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FREE Patterns
Ann Fahl said something great in “Yesterday and beyond,” her article in the April TQL. “And when choosing subjects for our quilts, the ideas we are passionate about are more likely to become successful pieces than subjects about which we are only lukewarm.” Isn’t that the truth! (Just look at the fabulous quilts by Suzanne...
With permission from artist Teresa Kogut, Pat Thompson enlarged Teresa's original watercolor painting and used it as a basis for this colorful small quilt that measures about 21" x 21".
Love Blooms is a free pattern designed by Joyce Stewart.  The quilt looks like it is intricate piecing, but it’s actually the appliqué method introduced by Joyce and Ann Seely in their book, I Can’t Believe It’s Not Piecing! Here’s your chance to try out their technique and to create a beautiful quilt that looks...
Join Allison Aller and make a memorable keepsake of your own or for someone you love.
Get a head start on Spring with this pretty Tulip Garden II quilt pattern designed by Hallie O’Kelley. Use Hallie’s screen printing technique for the tulips or use traditional appliqué. This pretty quilt is about 62 x 82 and will bring a touch of Spring to any room. The pattern is our gift to you!...
JoAnn Belling created a completely imaginary flower for this pattern called Dazzling Carsidium. This unusual flower has a dazzling beauty from spring until late fall, never losing its brilliance.
Susan K. Cleveland, award-winning quilter and quilt book author, has graciously provided American Quilter with the pattern and instructions for this cute wallhanging. Personalize it with your name, or make one for a grandchild or quilting friend. The pattern gives instructions for a name quilt, but the idea could also be used to showcase messages,...
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