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"12 Awesome Free Quilt Patterns and Small Quilted Projects eBook"

12 Awesome Free Quilt Patterns and Small Quilted Projects eBook FaveQuilts has put together its very first free eBook of free quilt patterns! The 12 Awesome Free Quilt Patterns and Small Quilted Projects eBook has over 50 pages filled with applique quilt patterns, patchwork quilts, and small quilted projects.

 

Fabric Storage Bin

Fabric Storage Bin Fabric totes and baskets are great for storage! You can make a Fabric Storage Bin in any color or print you like. They have no sharp edges, so they are safe and practical for baby's rooms and children's rooms. This simple fabric basket will be done in no time. Pick up a few of your favorite fat quarter quilt patterns to make sure your quilted basket is especially decorative. Once you've finished this cloth basket pattern, you can use it around the house or in your quilting room for organizational purposes.

 

Jammin Jelly Roll Quilt Floor Cushion

Jammin Jelly Roll Quilt Floor Cushion The whole family is going to love this cushion pattern like no other. Choose your brightest jelly roll quilt pattern and strip it to begin working on the Jammin Jelly Roll Quilt Floor Cushion. Fill it with bean bags and be amazed at how quickly everyone gravitates towards this fun project. Jelly roll quilt ideas like this are rare, so if you're looking to broaden your skills, learning how to make a cushion is right up your alley. Quilting has never been so cool and functional.

 

Super Simple Fabric Catcher

Super Simple Fabric Catcher When you're hard at work on a quilt, you may find yourself surrounded by scraps and loose fabric. Don't get buried in a mess just make a Super Simple Fabric Catcher to keep on the end of your quilting station. Pick out some cute jelly roll quilt patterns and with the help of this quick tutorial, you'll have yourself a quilted basket that's good for storage, but also looks stylish. This is one of the best quilt basket patterns you'll find, as it has plenty of space and stays securely by your side the entire time you'll be quilting.

 

Lovely Lily Bowl and Plate

Lovely Lily Bowl and Plate Flower quilt patterns aren't the only way you can add one of nature's most beautiful treasures to your quilting. The Lovely Lily Bowl and Plate project is small, but sets a gentle, calm atmosphere with its beauty. Follow this tutorial to make a fabric flower bowl out of scrappy quilt pieces and hexagon quilt patterns. You're not going to find many other stash buster quilt projects like this, so make sure to add one to a table in your room as a beautiful accent during spring or summer.

 

Scrappy Rainbow Bath Towel

Scrappy Rainbow Bath Towel If you're at a loss as to how to brighten up your bathroom, spend a pleasant evening creating this Scrappy Rainbow Bath Towel! Perfect for small handmade quilt gifts, this scrap strip quilt uses up leftover pieces of fabric from other patchwork quilt projects. This innovative towel craft idea is just one fun example of applique quilt designs. The article includes a free quilt tutorial on what kind of colors to use, appropriate measurements for each of the strips, and helpful tips for creating this beautifully embellished home decor.

 

Round Bottom Quilted Bucket

Round Bottom Quilted Bucket Sometimes, a quilted basket for a table just isn't big enough. If you need something bigger to help you tackle clutter of any kind, make the Round Bottom Quilted Bucket. Not only is this cloth basket pattern designed to have plenty of space, but it's also meant to hold more than just fabric scraps. You can put it in a playroom, bedroom, or anywhere else that needs a little space. The whole family can appreciate the value of this quilt basket pattern, and making one will be much cheaper than buying one from the store.

 

Patchwork Fabric Basket

Patchwork Fabric Basket The Patchwork Fabric Basket is a great way to show off pretty fabrics and keep your home organized. Free patchwork projects like this one will keep you sewing and quilting, even when you can't finish a whole quilt.

 

Mini Bookshelf Quilt

Mini Bookshelf Quilt The Mini Bookshelf Quilt is an adorable pattern for all quilting bookworms! Small quilted projects can be used as quilt wall displays, gifts, or table toppers. You can be creative when making small quilts with novelty designs like this one! Hang this nearby your favorite reading corner and enjoy the professional look of your own wall quilts or use this as a decorative table topper. If you have any favorite books, try customizing each book to show off your love of literature.

 

Fun Quilted Chair Cushion

Fun Quilted Chair Cushion Using your cute yet fashionable fabric scraps, you can now make your very own round chair cushions. This is such a great first project for a beginner at quilting. This quilt pattern is super easy and fun, and you will get a great new home decoration!

 

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