Lynn Roddy Brown started with a bag of Nine Patch quilt blocks that included traded blocks and blocks not used in another project to make this authentic scrap quilt. You can trade blocks or 2½”-wide strips for more variety. Size: 68½” × 85½”Blocks: 111 (6″) quilt blocks
Make this cheery wall hanging quilt pattern for your favorite gardener. It’s fun to make with a combination of piecing and machine appliqué. Finished Size: 47″ × 47″ Blocks: 13 (8″) pieced quilt blocks 8 (8″) Pennsylvania Tulip quilt blocks 4 (8″) Watering Can quilt blocks From our Quilt Shop: Get the Quilt Classroom DVD…
The fabrics used in Monique Dillard’s quilt depict the distinctive countryside charm found in the south of France. Make this stunning free flying geese quilt pattern like Monique’s or in a colorway of your choice. Flying geese quilts are popular with many quilters and we know that when looking at this sweet quilt, you will…
This modern-looking quilt is actually an antique from the International Quilt Study Center & Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska. It’s easy to assemble using paper foundation piecing. Imagine this quilt in your favorite color combination — wouldn’t it look great in red, white, and blue? Size: 73″ × 82″Blocks: 56 (9″) blocks Skill level: Intermediate.
Melanie Greseth and Joanie Holton designed this free queen-size quilt with Anna Griffin fabrics in mind. The barn raising set of the King’s Crown Quilt Units and triangle-squares creates a medallion effect. Size: 84″ × 84″
This innovative free quilt design by Elizabeth Allocco makes great use of preprinted squares and coordinating stripe and print quilt fabrics.
This postage-stamp style quilt is also sometimes called Trip Around the World. It was made by an unknown quilter in Pennsylvania in the early 1900s. To see this and other great antique quilts, visit the International Quilt Study Center & Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska or go to www.FonsandPorter.com/quiltmuseum. Size: 82½” × 82½”
This download is for the assembly instructions and the diagram to make the matching pillow shams for Caroline’s Chain quilt pattern. The Caroline’s Chain Quilt pattern can be found as a digital pattern or in the Love of Quilting January/February 2012 issue.
Gretchen Gibbons combined wool and cotton for this elegant wallhanging quilt pattern. Seed bead embellishments add sparkle and finesse. Size: 24″ × 24″ From our Quilt Shop: Get the Fons & Porter Hand Wool Appliqué Needles Size 2 (10 Ct)! Get 20 Batik Fat Quarters!
Janet Houts designed this dynamic free quilt pattern with a combination of two easy blocks set in rows. The African inspired border print ties them all together. Size: 66″ × 78″ Blocks: 35 (8″) blocks
The prints in this free wall hanging quilt were inspired by nineteenth-century salmon runs on the Columbia River in Oregon. The beautiful hand-painted artistry of the can labels is featured in the outer border print. Size: 38½” × 38½”
Christine Stainbrook has been designing and making quilts for more than twenty-five years and teaching classes for five years. She likes using traditional quilt block patterns, modifying them to show off today’s fabrics. The simple star quilt blocks featured in this beautiful throw are perfect for all whether you love modern or traditional looking quilts.…
Sharon Holland is a landscape design artist and a textile designer. Designing fabrics has enabled Sharon to combine patterns, & colors, and nature into vintage-inspired prints which have a fresh and modern look. You will love working on this free quilt pattern time and time again. Size: 52½” × 78½”
This throw is made of easy-to-piece hourglass quilt units with just a touch of machine appliqué. See Sew Easy: Quick Hourglass Units for a quick and easy method for making hourglass units from squares. This throw is perfect for addiing just a touch of class to any room in your home! Size: 51″ × 57″