continue to 5 of 20 below.
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This stunning geometric quilt uses a traditional squash blossom block but blows it up so you're creating just one block. This pattern lends itself nicely to southwest colors and fabrics but you could totally change the look by choosing a different color palette.
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Swiss Cross Quilt Pattern
Plus and cross quilts have always been popular because it's so easy to change the color scheme to get either a modern or traditional look. I love how this one uses black and white with a pop of color for the backing.
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Gingham Baby Quilt Tutorial
You don't need to even know how to quilt to make this whole-cloth gingham quilt that's perfect for a little one. There's no piecing involved, gingham fabric is simply used as the quilt top and then your quilting lines follow the pattern of the squares. It's a really easy project that comes together quickly.
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Easy Patchwork Quilt
Make a statement with this modern patchwork quilt that is made up of just a handful of rectangles placed in different directions. The quilt is then hand-tied instead of quilted. This is a quick method that gives a beautiful handmade look.Continue to 9 of 20 below.
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Shine Quilt and Tutorial
A jelly roll and some yardage are used to make this geometric quilt that resembles stars. It's easy to assemble but since you're using such tiny pieces of fabric, this quilt is best for an advanced beginner or intermediate quilter.
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Playing the Scales
This fat-quarter friendly quilt pattern uses 10 high-volume and 10-low volume fat quarters to create this unique quilt. The fat quarters are cut into rectangles and then sewn together to create what resembles a bargello quilt but is much easier to put together.
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Loyal Heights Quilt
This free quilt pattern makes a bed quilt in your choice of two sizes, full or queen. This intermediate-level quilt uses flying geese units along with squares and rectangles to form these beautiful star blocks. You can download this pattern as a PDF file that includes materials, cutting instructions, block assembly directions, quilt assembly instructions, and tips on finishing your quilt.
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Preppy Quilt Pattern
With just 5 fat quarters and some yardage, you can create this 50" x 60" quilt that would look great in any room of your home. Instructions in the quilt pattern include how to cut the fat quarters so you have very little fabric waste.Continue to 13 of 20 below.
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Flower Market Quilt
Bright floral prints are used to create the pattern for this free flower market quilt. Squares and rectangles make up this quilt, making it an easy pattern that even a beginner can take on. This quilt has 14" blocks and finishes at a large throw size, 56" x 70".
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Log Cabin Stash Pattern
There are few quilt blocks more popular than a log cabin block. This free quilt pattern uses your high-volume and low-volume fabric scraps to create this beautiful modern take on the usually traditional log cabin block. This pattern has lots of flexibility because you can create however many blocks you'd like to get the finished quilt size you want.
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Simple Plus Quilt
Gray and white fabric put together in plus signs make up the quilt top while a large-scale bright floral print gives a nice contrast on the quilt back. This is a very easy quilt to sew and comes together very quickly.
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Charmed Quilt Pattern and Tutorial
Here's a free quilt pattern for a charm quilt, which is a great way to use up some of your scraps or open up one of those charm packs or mini charm packs that you've been holding onto. It may look like a complicated pattern but it's assembled in a very straightforward way making it a great choice for an advanced beginner.
Charmed Quilt Pattern and Tutorial from Live Love Sew Pattern Co.Continue to 17 of 20 below.
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Retro Plaid Quilt Pattern
Create your own custom plaid quilt with this free retro plaid quilt pattern. Four units of sewn together fabric strips form this quick quilt that when finished measures to be 55" x 61". Since this quilt works with a bias edge, this quilt should be tackled by a confident beginner to intermediate quilter.
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Lagoon HST Quilt
This unique quilt pattern uses half-square triangles and solid square to create this interesting design that looks anything but boring. The free pattern includes directions on how to make a baby quilt or lap quilt.
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Asymmetrical Wedding Quilt
Easy to sew half-square triangles make up the blocks in this free quilt pattern. By using two colors and placing the blocks strategically, it forms this asymmetrical pattern that adds so much interest to the final quilt.
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A rag quilt is a perfect quilting project for a beginner. Squares are sewed together with a simple "X" and then sewed together in rows and columns. Scissors are used to fray the seams and after it's washed, you get a warm and comfy quilt that everyone in the family will be fighting over using.