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  1. Fusible Applique Learn to use fusibles. Fusible webbing is a great product that helps you in applique patterns. Heat from your iron activates the glue-like fusible so that you can adhere two pieces of fabric together. Add fusible applique to your quilt making skills.
  2. Hand Applique Learn how to create beautiful hand applique for quilts. These free hand applique patterns will provide plenty of hand applique tips, techniques, and designs for original hand applique quilts.
  3. Machine Applique Improve your machine applique technique using our free machine applique patterns. Learn how to machine applique and add machine applique to your quilt projects with our free machine applique designs.
  4. Quilted Toys If you're looking for toys to sew for toddlers, try these free patterns for sewing stuffed toys. Handcrafted soft toys are safe, cuddly, and fun for babies and small children! Start one of these easy baby quilt patterns today!
  5. Quilts For Baby Make baby quilts using these easy baby quilt patterns. Unique baby quilts are a great way to welcome the new addition to the family. We have traditional baby quilts, baby boy quilts, and baby girl quilts.
  6. Nap Mats A pattern for a nap mat is a great kids quilt project. Quilt a nap mat for your favorite kid. These child nap mats are great for daycare, preschool, and even home! These free quilting patterns will teach you how to sew for kids!
  7. Full or Double Make full bed quilts for your full bed or double bed. A full-size quilt or double-bed quilt will allow you to customize your bedroom decor. Sew bed comforters and quilts using our free quilting patterns for full bed quilts.
  8. King and larger Make a luxury king size quilt for your bedroom. Use free quilting patterns to make quilts for king size beds as well as california king quilts and oversized king quilts. These free king size quilt patterns are beautiful for the master bed!
  9. Queen Make a queen size bed quilt for your budoir. Our free quilt patterns fit a queen bed so you can decorate your bedroom with handcrafted charm. These queen size quilted bed covers are sure to beautify any bedroom!
  10. Twin Twin size quilt patterns are great for kids beds and college bunks. Here you can find twin quilts and extra-long twin quilts. Make twin sized bed comforters and quilts using our free quilt patterns.
  11. Quilted Accessories Quilt accessories to wear. Make quilted accessories such as headbands, belts, jewelry, and more. These free quilt patterns also include women's and men's quilted slippers and quilted apron patterns.
  12. Quilted Clothing Make your own quilted or patchwork clothing! These free quilt patterns include women's cotton quilted jackets, ladies quilted vests, and other quilt patterns to sew for your wardrobe!
  13. String Quilt Patterns Find all the free string quilt patterns you need here! String quilting is a great way to use up fabric scraps, and scrap string quilts have a distinctive pattern that is loved by quilters everywhere!
  14. For the Kitchen Sewing for kitchen items is easy with our free quilting patterns. Check out our free quilted pot holder patterns and free tea cozy sewing patterns. Learn how to sew an oven mitt with our free quilt patterns!
  15. Quilted Pillows Making quilted pillows is easy and rewarding. Use our quilted pillow tutorials to make quilted toss pillows, learn how to sew pillow shams, and learn how to sew a cushion. We also have free patchwork pillow patterns.
  16. Table and Placemats Find free table topper quilt patterns like patchwork quilted runners, free quilted placemat patterns, mug rug patterns, quick coasters patterns, easy tablemat quilt patterns, and much more to make your dining room table look beautiful!
  17. Bed Quilts Make some Christmas bed quilt patterns. Get started on Christmas bed quilts today with our collection of free xmas quilt patterns. Try a Christmas tree quilt pattern or other free quilt patterns for the Christmas season.
  18. Other Decorations We have even more Christmas quilt decorations. If you're looking for Christmas quilt table runner patterns, Christmas quilt throws, Christmas nativity quilts, or quilted Christmas table toppers, you're in the right place!
  19. Quilted Ornaments Make some free quilted Christmas ornaments! We have plenty of quilt ornament patterns for your holiday celebration. Making quilted ornaments is the perfect Christmas season quilting project!
  20. Quilted Stockings Pieced Christmas stocking, appliqued Christmas stockings, or quilted Christmas stockings are great for hanging at the hearth and giving as gifts.
  21. Tree Skirt Learn how to make a Christmas tree skirt with our quilt tree skirt free patterns. These quilted tree skirt patterns include free Christmas tree skirt applique patterns and other free Christmas quilt patterns for tree skirts.
  22. Wallhangings Sew a Christmas wall hanging quilt panel for this holiday season. Try large Christmas tree wall hanging quilts for a festive spirit. Quilt wall banners for Christmas are also great. Check out all our free Christmas quilt patterns.
  23. Halloween Quilting Quilt Halloween panels for this spooky holiday! Make Halloween paperpiecing quilts, pumpkin quilt patterns, halloween applique patterns, and witch quilt patterns. Try these fun Halloween holiday quilting projects!
  24. Independence Day Whether you call it 4th of July or Independence Day, celebrate it with patriotic patch quilts. We have plenty of 4th of July quilts and red white and blue quilt patterns. Try quilted picnic blankets for watching fireworks!
  25. Quilt for Easter Quilt for Easter this year! We have some great Easter projects to sew and holiday quilting projects for Easter. Make bunny quilts and Easter quilts. You could even quilt an Easter basket!
  26. Thanksgiving Day Make a Thanksgiving quilt for your home. Our great thanksgiving projects for quilting will have you making turkey quilt patterns and plenty more holiday quilting projects. We have so many free quilt patterns for Thanksgiving!
  27. Valentines Make quilted valentine cards for your loved ones. These wonderful valentine quilt patterns are perfect for Valentine's Day. Our Valentine's Day appliques are adorable too! Show your love with these holiday quilting projects.
  28. Fall Quilts This autumn, fall in love with these lovely fall quilts. These orange, brown, and yellow seasonal quilt sets have the cutest leaf quilt patterns, country style quilts, autumn quilted wall hanging patterns, leaf appliques, and pumpkin quilt blocks.
  29. Spring Quilts Springtime quilts are a great way to celebrate the warm weather! We have lots of free quilt patterns featuring flower garden quilt patterns, animal quilt patterns, Easter quilt patterns, and other spring quilting designs to brighten up your home.
  30. Summer Quilts Making quilts with a summer theme is so fun and versatile! We have beach quilts, picnic blanket quilts, summer wallhanging quilt patterns, quilted beach bags, and other seasonal quilt sets to help you have fun in the sun.
  31. Winter Quilts Cozy winter quilts keep you warm during the coldest season! With snowman quilt patterns, snowflake quilt patterns, and beautiful blue and white quilt patterns, these easy quilts with a winter theme are great projects to work on a snowy day.
  32. Applique Basics Learn applique basics from our tutorials and videos. Get the best machine applique techniques and applique quilt techniques. You can also learn how to create an applique. Get the best hand applique tips from our quilting tutorials.
  33. Beginner Basics Learn the basics of quilting. We have super easy quilting tutorials. You can learn how to quilt a quilt, how to put together a quilt, and what basic supplies for quilting you should buy. Learn hand quilting basics and how to machine quilt.
  34. Binding Learn different binding methods. Our quilt binding tutorials will teach you straight-of-grain binding, bias binding, and French fold binding. Find out how to sew binding on a quilt. Get easy quilt binding instructions here!
  35. Borders Learn how to create easy quilt borders for your quilting patterns. We have plenty of quilt border ideas and simple quilt borders. Check out our quilting tutorials to find out how to add simple, attractive borders to your quilts.
  36. Labels, Sleeves, Etc. Learn to make labels, sleeves and more for your quilts. Personalized quilt labels are very important to tell the story of your quilt. If you're wondering how to hang a quilt, learn how to make a hanging sleeve for a quilt to display it.
  37. Organizing Organizing your quilting room is very important! Learn how to organize a sewing craft room. Organize your sewing supplies and figure out how to organize fabric scraps for quilting projects.
  38. Piecing Learn the basics of piecing. This section will show you how to paper piece quilts and make other pieced quilts. If you're looking for instructions on hand piecing a quilt, you can find them among our quilting tutorials here!
  39. Quilting by Hand Quilting by hand is an important skill to learn. Our quilting tutorials include instructions on how to hand quilt that will teach you the hand quilting basics. If you've been wondering how to quilt by hand, check out our tips!
  40. Quilting by Machine There's a lot to learn about quilting by machine. Whether you want to know how to machine quilt with a regular sewing machine or long-arm quilting machine, we have the basics of machine quilting in our quilting tutorials.
  41. Rotary Cutting Learn Rotary Cutting techniques. Most quilting involves cutting strips with rotary cutters. Learn how to cut quilt binding and other fabric pieces for your quilting projects. Also learn about rotary cutting mats or self healing mats.

Articles

  1. 18 First-Class Quilted Kitchen Decor Projects Nothing is better than coming home to a kitchen full of brightly-colored quilted decor. Create personalized and joyful accessories for your tables and counter-tops with the beautiful patterns in 18 First-Class Quilted Kitchen Decor Projects.
  2. 3D Pinwheel Potholders You'll be having much more fun in the kitchen with a pair of these 3D Pinwheel Potholders. Not only are you going to be creating an energetic set of quilted potholders, but also pinwheel quilt patterns with a slight variation.
  3. Basket Quilt Pot Holder Practice making basket quilt blocks with these Basket Quilt Pot Holders. This potholder pattern is especially easy if you have an AccuQuilt GO! Baby Fabric Cutter, but you can easily make the patchwork basket quilt block yourself as well.
  4. Breakfast-Print Oven Mitts This quilted potholder pattern looks so delicious, you might be distracted from what you're actually cooking! Learning how to make these Breakfast-Print Oven Mitts is super simple when you followed this detailed guide.
  5. Cherry Jelly Roll Placemats If you're a beginner quilter and are looking for free quilted placemat patterns to brighten up your kitchen, you're sure to love this tutorial for making these lovely Cherry Jelly Roll Placemats. With just 13 strips of jelly roll quilt pattern, you c
  6. Chic Coffee Press Cozy Never get burned by your steaming coffee press again once you've wrapped it in your own custom-made Chic Coffee Press Cozy. This handy kitchen craft make great small handmade quilt gifts for any coffee drinkers you know.
  7. Citrus Toaster Cover Sewing for kitchen appliances is a great way to camouflage clutter on your counters. With this Citrus Toaster Cover tutorial, learn now to make a toaster cover out of quilting fabric. Quilt a diamond pattern onto the fabric for sturdy toaster covers.
  8. Cobweb Hexie Potholders Have you ever tried making scrap strip quilts and patterns that aren't pieced together in lines? If you'd like to challenge yourself, try the Cobweb Hexie Potholders pattern.
  9. Crazy Quilt Pot Holders Free quilted pot holder patterns get a Victorian twist with a crazy quilt spiral of fabric scraps and signature crazy quilt embroidery. Make these Crazy Quilt Pot Holders with any combination of fabric scraps, and use insulated batting for safety.
  10. Disarmingly Charming Quilted Potholder The Disarmingly Charming Quilted Potholder is not just a quilted hot pad. The pocket sewn onto the back of this potholder allows you use it like an oven mitt. Try this simple and versatile pattern for sewing potholders with leftover quilting fabric s
  11. Doll House Quilted Pot Holders These adorable Doll House Quilted Pot Holders are almost too cute to use while cooking! You'll like them better than most free quilted pot holder patterns because the pieced doll houses with fussy cut embellishments give them a special touch!
  12. Easy Turn Pot Holders This great kitchen quilt idea lets you save money while quilting your very own adorable pot holder patterns. Learn how to make these Easy Turn Pot Holders by taking vibrantly colored scrap quilt patterns or left over individual quilt blocks and repur
  13. Fancy Teapot Cozy Get in the mood for cucumber sandwiches when you make this Fancy Teapot Cozy. For quilters just getting familiar with paper piecing, this guide offers two different templates for foundation paper piercing and freezer paper piecing.
  14. Favorite Quilted Oven Mitt We promise this tutorial for making an oven mitt will become one of your favorite free quilted pot holder patterns! The Favorite Quilted Oven Mitt is a simple pattern that you can make with any fabric you like.
  15. Heart Hot Pads Add a little love to a friend's kitchen decor by making these Heart Hot Pads in a single evening. Quilters can practice their skills on this piecework and reverse applique quilt pattern depicting a rosy-red heart in the middle of neutral-colored fab
  16. Hope Mug Rug Cozy When you or a friend are going through a difficult time, this free mug rug pattern is a great way to remember to have faith and hope for the future. Not only is the Hope Mug Rug Cozy an inspirational reminder to never give up, it is also a cute kitch
  17. How to Make a Quilted Mixer Cozy This adorable Kitchen Aid stand mixer cover is a pattern designed to fit an Artisan model, but the tutorial could easily be modified to make other large appliance covers. You'll wonder why you never learned How to Make a Quilted Mixer Cozy before!
  18. Little Cottage Mug Rug Make this fabulous Little Cottage Mug Rug as a cute little coaster while you sip hot green tea or coffee. The tiny quilted house design is an easy quilt for beginners to try their hand at stitching up their first mini quilt project.
  19. Never Enough Orange Hot Pad The Never Enough Orange Hot Pad is an easy, cheerful project you can make to spruce up your kitchen decor in just an hour. With this free quilted pot holder pattern, you'll piece together 4 different orange squares and quilt a simple diamond design.
  20. Pan Protector Hot Pads These versatile hot pads double as pan protectors and trivets if you make them with a a layer of insulated batting. Make a whole collection of these free quilted hot pad patterns in different sizes to use as dividers between stacked pans in cabinets.
  21. Patchwork Embellished Kitchen Towel If you're looking for a great way to go green by saving paper towels, you'll love this useful quilting tutorial on taking an old hand towel and making it into a spiffy Patchwork Embellished Kitchen Towel. This incredibly easy quilt pattern only requi
  22. Polka Dot Pocket Hot Pads The Polka Dot Hot Pads pattern is like a tutorial for how to sew an oven mitt and how to make quilted potholders all in one! These flat, rounded hot pads each have a pocket, so you can slip your hand inside and use it like an oven mitt!
  23. Round Scrappy Potholders If you've been wondering how to make quilted potholders instead of buying them from the store, try these Round Scrappy Potholders! Be sure you are familiar with piecing scraps together since the tutorial does not go into detail on that step.
  24. Scrapbusting Potholders Dump out that drawer full of scraps and find your most vibrant patterns in order to make some new Scrapbusting Potholders. Not only can you clean up your craft drawer, but also make a new scrappy quilt project that serves a purpose every day.
  25. Simple Tea Cozy Tutorial This Simple Tea Cozy Tutorial demonstrates how to create a tea cozy pattern to sew that will fit your teapot perfectly! These flower tea cosies are easy to make and brighten up your kitchen. They're also a great way to practice quilting!
  26. Stand Mixer Cover Want a cover to keep dust out of your mixing bowl? Make this Stand Mixer Cover with an adorable patchwork stripe for a touch of quilter's cuteness. Large appliance covers are great for hiding clutter on your kitchen counters!
  27. Starbright Quilted Potholder Learn how to make quilted potholders with the Starbright Quilted Potholder tutorial. This potholder features a wonky patchwork star pattern that's easy to piece and shows your love of quilting. This project is great for practicing piecework!
  28. String Pieced Hot Pads These stashbusting String Pieced Hot Pads will look just adorable in your kitchen if you use fabric scraps that coordinate with your decor. Sewing potholders is easy with this tutorial; just make sure to use plenty of batting or an insulated batting.
  29. Strip of Hexies Dish Towel It doesn't take much to cheer up a kitchen. Instead of spending money at a designer store, make your own colorful Strip of Hexies Dish Towel. English paper piecing patterns to make these new small quilt projects take no time at all.
  30. Sunbonnet Sue Dresden Dish Towel Sunbonnet Sue is one of the most popular quilt designs out there, and now you can bring that little cutie to your kitchen with the Sunbonnet Sue Dresden Dish Towel.
  31. Two Tone Hot Pads A quick way to get rid of your quilt scraps that's also very useful in your everyday life is this scrap quilting pattern for Two Tone Hot Pads. Create a unique blend of colors with easy scrap quilt designs.
  32. Vintage Embroidered Patchwork Cushion Pattern Use this Vintage Embroidered Patchwork Cushion Pattern to make charming quilted chair cushions for your home. The embroidery in alternating patches depicts kitchen items with a retro flair to give your patchwork cushion an old-fashioned feel.
  33. Waffle Dish Cloths Spice up your kitchen in a fun and inexpensive way by creating your own Waffle Dish Cloths. Bind a quilt of textured waffle cotton to fun jelly roll fabrics to create this easy and innovative small quilting project. Perfect for handmade gifts or for

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