Cute quilts

Discover cute and cozy quilt designs that will add a touch of charm to any room. Browse our top ideas to find the perfect quilt for your home.
Patchwork, Couture, 6 Color Quilt Pattern, Beginning Quilt Patterns, Jelly Roll Patterns Free, 5” Square Quilt Patterns, 10 Inch Square Quilt Patterns Free, 5 Inch Square Quilt Patterns, Jelly Roll Quilt Patterns Free

Back in the fall of 2020 I saw the Birch Bella Lawn line come out and the second I saw it, I had to buy it! It is by Birch Fabrics and is organic lawn which is the softest fabric ever. Bella Lawn is silky and the drape is gorgeous and comes at 56" wide instead of the regular 42-44" wide quilting cotton. The main differ

Lizzy Benson
Baby Quilts Easy, Free Baby Quilt Patterns, Baby Quilt Patterns Easy, Girl Quilts Patterns, Boys Quilt Patterns, Baby Quilt Tutorials, Diy Project Ideas, Easy Designs, Quilt Sewing Patterns

Sew adorable baby quilts with this collection of over 200 free baby quilt patterns. Many designs simple and easy enough for a beginner to sew. And some with pdf instructions to download. Sew boy, girl, and gender neutral quilts; tradtional, modern quilts and more. Great diy baby gift idea.

Cheryl Misch
What is Joz making- November — Joz Makes Quilts Patchwork, Quilt With Striped Fabric, Sawtooth Star Quilt Pattern, Big Stitch Hand Quilting Patterns, Vintage Quilt Patterns, Sawtooth Star Quilt, Hand Quilting Technique, Double Irish Chain Quilt, Blue Quilt Patterns

I’m back to talk about what’s on my sewing table (and in my ears) this month- I love writing these little posts as they do help me stay accountable :-) What I’ve finished since my last update! I thought I had finished a lot this month but maybe not as much as I originally thought :-) First up,

Emily Mauldwin
Patchwork, Couture, How To Put Backing On A Quilt, Quilt As You Go Blocks, Sarah Payne, Missouri Quilt Tutorials, Quilting Methods, Missouri Quilt, Quilt Blocks Easy

Funnily enough I have had 3 requests for help with quilt-as-you-go techniques via email & twitter this week! So I thought I would do a quick post outlining two different methods. This enables you to quilt blocks as you go along, and then put them all together at the end. It avoids the need to cram great big quilts through your sewing machine! The method you choose can be determined by the result you want to achieve: do you want sashing as part of the design or not! Whichever method you…

Gwen Johnson