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From the Atrium - Big Block Quilts

From the Atrium Quilt

From the Atrium is made using awesome large prints with a two-color background to settle them down. This is a bright, yet calm quilt pattern. Block designs, like this big block quilt, make for perfect quick quilts! If you’re looking for free easy quilt block patterns, you’ve come to the right place. If you’d like…

Pirouette Quilt

Rich teal and orchid fabrics come together in this quilt with a decidedly vintage vibe. The two blocks-a star block and a simplified orange peel block-go together quickly. Finished Size: 62″ × 74″ Finished Blocks: 15 (12″) Star blocks, 15 (12″) Orange Peel blocks Rating: Challenging

Bright Heart Wedges Quilt

The fabrics in this colorful contemporary quilt were inspired by artist Amy Butler’s creative adventure to Oaxaca (wah-HAH-kah), Mexico. Amy’s bright heart collection includes 28 prints. This project is fat quarter friendly. Finished Size: 53″ × 77½” Rating: Easy    

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Whoo’s Ready for Summer? Quilt

This whimsical quilt is a hoot to make! The simple shapes are fused and machine appliquéd for quick and easy sewing. Whoo knew you could make such a cute coordinating pillow to go with your owl quilt? It’s fast and fun to make! Get the free quilt pattern for this fun kid or baby quilt pattern…

Deer In Wedgewood

This quilt is one in a series based on English Wedgewood Jasperware, a distinctive pottery that features white decoration on a blue background. Its maker, Bertha Meckstroth (1875-1960), has been named one of the twentieth century’s most unique quiltmakers and designers. The original was made in Glencoe, Illinois, around 1932. Finished Size: 67½” × 67½” Finished Blocks:…

Illusions Quilt

Illusions features black-and-white star blocks and a just touch of teal. Finished Size: 48″ × 60″ Finished Blocks: 20 (12″) blocks Rating: Intermediate Get the Illusions quilt pattern in the Love of Quilting May/June 2014 issue!

After the Storm Quilt

There’s a rainbow of colors shining through the gray blocks in this stunning quilt. And no need to white knuckle this one—Designer Susan Emerson makes this complex quilt simple by cleverly arranging squares and rectangles. Finished Size: 60″ × 72″ Finished Block Units: 120 (6″) block units Rating: Intermediate From our Quilt Shop: Get the Gray Fat…

Broken Star

This International Quilt Study Center & Museum antique features six-pointed stars on the border and as a large central star. This quilt was made circa 1930-1950 by an unknown quilter. Finished Size: 72½” × 87″ Rating: Challenging Bonus: Download free assembly instructions and diagrams for this quilt.  

Sleepover Backpack

Sleepover Backpack

Big enough to hold essentials, this small project is easy to wear at any age, with its adjustable drawstrings. It features stitched rickrack across rectangle floral and polka-dotted panels. Great for toting your quilting supplies around town or to use as a book bag for school. Finished Size: 15″ × 14″  |  Rating: Intermediate  |  Designed by…

Blue Willow

Janice Averill wanted to create the impression of a tiled surface and used the Delft tile print in a panel as her jumping off point. This block and quilt design are the result of some successful playtime. Finished Size: 62″ × 86″ Finished Blocks: 8 (16″) blocks Rating: Intermediate