Bring the colors of autumn into your home with this cozy lap quilt. Although the quilt uses templates instead of rotary techniques, it goes together quickly because the blocks are large. The octagonal border adds interest to the overall design. Quilt Size: 47" x 47".
Lady bugs, butterflies and crickets -- oh my! Stitch these free quilting patterns for bags up for your favorite little ones, and include a notebook pencil and magnifying glass. They'll love recording their nature sightings with a notebook and pencil, and the magnifying glass will let them take a closer look! Bag Size: Approximately 8 1/2" x 8 1/2".
The funky little paper-pieced meandering Flying Geese block is fun to stitch and unequivocally individualizes this handy carrying case. This e-pattern was originally published in the February 2010 issue of Quilter's World.
Stitch this free quilting pattern to make an easy DIY gift bag for Christmas. It stitches up quickly and is perfect for holding small Christmas gifts. You'll use a novelty print as the basis for the design. Bag Size: 18" x 29 1/2".
This free quilting pattern for a gift bag is a great DIY gift for a child that loves to be creative. Fill the band on this easy-to-stitch quilted gift bag with crayons and add coloring books inside. They'll be entertained for hours -- and Mom will love that, too! Quilted bag size: 15" x 15".
Carry your stuff in quilted style. Download this free bag pattern and start stitching. Use four Windmill blocks and five Star blocks to create the front of this fun bag. Customize the colors to create a bag that's truly unique.
Dress up a plain metal message board with fat quarters! Use coordinating scraps to make the fabric flower in the center of the board. You'll love keeping your mementos and messages in one place when you stitch this pretty free quilting pattern!
Piece a bouquet of flowers in a dreamy pastel palette reminiscent of Monet. Simple embroidery stitches nicely detail this set of four summery pot holders. This e-pattern was originally published in 101 Fun-to-Quilt Pot Holders.
The pieced Double Four-Patch inside a Sawtooth Star is a simple pattern made more charming by the star and cable quilting. The wall quilt and matching topper will add a homey touch to your kitchen or dining decor. This e-pattern was originally published in Easy Four-Patch Quilting.
Size: Wall Quilt: 30" x 30". Table Runner: 12" x 44". Block Size: 8" x 8".
: Every artist should sign his or her work! Use these free quilting labels to put your name on your designs! These lovely designs and easy-to-use instructions will make labeling your quilts easy as can be.
These happy, pieced butterflies will delight you long after you're finished stitching this easy quilt. Colorful and joyfully designed, this free pattern will make you feel like you're sitting in a spring garden on even the coldest day.
This sewing bag has pockets to hold all the tools you will need to take your stitching projects to any class, appointment or somewhere just for fun. A matching pincushion pattern is included. This e-pattern was originally published in Redwork Winter Twitterings.
Stitch these lightly lined pocket-style and prairie-point-style coasters from coordinating fat quarters, then slip them on your stemware and pitcher, decanter or wine bottle. They'll pull double duty as attractive party accents and tabletop protectors. This e-pattern was originally published in 5-10-15+ Fat Quarters.
This free quilting pattern offers a simple, but sophisticated way to jazz up your dining room decor. Use 10 different dark and light solids to create a simple Log Cabin table runner that will never go out of style.
Use this free quilting pattern to stitch a cute bag for the kids to use when they're off to spend the night at Grandma's house. It's perfect for carrying clothing and toys. Plus, it's easy to stitch and makes up quickly!
Size: Large Tote: 18 1/2" x 20 1/2" x 2". Small Tote: 12" x 12".
It's difficult to juggle suitcases, coffee and your pillow while traveling. But it's easy to stow your pillow -- and some snacks or reading materials -- in this bag that you can toss over your shoulder. Stitch this free quilting pattern for a bag to keep your hands free, but your comfort close!
Learn how to make yo-yos "from scratch." Use this easy-to-download free quilting pattern. Or make them with a yo-yo maker, if that's what you would prefer. Use your fabric scraps to customize the colors and stich a brooch, a bracelet and a necklace.