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We Heart It, It’s Free

Once a month, we highlight our favorite free quilt and sewing patterns around the web!



Circle Tree Quilt by Gayle Schliemann for Bernina

Combine a classic holiday shape with a modern design. Bright circles arranged in a Christmas tree shape pop off the white background in a quilt that will deck your hall (and wall)! Plus, the shapes are so simple, that it’s a perfect quilt to practice your machine applique on!

Click here to get the free pattern.




Napkin Rings by Doodle Do Designs for Ellison Lane

One way to take your holiday table from blah to fabulous is with some handmade napkin rings. They add color to your table, are a festive embellishment, and show your guests you went an extra step to host a great party! These napkin rings are durable AND washable. Plus, the  hook-and-eye closure allows them to have a reversible design, so you can use them for multiple occasions!

Click here to get the free pattern.




Easy Hexagon Pillow by Karen O’Connor of Red Rooster Quilts for Moda Bake Shop

Use favorite scraps of Christmas fabric to make a holiday pillow using this seasons’ hottest shape–the hexagon! A red rickrack ruffle around the pillow adds a whimsical touch. This is a great project to practice your ruler and piecing skills without a big investment in fabric.

Click here to get the free pattern.




Sewing Patterns Wreath from Dritz

Take handmade holiday to a new level with a wreath made from old sewing patterns! A simple foam base wrapped in burlap gets transformed with paper pattern flowers. Embellish with some leftover supplies like buttons and decorative-head pins for a great door decoration that shows off your love of sewing!

Click here to get the free pattern.

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2 Responses to “We Heart It, It’s Free”

  1. Thank you so much for featuring my napkin rings tutorial among all these beautiful projects! :)

  2. They were so adorable! We couldn’t resist featuring them. Can’t wait to see what other projects you’re working on. –Lindsay, Web Editor