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Pleated Strips Beginner Quilt

Pleated Strips Beginner Quilt If you're new to quilting and are looking for an easy pattern to start with, look no further than the Pleated Strips Beginner Quilt. You can use a combination of fabrics or some leftover scraps and get to work on some very easy scrap strip quilts. This tutorial couldn't be better for beginner quilters, as it not only gives you a free scrappy quilt pattern, but also introduces you to pleating, which will help you start improving your technical skills.


Royal Star Quilt

Royal Star Quilt No quilt can quite match the sheer elegance and timeless beauty of the Royal Star Quilt. You'll want to use your best fabric such as fat quarter quilt patterns to make a big impact with star quilt block patterns that seem to just burst with color. You can use paper piecing patterns to make sure every piece of this star quilt pattern is perfect. It's impossible not to be mesmerized by the traditional sparkle this pattern possesses, and you'll be proud to put it anywhere in your home.


Step in Time Quilt

Step in Time Quilt Combine a collage of colors with an easy rail fence quilt pattern to create the Step in Time Quilt. What makes this pattern so valuable is its versatility. You can decide to make a charm pack quilt or use layer cakes, and simply by changing the measurements, you can start using this design as a sample for your newest free bed quilt patterns. From beginning to the last free motion quilting details, this tutorial makes sure that no matter what skill level you're at, you can make your very own rail fence quilt.


Oz's Log Cabin Quilt Pattern

Ozs Log Cabin Quilt Pattern Scrap quilt designs like Oz's Log Cabin Quilt Pattern are truly remarkable in their creativity. From afar, it looks like a series of log cabin quilting block designs, but if you look closer, you'll find variations of log cabin quilt patterns. Look through your scraps to find your your jelly roll quilt pattern with the most dynamic color to highlight the lattice-like pattern hidden within the cascade of log cabin quilt designs. It'll be an easy way to modernize one of the most classic quilt patterns there is.


Scrapalicious Improv Log Cabin Quilt

Scrapalicious Improv Log Cabin Quilt Some quilters like to plan out their color scheme before starting a quilt, but if you'd like to try a method like quilting as you go, try the Scrapalicious Improv Log Cabin Quilt. Your scrap drawer will be empty in a matter of days once you start piecing together log cabin quilt quilt block designs without any set design idea in mind. You'll be surprised at how unique your scrap quilt patterns can look when you improvise with your fabric scraps. This is a fun twist standard log cabin quilt patterns that doesn't stray from the design quilters love so much.


Giant Log Cabin Quilt

Giant Log Cabin Quilt Always a favorite amongst beginner quilters, this Giant Log Cabin Quilt is a great quilted sofa throw to add a little coziness to your room. Choose a lovely color palette from your scrap quilt patterns to make the traditional rectangular shapes of this easy log cabin quilt pattern. This tutorial does an excellent job of demonstrating the strip quilt piecing technique that is necessary to create the amazing spiraling square design. Log cabin quilt patterns are highly versatile and look especially great as the quilted throw for a cozy guest bedroom.


Rolling Rail Fence Quilt

Rolling Rail Fence Quilt Create a quilting classic with the eye-catching rail fence quilt pattern made even better by your favorite jelly roll quilt patterns and the Rolling Rail Fence Quilt tutorial. If it's your first time making a rail fence pattern, no need to worry! This tutorial comes with a full layout of the design that breaks down the intricate pattern into simple quilt blocks. Once you've completed your fantastic new jelly roll quilt pattern, you can spice it up with some free motion quilting patterns to create a more personalized look.


Adorable Applique Family Tree Quilt

Adorable Applique Family Tree Quilt Celebrate your family with the Adorable Applique Family Tree Quilt. If you're searching for memorable applique quilt patterns, then this quilt is definitely a keeper. This free project is so simple. All you need to do is trace the hand-prints of your family members, make some appliques, and stitch them onto a gorgeous quilt. Making a family tree quilt is a great way to remember all of your family members. Leave room on the quilt to add new family members, if you're expecting grandkids in the near future. Make this quilt pattern in fall tones for a very warm and cozy vibe.


How to Make a Jelly Roll Quilt: 9 Jelly Roll Quilt Patterns

How to Make a Jelly Roll Quilt 9 Jelly Roll Quilt Patterns Jelly rolls are a staple in the stash of any quilter worth his or her salt. They are perfect for days when you want to whip up a quick race quilt or do not have the time (or disposition!) to spend a lot of time cutting out strips.The patterns in How to Make a Jelly Roll Quilt 9 Jelly Roll Quilt Patterns are perfect for any number of projects, from baby quilts to home decor. You can make a quilt that will be warm and cozy, great for snuggling under while you watch TV on the couch, or a light but sturdy picnic blanket for the beautiful days of summer. Using jelly rolls is a great way to keep quilt construction straightforward and easy. So get those strips ready and let's make a beautiful quilt!


Rainbow Hearts Nine Patch Quilt

Rainbow Hearts Nine Patch Quilt Fall in love with our Rainbow Hearts Nine Patch Quilt. Easy quilt patterns like this are so amazing because they look more difficult to make than they actually are. Guests will marvel at your quilting expertise, when the project only involved simple patchwork and piecework.This tutorial is also a great scrapbuster, if you have different colored fabrics in your scrap drawer. Overall, this is a wonderful quilt for beginners because the square and triangular shapes are so easy to stitch together. Invest in a quilters ruler to save you precious time when cutting your perfectly square quilt blocks!


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