This quilt has been one of the most popular on my blog. Appliqued sock monkeys alternate with nine patch units for a quilt that goes together quickly so you can get it done in time for that special baby's arrival.
Use fusible applique to make the quilt go even faster. Click here for
Download the Block of the Month pattern that started it all. This free pattern is the for the first Quilt Addicts Anonymous Block of the Month. Click here for video tutorials, instructions and fabric requirements.
Wildflower Meadow is the perfect scrap busting pattern. Originally designed for a fabric exchange, this is a great way to use up your stash or a fat quarter bundle.
The pattern includes instructions on how to make flying geese units from squares, which means all those points will end up where they
You won't cut a single triangle to make this quilt. Included in the pattern are instructions with diagrams on how to make half-square triangles, quarter-square triangles, double pinwheels and flying geese units from squares. The construction method is very easy and accurate and you won't ever have to cut another
Two classic designs get an update in this quilt that is perfect for fall.
The pattern includes instructions on how to make half square triangles from squares, which means all those leave points will end up where they are supposed to. And the pattern teaches you how to cut on the
Combing two simple blocks, the nine patch and snowball, creates a pattern that looks more complicated than it is.
This quilt was made with a jellyroll and coordinating yardage. The design is great for featuring all the fabrics in a single line.
But you can also achieve a scrappy look in this
This pattern is super fast and simple. Using it, you can turn a layer cake and some yardage into a full-sized bed quilt in just five hours. The finished size of this quilt is 72.5 x 87 inches.
Click here to watch a video tutorial on how to make this quilt.
This free downloadable PDF is meant to be a companion sheet to the How to Make a T-shirt Quilt video tutorial series. Download it for a printable PDF of fabric requirements, written instructions and a guide for how many T-shirts and pieces of sashing you need to make your quilt
This pattern was originally created for a fabric exchange. The opportunity to participate in the exchange has passed, but now you can purchase the pattern individually.
You can create your own exchange with your quilting friends, or use the pattern to make a dent in your Christmas fabric scraps from all