Follow Us on Facebook

Get updates from FaveQuilts.com posted directly to your News Feed.

Free Offer
Patterns for Quilting: 8 Free Quilt Block Patterns to Make a Quilt for Your Home

See some of the most popular ways to make new quilt blocks using applique quilting designs, piecework, and quilt scraps.

Bonus: Get our newsletter & special offers for free. We will not share or sell your email address. View our Privacy Policy

Articles 31 - 40 of 342 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

Angel Christmas Tree Wall Hanging

Angel Christmas Tree Wall Hanging If you are in need of a decoration for your mantle, try your hand at sewing a Christmas tree quilt pattern. Brighten up your house with this Angel and Christmas Tree Wall Hanging. In this elegant wall quilt, angels peek around Christmas trees in the fabric panels. This Christmas quilt pattern has such a fun and a whimsical feel. We recommend making two wallhangings, one in red and one in green. The wallhangings will definitely bring out the Christmas spirit in your home. Plus, angels are good luck. Make some holiday bunting while you are at it. There are so many Christmas crafts to try out this year.

 

Apple Core Bats

Apple Core Bats Running out of time to get some Halloween decorations together? No problem. Just make some Apple Core Bats. Whether you have an AccuQuilt cutting die or not, you'll find putting together these clever Halloween quilt bats with fusible web interfacing to be a quick task. You'll create an enchanting applique quilt pattern that will look amazing on any Halloween quilt pattern. If you don't want to make a quilt, you can string together your bats to create Halloween bunting, which is an equally cute homemade Halloween decoration. Get creative with this classic quilt design to make holiday decorations that you'll treasure forever.

 

Applique Hearts Quilted Wall Display

Applique Hearts Quilted Wall Display The Applique Hearts Quilted Wall Display is one of our most versatile free wall quilt patterns. Make this quilt wall banner in fun colors to decorate a little girl's room or in classic red and pink to dress up the house for Valentine's Day.

 

Appliqued Scraps Quilted Floor Mat

Appliqued Scraps Quilted Floor Mat The Appliqued Scraps Quilted Floor Mat can be used as a doormat, a small decorative rug, or a kneeling mat for the garden. Two layers of batting and heavy home decorating fabrics make this floor mat sturdy and durable.

 

Arching Loop de Loops

Arching Loop de Loops For a fun and fanciful quilting design that will look right at home within the stitches of many quilt patterns, follow this tutorial about Arching Loop de Loops. They're eye catching without being too intricate, meaning that quilters of all skill levels can include free motion quilting on their next project with this series of quilting patterns. Machine quilting designs like this can be used on throws, kids quilts, and much more with their energetic, but elegant look.

 

Astor Manor Cushion

Astor Manor Cushion If you're a fan of vintage quilt patterns, you'll adore this cushion pattern design that can only be described as Victorian aristocratic. Learn how to make a cushion with pretty peal buttons and romantic rose designs when you check out this tutorial for the Astor Manor Cushion. Not only is sewing this cushion super easy, it can also be accomplished in less than a single evening. This free cushion pattern is perfect for adding a little antique-looking charm to your home, and is a superb way of making you feel fancy.

 

Auld English Mug Rug Tutorial Part 1: Paper Piecing

Auld English Mug Rug Tutorial Part 1 Paper Piecing Part 1 of this Auld English Mug Rug Tutorial will have you pulling out your Earl Grey tea with a British flourish. It is a mini DIY quilt made by piecing freezer paper, and it is perfect for tea time because it keeps your crumpet and biscuit crumbs off of the table. If your mug overflows, the mug rug will keep it from staining your polished surfaces. After all, you have better things to do than clean the house.

 

Auld English Mug Rug Tutorial Part 2: Foundation Piecing

Auld English Mug Rug Tutorial Part 2 Foundation Piecing Part 2 of this Auld English Mug Rug Tutorial will have you pulling out your Earl Grey tea with a British flourish. It is a mini DIY quilt made by piecing together the foundation of the spoon on your DIY quilt. The foundation is important because with it, you can be sure that your vintage mug rug will be accurate and even on all sides. If your mug overflows, the mug rug will keep it from staining your polished surfaces. After all, you have better things to do than clean the house.

 

Australian Holiday Pillow Design

Australian Holiday Pillow Design Capture the peaceful beauty of a tranquil peninsula right in your home with the Australian Holiday Pillow Design. These fun pillows to sew recreate the look of a rocky beach with creatively designed applique quilt designs and a refreshing series of fabrics. No matter what time of year it is, you can relax on sandy shores and rest your head on this artistic pillow design that looks just like something you'd find in a modern home decor store.

 

Autumn Applique Wall Hanging

Autumn Applique Wall Hanging This beautiful autumn quilted wall hanging pattern is the perfect project to welcome autumn in your home! The Autumn Applique Wall Hanging features applique pumpkins, oak and maple leaves, and acorns against a background of warm fall colors.

 

Articles 31 - 40 of 342 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

Newsletter Signup

Free Newsletter!

Subscribe to our free newsletter -- Piecing it Together -- for free quilt patterns, easy-to-follow technique tutorials, special offers and videos, quilting tips, fabric and shop info, and so much more!

Please Wait

Thanks for signing up

Sorry, we could not sign you up.

Something worth saving?

Register now for FREE to:

  • SAVE all your favorite patterns
  • ADD personal notes
  • QUICKLY reference your patterns

 

Connect with Us

Find us online

  • Facebook
  • Google Plus
  • Twitter
  • Pinterest
  • Twitter
  • Blog
  • Email
  • RSS

1

© Copyright 2014 Prime Publishing, LLC. All rights reserved.

www.favequilts.com