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FREE Patterns
Make as many of these 9" blocks as you like to fill your design space with waves of color!
Here's an adorable house block, Nolan's Neighborhood, that can be joined to make a colorful village as large as you like! It's Block #4 in the AQS Vintage Block series.
Our nostalgic block series continues with #3, Ellie’s Elephant! This block is a simplified version of an elephant block designed by Oppenheimer & Haas that appeared in Woman’s Home Companion in 1928. Our vintage block series features blocks that are AQS original designs inspired by nostalgic sources. Have fun with blanket and background fabric choices!...
AQS author Rami Kim’s exceptional talent blossoms with innovative designs. She is passionate about wearable quilted art and one-of-a-kind home décor. Three-dimensional textures and exciting colors blend with traditional sewing techniques, giving her work an exquisite edge!
Ahoy Matey! Enjoy making Miller’s Mariner, a nostalgic block design that reflects an age when sailing vessels roamed the Seven Seas, their sturdy sails billowing.
Inspired by the 1933 Aunt Martha pattern, this 9″ vintage airplane block shows off old-time charm with simplified piecing. Grab two fat quarters and take to the skies with this adorable vintage airplane block, Blane’s Plane. This is the first in a series of nine nostalgic block patterns! CLICK HERE for Blanes Plane Block Instructions.
Bonnie Browning shows how to make a decorative pillow to fit any pillow form with no zipper. What’s different? She has a secret corner technique to show you that will give professional-looking results every time!
Yo-Yo Pillow pattern by Catherine Redford Catherine Redford’s yo-yo pillow brings this traditional technique into the 21st century. Get your FREE pattern here.
Brenda Miller of Among Brenda’s Quilts and Bags is back with a detailed video tutorial. She’s making a zippered, pocketed, cross-body bag that you’ll love! Brenda shared Bag Making Tips recently on QuiltViews. (Did you know you can find almost all of the articles that appear in your OnPoint e-newsletter at QuiltViews.com?) With Brenda’s easy...
Imagine the color possibilities when you make this pillow designed by Sam Hunter of Hunter’s Design Studio! The flying geese are made using simple, three-dimensional prairie points of folded fabric that are inserted into seams. The pillow pattern includes simple paper-piecing techniques and easy precut instructions for minimum fabric waste. There are no tricky points...
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