Free Quilt Patterns

Here at the shop I am always designing something new to use the cool fabrics we have in stock. I hope you enjoy using these patterns for your next project!

I designed Around the Block to use up some of my cherished Alexander Henry fabrics that were in my stash. One piece in particular is this tea party fabric that I purchased about 5 years ago with the hope of having a daughter someday. I know Izzy & Jack will love having tea parties, and we’ll use this quilt as our tablecloth or picnic blanket.

Around The Block Quilt

Click on the link below to view and print the pattern:

around the block pattern

Let’s Sew!! I love it when I can put together a quilt top in an afternoon! My trick~ using pre-cut charm squares in half of the quilt and keeping the rest of the design very simple. The only cutting you need to do is for the rectangles and they’re big besides! So, head to your stash (or your favorite quilt store) and find some charm packs that you have laying around. Then, add 3/4 of a yard of two other fabrics and get ready to sew!!

Sweet & Simple Charm Quilt

In my quilt I featured the new Moda Fabric line Chrysalis. Then, for a funky twist I decided to put a Robert Kaufman fabric on the back! I love it- totally unexpected. PS. the binding will be added as soon as I post this pattern. I just couldn’t wait to share it with all of you!

Click on the link below to view the pattern:

sweet and simple charm quilt pattern

One of my favorite things about this quilt was that I used up a ton of my stashed 2 1/2″ strips to complete it. I also love the muted color palate.

This pattern is also a great for using up charm squares and jelly roll strips.

Click on the link below to download the Strips & Squares Quilt Pattern:

strips & squares quilt pattern



Side-Stepped is a fun and easy pattern that I designed to use up my scraps- enjoy!

Click here to download the pattern:

Side-Stepped Pattern

X Marks The Spot Quilt

This fun quilt is great for using up your scraps. Click on the link below to view the pattern.

x marks the spot

13 thoughts on “Free Quilt Patterns

  1. I made two of the X marks the spot for charity quilts for a local children’s mental hospital. Each child gets to keep their quilt since it is a residential program. One was jungle and one was what I called Costa Rico because it is jungle, beach and frogs in really bright colors. I love them and share your website with others. Thanks.

  2. This is great for you to do this, as this year I can’t be at the School House Days. So I came here to see what was going on and found you. Thanks so Much!! V

    • Hi Dolores, you should be able to click on the link next to each tablerunner to print the pattern. Which one are you trying to get?

  3. I attended your presentation at Cottonwood Quilt Guild in Elkhorn, NE today. I was impressed with your presentation and your original quilt patterns. I look forward to making some of them.

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