Don’t Miss Out On This FREE Valentine’s Day Quilt Pattern! (FREE Pattern)

Here is a wonderful free Valentine’s Day quilt pattern, complete with all four heart templates you will need, as well as TONS of diagrams showing you how to lay out the pieces for this lovely quilt, titled the “Love In Chains” quilt designed by Shelly Pagliai of Prairie Moon Quilts.

Imagine the many different fabric options for this one! This is truly one of the most beautiful Valentine’s Day Quilts we have ever seen, due in a large part to the simplicity and openness of the design!

Not only would this make a great Valentine’s Day throw and a wonderful way to celebrate the month of February, it would be a truly unforgettable wedding gift!

The finished quilt measures 54 x 64 inches.

Here is the pattern

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Beauteous “Blazing Star” Quilt Block!! (FREE Pattern)

This beautiful “Blazing Star” block truly is unsurpassed when you sew together a bunch of them!

Free templates are included that will allow you to choose either 6-inch, 10-inch, or 12-inch blocks!

Make sure when you print the templates that you have your printer settings set to 100%. Choosing “best fit” or “fit to page” will result in a template that is a different size.

There are an unending variety of colors that would really do this block some true justice, so please do give this one a try! You will be so glad you did!

Here is the pattern

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Superb Star-Crossed Quilt! (FREE Quilt Pattern)

Although there are suggested fabrics you can purchase to make this beautiful Star-Crossed quilt, there are a TON of other choices out there that would result in just as beautiful, if not more so, quilt!

For the majority of the needed fabrics, you will need 1/4 yard, although there is 1 piece of fabric that will need to be 1 yard, another of which you will need 5/8 yard, and 3-5/8 yards for the backing.

The finished quilt measures 56 inches x 65 inches when the 1/4-inch seam allowance is adhered to.

This pattern guides you through how to mark and cut individual pieces to create blocks. The blocks are then adjoined to each other to create the quilt.

Here is the pattern

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Dazzle Everyone With This Exquisite Quilt! (FREE Quilt Tutorial)

Here is a FREE quilt pattern you can create, titled the “Twirling Swirling Dance” quilt. The finished quilt measures 48 x 48 inches, and is sure to impress even the most seasoned quilt lover!

Although there are no quilting templates included in this tutorial, templates truly are not needed, as you simply cut strips of the recommended fabric in the width of fabric (WOF) indicated in the tutorial, then sew the strips together, cut them again as instructed in the quilt tutorial, and then arrange and sew them together as instructed in the tutorial.

This tutorial features very easy-to-understand diagrams that show you step by step how to place your strips, both before and after sewing them together. This really is a very quick and easy quilting tutorial, and you will be very surprised at how quick it comes together!

The finished quilt measures 48 inches x 48 inches.

Additionally, you don’t need a ton of fabric for this one. We have provided below a complete list of all fabric needed to create this stunning quilt. Of course, there are many, many different fabric options you could choose. We have listed below the ones used in the featured image here.

  • 3/4 yard cream colored fabric
  • 2-1/4 yards navy fabric
  • 3/4 yards fabric with print

Here is the pattern

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Captivating Economie Zoologie Quilt Uses A Ton of Scraps! (FREE Pattern)

We now introduce you to one of the most fascinating scrap buster quilting projects we have ever come across. This one’s titled the Economie Zoologie quilt pattern, designed by Ann Kelle of, and is offered as a free downloadable and printable quilting pattern that provides you with complete step-by-step instructions for putting together one of these incredible quilts.

If you, like most of us quilters, have a myriad of different scraps laying around that you believed would never have a use, this is probably the perfect project for you, not only to end up with an awesome quilt, but also to clear out some room for new scraps of future projects that you will surely end up with!

Here is the pattern

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Beautiful Paper-Pieced Butterfly Blocks!! (FREE Quilting Pattern)

Imagine a quilt made up of these three distinct, unique, and very beautiful butterfly charm blocks! Add some springtime to your winter with a gorgeous quilt constructed up of these!

Be warned, however, for those of you (and there are many of us) who prefer quilting projects that don’t require paper piecing, this is a paper-piecing quilting project.

The free pattern for this project includes printable appliques and step-by-step instructions for piecing the different components together.

Each block, when complete, measures 4.5 inches.

Although there is a myriad of different color options you could consider for this one, I definitely love the idea of throwing together a bunch of very brightly colored fabrics!

Here is the pattern

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Superb Shamrock Table Runner (FREE Quilting Pattern)!

Celebrate your next St. Patrick’s Day with one of these gorgeous quilted shamrock table runners! Even if you don’t normally decorate for this holiday, wouldn’t it be fun to start with one of these?

St. Patrick’s Day is still, at this time of year, a very vague and distant day in the future, although that means you will have tons of time to get one finished by then!

The finished table runner measures 15 inches x 49 inches.

For this table runner, you will need the following:

  • (108) 1½″ green print squares
  • (12) 2″ x 3½″ green print strips
  • (16) 2″ x 5″ green print strips
  • (4) 10½″ low volume/white print squares for the block backgrounds


  • 1-5/8 yards Kelly green print for the sashing, borders, binding, and backing
  • 18-inch x 52-inch batting

Other Materials

  • 1 yard, 12″-wide paper-backed fusible web
  • Heart-shaped leaf and stem template
  • Thread, 50 wt cotton—light gray or green for piecing; Kelly green for appliqué stitching and quilting; cream for quilting.
  • Needle and thread to secure the binding by hand.

There are a large number of pictures accompanying the individual directions for putting together this table runner, which significantly simplifies the whole process of this project. Give this one a try, and up the ante of your next St. Patrick’s Day!

Here is the pattern

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Baby Hearts Quilt! (FREE Quilting Pattern)

Gather together your favorite colors to make t his beautiful Baby Hearts quilt! This particular pattern is very well written, and there are TONS of pictures included in the directions, ensuring that this project will be a quick and easy one! Although the hearts for this one appear to be difficult to piece together, they truly are very simple!

This completed quilt measures 42 inches x 42 inches.

The fabrics you will need to sew this quilt include the following:

  • Fabric 1 – Neutral – less than 1/4 yd

  • Fabric 2 – Navy Blue (or other saturated color) – less than 1/4 yd

  • Fabric 3 – Navy Blue (or other saturated color) – less than 1/4 yd

  • Fabric 4 – Neutral – 1/4 yd

  • Fabric 5 – Neutral – 1/3 yd

  • Fabric 6 – Neutral – 1/3 yd

  • Fabric 7 – Neutral – 1/2 yd

  • Fabric 8 – Neutral – less than 1/4 yd

  • Fabric 9 – Neutral – less than 1/4 yd

This easy pattern will be well-worth the work, and I hope you will find the time to give it a try!

Here is the pattern

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Wondrous “Wandering Star” Quilt Block!! (FREE Pattern)

A variation of the Friendship Star Block, the FREE pattern for this Wandering Star block is a very quick and easy one!

If you are able to sew together a half-star triangle, you will easily be able to create these gorgeous quilt blocks in no time!

A finished square when cut and sewn to the pattern instructions measures 12 inches x 12 inches.

The needed fabric for one 12-inch square includes the following:

  • Light/White: Four squares that are 5 inches each
  • Medium 1/Green: One square that is 5.5 inches and one square that is 5 inches
  • Medium 2/Blue: Two squares that are 5 inches each
  • Dark/Black: One square that is 5.5 inches and one square that is 5 inches

The pattern for this block is very well written, and there are plenty of pictures that will guide you through the entire process. I truly hope you will give this one a try!

Here is the pattern

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Marvelous “Merry Go Round” Pot Holders!! (FREE Pattern)

Here is a free pattern for these adorable and useful “Merry Go Round” pot holders! Not only do they work great as pot holders, they also have a pocket on one side into which you can insert any small items you wish, if you are giving as a gift. Measuring spoons and other smaller kitchen cooking/baking utensils come to mind, although there are many other small items you could present them with also!

When the pocket is not being used to hold gift items, it also serves as extra protection from oven burns, as you can slip your hand into the pocket prior to pulling something out of the oven!

You will see when you get to the link destination below that there is the option of purchasing a pdf pattern of this pot holder, although if you keep scrolling down further, you will come across the free version also! Happy Sewing!

Here is the pattern

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