Once a month, we highlight our favorite free quilt and sewing patterns around the web!
Britain’s Best Notebook Covers from Benartex
Made for Benartex by Svetlana from s.o.t.a.k handmade, this book cover features the cutest Britain-inspired fabric! The pattern only uses 2–1/2 yard pieces of fabric and some interfacing and instantly turns any book or notebook into something you love to display or something your kids won’t mind sticking in their backpacks!
Candy Toss Runner from GE Designs
Halloween is right around the corner! There are so many great novelty prints out that we’re begging to use in projects. This table runner from GE Designs features a bunch of coordinating prints AND highlights three adorable appliqued candy corn pieces in the center of the blocks. Our mouths are already drooling!
Black-and-White Pillow from Coats & Clark
Coats & Clark has discovered one of the easiest ways to do applique. Susan from Home Dec Gal demonstrates this in an easy tutorial for making a plain white pillow with an intricate black appliqued design. Instead of all the hard work of machine-stitching around the shapes, though, she uses the new product, phoomph, to permanently stick the applique on the pillow–no ironing required!
Jelly Roll Jam from Fat Quarter Shop
Who doesn’t have a bunch of jelly rolls in their stash? Now, there’s a perfect pattern for you to use them in! Fat Quarter Shop‘s quilt using 2-1/2″ strips is so easy to make and is so versatile. Plus, it only uses half a jelly roll, so you can make more than one project from your purchase! Get the free pattern, plus visit 17 other designers’ blogs to see their version of this quilt!