Most Popular Free Quilt Patterns of November 2011


Most Popular Free Quilt Patterns of November 2011

Disappearing Nine Patch Mini Quilt Wall HangingFind your favorite quilt projects for the upcoming season in this collection of the Most Popular Free Quilt Patterns of November 2011. These top picks include free scrap quilt patterns, Christmas quilt decorations, a snowman quilt pattern, and snowflake quilt pattern.

In November issues of the Piecing It Together e-mail newsletter, we brought you tons of free quilt patterns to help you get ready for the coldest months and start stitching for the holiday season with free Christmas quilt patterns and quilts for winter. Between Christmas wall hangings, quilted slippers, and snowflake quilt blocks, you're sure to find every quilt pattern you need for the next couple of months in this collection of reader favorites.

For quilters who were already done with their holiday crafting, we featured several creative scrap quilt patterns to keep that mountainous stash from growing any higher. Of course, we also included a few projects for Thanksgiving as well, and readers singled out one table runner as their absolute favorite! Make sure to check it out below.

Most Popular Free Quilt Patterns of November 2011 Table of Contents

One Color Scrappy Baby QuiltFavorite Free Scrap Quilt Patterns

Scrap fabric projects are the best way to upcycle your leftovers from other quilt patterns. To make scrap quilts easier, cut scraps into usable sizes and shapes (like squares or half-square triangles) before storing them.

  1. Disappearing Nine Patch Mini Quilt - This wildly popular quilted wall hanging couldn't be easier to make!
  2. Hundred Patch Charm Quilt - The ultimate scrap quilt pattern for all of your tiniest scraps.
  3. One Color Scrappy Baby Quilt - Scrap quilts can be pretty if you choose fabrics in different shades of the same color.

Vintage Christmas Tree Wall HangingBest Christmas Quilt Decorations

Showcase your quilting to all your friends and family by displaying Christmas quilt decorations throughout the house during the holidays. The cutest Christmas decorations are homemade!

  1. Vintage Christmas Tree Wall Hanging - Bring some vintage charm to your Christmas with this old-fashioned wall hanging!
  2. Christmas Tree Sampler Quilt - Hang this whimsical applique quilt on the wall during the holiday season.
  3. I Believe in Santa Wall Hanging - Let the kids (and the grown-ups!) know that you're never too old to believe in Santa!

Snuggle Snowman QuiltTop Projects and Quilts for Winter

If you're looking for versatile quilt patterns, make one of these projects for winter. You can use winter quilts from November through February!

  1. Snuggle Snowman Quilt - Snowmen need quilts too!
  2. Selvage Snowflake Quilt Blocks - Use selvage scraps to make a snowy quilt.
  3. Quilted Christmas Booties - Keep your little piggies warm all winter long!

Bonus: Thanksgiving Pattern

Quick Patchwork Thanksgiving Table RunnerDon't forget to whip up a project for Thanksgiving! Turkey day may take a backseat to Christmas when it comes to crafting, but there's no reason you can't put together this Quick Patchwork Thanksgiving Table Runner before the big feast.



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