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

 

Festive Fabric Folding by Sewn Into the Fabric

Give the gift of jelly rolls this year! See these easy tutorials for folding 2-1/2″-wide fabrics strips into fun and festive shapes that are perfect for giving!

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Handmade Felt Gift Tags and Ornaments by Diary of a Quilter for Skip To My Lou

Work with cheap crafts felt to create beautiful and fun gift tags and ornaments! Embellish with a little stitching for an easy way to add a handmade touch to your presents!

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Trim-Tied Gift Bag from A Quilter’s Table

Choose a fat quarter of your fave holiday fabric and some cute trim. That’s seriously all you need to make this cute gift bag!

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Ruffly Trees from Bonnie at Riley Blake Designs

These simple trees are adorable for a centerpiece and so fun to make! It’s perfect for using leftover strips of Christmas fabric.

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Toasty Rice Hand Warmers with Lavender by V and Co.

They’re cute, they’re quick, and they’re perfect for cold winters! Make them as gifts for everyone on your list — or yourself!

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Christmas Tree Table Napkins by Candice Ayala of Regal Appeal for Michael Miller Fabrics

They’re DIY fabric napkins that are folded to look like Christmas trees (which is pretty much the cutest thing ever!). They’re perfect for hostess gifts or to set a festive table!

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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!

 

 

Peppermint Kisses and Solstice Dreams Quilt by The Tilted Quilt for Moda Bake Shop

It’s beautiful, it’s festive, and it’s the perfect way to use scraps of your holiday prints! Whether you sew it to curl up under or as a seasonal gift, this quilt will have you in the Christmas spirit.

Get the free pattern here.

Quilted Box Pouch Tutorial by Simple Simon and Company

This quilted zipper pouch is so easy to make! It’s the perfect size for traveling and it makes a great gift for anyone on your list.

Get the free pattern here.

 

Charmed to Meet You Scarf by Fleece Fun for Shannon Fabrics

Using Cuddle charm squares, this scarf is not only super soft and warm, but also really quick to make! It’s perfect for last minute gift ideas or to fend off winter weather!

Get the free pattern here.

 

DIY Holiday Ornaments by Jennifer Jangles

There’s nothing quite as special as handmade ornaments for your tree. And these are so cute! We love using leftover ribbons and embellishments to add a special touch to each ornament you hang on your tree!

Get the free pattern here.

 

Figgy Pudding Quilt by Vanessa Goertzen for Moda Bake Shop

The hardest part of this quilt is narrowing down your fabric choices to 10 fat quarters! This quilt is fresh, festive, and sure to be treasured.

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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!

 

 

 

Halloween Trick or Treat Bag Pattern from The Cottage Mama

Personalize cute (and super easy) treat bags for your kids. They’re perfect for holding candy, but also double as spooky decor through the season. We love the little embellishments!

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Diamonds Pillow from Malka Dubrawsky for Sew Mama Sew

Solids and geometric designs are an easy way to add a modern (and totally livable) accent to your home. It may look complicated, but the tutorial is so easy and might get you a little out of your comfort zone.

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Face Cloth Tutorial by Freckled Whimsy

We’ll never argue with an excuse to pamper ourselves! Not only are these face cloths so adorable, but they’re also the softest ever. Make multiples for easy gifts (or save them for yourself!).

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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!

 

 

 

Patchwork Pumpkin Pillow + Table Runner from Diary of a Quilter

Blogger Amy Smart gives great step-by-step pictures to make a simple pumpkin block. You can make it into a pillow like above, but she also gives instructions for a seasonal table runner. Plus, this scrappy look is a must for fall!

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Journal Cover for Composition Notebook from Snapdragon Studios for Dear Stella

We’re always looking for new ways to dress up our boring notebooks in our favorite fabric! It has an inside pocket for extra notes and an outside fabric pouch for your pen. It’s so cute and easy — and perfect for last-minute gifts.

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Spooky Witch Hazel Halloween Quilt by Jedi Craft Girl for Riley Blake Designs

This quilt is the perfect way to use your favorite Halloween fabric! It has a vintage look and combines a variety of materials — cotton, lace, and pom-pons — for a textural and bright wall hanging.

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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!

 

 

 

Sea Glass Table Runner by Karin Jordan for Sizzix

We love solids. And blues. And that interesting piecing. Basically, we love this quilt! Use your Sizzix die cutting machine or try some freeform cutting. This is the perfect end-of-summer project!

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Sliced Citrus Party Tags by Camelot Fabrics

These cute felt tags make us want to throw a citrus party right now! They’re so simple and will really add a special touch to drinks or gifts.

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Gemstone Paper Pieced Pillow by Jennifer Sampou

This pillow looks like beautiful stained glass! And it’s the perfect way to clean out some of your scraps.

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