Please note: When downloading and printing a PDF that has size-specific material such as templates, applique patterns, and quilting motifs, you must turn the scaling to "off" to prevent your system from defaulting to settings that may shrink the page and distort sizes. In the print dialog box, look for the drop-down menu next to "Page Scaling." You'll have a few options depending on the computer system you are using. Choose "None" before you hit print. And always make a test unit or block before cutting into expensive fabric.
This free table runner pattern from Pat Bravo is a great way to use up scraps. Select a color palette that suits your tastes and add the optional lattice for a fun finishing touch. Get the complete free table runner pattern to brighten up your winter months!
Free Quilt Pattern: Sorbet
Free Quilt Pattern: Spinning Monkey
Try this four-block wall hanging designed by former QN editor Patricia Heath. Choose a palette of creamy pastels for a springtime treat, or stitch a valentine in red, white, and pink. Monkey Wrench and Pinwheel blocks were the inspiration for this appealing 10˝ block design. Download and print the complete free quilt pattern.
Free Quilt Pattern: Scarecrow's Puzzle
This free fall quilt pattern was designed especially for QN readers by editor Angie Hodapp using the Awesome fabric collection by Sandy Gervais for Moda. A simple setting shows off a complex block–one that has lots of pieces and requires some experience. Download the free fall quilt pattern here!
Free Quilt Pattern: Poinsettia
A single, larger-than-life poinsettia makes a dramatic statement in this not-so-traditional Christmas wall hanging. Click for this beautiful free Christmas quilt pattern.
Free Quilt Pattern: Picture Perfect Poinsettias
Joli Hines Sayasane
Free Quilt Pattern: Soul
Kelly M. Smith
Simple shapes make stars shine in this wall quilt. This is a fast, easy-to-piece free quilt pattern. Make all the stars in one color for the ultimate in simplicity or use complementary colors for a stunning design. Click to download the free quilt pattern.
Free Quilt Pattern: A Gathering of Blossoms
Marinda Stewart of Round Rock, Texas, created a bouquet of garden flowers, featuring fabrics from Windham’s The Quilts of Gee’s Bend Solids collection. We show you step-by-step how to make the daffodils in the Easy Lesson in the Quilters Newsletter February/March 2012 issue. Get the free quilt pattern here.
Free Quilt Pattern: Hallowgraphix Jack
Ghosts and bats, owls and skeletons, black cats and haunted houses–all this and more surround this free Halloween quilt pattern created especially for QN readers by Jason Yenter to showcase his Hallowgraphix collection from In the Beginning Fabrics. His border print gives the look of a pieced border without any stitching. What could be easier? Get this free Halloween quilt pattern today!
Free Quilt Pattern: Picket Fences
John Adams a.k.a. Quilt Dad
Click here for a modern free quilt pattern, Picket Fences, designed and made by the Quilt Dad. Don’t miss out on this awesome free quilt pattern!
Free Quilt Pattern: Candy Striper
Anita Gross Solomon
Free Quilt Pattern: Bubblegum Crossing
Celebrate spring with this free pastel quilt pattern designed by Angie Hodapp. Click here to download this colorful free quilt pattern!
Free Quilt Pattern: Birds in a Row
We're going back in time with a strippy pink-and-brown free quilt pattern, colors reminiscent of the mid 1800s. Welcome spring as you make these easy-to-piece Birds in the Air blocks. Simply click to download this free quilt pattern!
Free Quilt Pattern: Chocolate Covered Cherries
Download and print the complete free quilt pattern for Chocolate Covered Cherries--designed and made especially for QN by Amanda Murphy.
Free Quilt Pattern: Manchester Heights
Clickhere to download the free quilt pattern, Manchester Heights. Don't miss this beautiful free quilt pattern!
Card Trick Tumble
Gayle P. Ropp
Gayle Ropp designed this free quilt pattern for a seminar with "fragmenting" as her theme. She used a traditional Card Trick block, but enlarged it to five times its typical size. Although the overal design looks complicated, construction is easy if you pay attention to the directions for each unit, focusing on placement of lights and darks. Click here for this unique free quilt pattern.
Free Quilt Pattern: Stars at Dusk
Kathryn Wagar Wright
QN Senior Designer Kathryn Wagar Wright used Marcia Derse's Nouveau Chic collection by Troy Fabrics to make this eye-catching free quilt pattern, Stars at Dusk. The center stars are foundation pieced for accuracy and you only need nine of the large blocks for a lap-sized quilt. Sponsered by Troy and Pfaff, all you have to do is click here for this beautiful free quilt pattern! Find more quilt patterns in Quilters Newsletter October/November 2012.