FREE Patterns
Looking for a great gift for a special someone? Show off your creative talents by making this lovely book cover, sized to fit the AQS Quilt Art 2017 Engagement Calendar. Get the pattern here.
Christmas is a time for enchantment—twinkling decorations magically transport our imagination to a time of innocent anticipation. Bonnie has a lot of fun making these stockings for her twin granddaughters. Get the pattern here.
Here’s a delightful pattern from author and teacher Penny Harren.  Penny has designed a  table runner pattern that will be a beautiful  addition to any table setting. Pick out your favorite fabrics and colors and get started! Wouldn’t this make a nice gift for the upcoming Spring holidays? Click here to download your Free Eastern...
Here’s a FREE pattern from Deb Kimball author of International Sunbonnet Sue. This cute Sue looks like she is on the way to Paducah QuiltWeek™! Paducah Sue is a bonus pattern not included in Deb’s book. Click here to download your Paducah Sue Pattern.
Try your hand at thread painting with the beautiful first blooms of Spring.
Author and AQS QuiltWeek® teacher, Kathryn Schmidt, has a FREE quilt pattern for you this week. Kathy’s pattern is called “Disorderly Conduct” and can be made with just six fat quarters. You’ll have fun making this quilt using some of the concepts from her book Rule-Breaking Quilts. Click here to download your free pattern.
Heirloom sewing techniques and fabrics have much to offer every quilter! When combined with quilting cottons and simple piecing, the fine natural-fiber fabrics and intricate details translate into beautiful quilts. MISTY GARDEN and was designed by Susan Stewart. The quilt size when completed measures about 35″ x 35″. It features appliqué and reverse appliqué done with heirloom...
Pieced curves, like those found in the classic Drunkard’s Path pattern, add grace and fluidity to the top design of any quilt. But many quilters shy away from curved piecing because of the presumed level of difficulty and the additional cutting and sewing time. It’s true that Drunkard’s Path blocks will not go together as...
Picnic weather is here! This block pattern was originally featured in The Quilt Life magazine's June 2010 cook off. It's a fun interpretation of the classic Basket quilt pattern.
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