Once a month, we highlight our favorite free quilt and sewing patterns around the web!
Cider Row from Pat Sloan
Pat is on a mission to use her scraps! And this quilt is definitely the perfect pattern for that. Made of rows of 25-patch blocks, she pieces 2-1/2″ squares together and adds some creative cuts and rotations to get the interesting finished look. Sashing units and a white print background give some breathing room to the beautiful combination of prints and colors and really lets them shine!
Hexi Pouch by Lindsay Welkes from The Cottage Mama for Riley Blake Designs
We love hexagons and this little pouch not only is hexagon-shaped but also uses hexie fabric! The button embellishments add a whimsical touch. The best part? You can make it from three fat quarters, so it’s perfect for using those collections you just had to buy.
Playing the Scales from Happy Quilting
Melissa from Happy Quilting used Bijoux collection by Bari J for Art Gallery Fabrics to create a quilt that perfectly balances light and dark colors. She sewed 2-1/2″ wide strips together in rows of alternating prints to create jagged chevron look. Since this quilt uses chain piecing, you can get it down in no time!
Scrap Buster Fall Pillow from Cluck Cluck Sew
Allison from Cluck Cluck Sew used fall-motif scraps and colors in a cute pillow that will last the season. Adding fusible to each leaf shapes makes it easy to keep them in place while you sew. This pattern is perfect for cooler weather when you’re cuddled up inside watching a movie!