Free Pattern–Seeing Green

Here’s a fun small quilt to start the New Year right! Bonnie Browning’s SEEING GREEN quilt uses yellow-green, blue, and blue-greens, three neighboring colors in the color wheel, to form the pattern’s contrast. Hang this 41″ x 41″ quilt on the wall, or adapt it for a baby quilt! Click HERE for the SEEING GREEN…

Outtakes

I’m not a huge fan of winter, but there is one thing I like when the weather turns nippy―I get to take my River Trees quilt out of the closet and enjoy it until spring. Even though it’s red and green, the quilt is not so Christmassy that I get tired of looking at it…

Roses Quilt Pattern – Free! – and Video by Cathy Wiggins

Cathy Wiggins, an award-winning quilter, author, and teacher, used her Fabric Paint by Number technique to create this Roses 44” x 44” quilt. Gorgeous shading is achieved with subtle fabric variations. Using fusible web and a fine-tip marker, you’ll simply “paint by number” with your fabrics using Cathy’s diagram. The technique is adaptable to many…