Patterns for Small Quilts
Stitch up tiny quilts (less than 26" square) in a flash using these free patterns for small quilts.
Raid your stash to make a 22-inch-square table mat and matching mug mats. Add a personal touch by finishing the small tabletop projects with large, hand-quilted stitches.
Go to Scrappy Floral Appliqué Table Mat.
Use fat eighth pieces in traditional Pennsylvania German colors of chrome yellow, double pink, and overdyed green to create a miniature quilt.
Go to Rolling Stones.
Even though the finished three-color table topper is small-14 inches square-you can still include small and medium prints in order to play with scale.
Go to Little Sawtooth Stars.
To add to the intricate look of this pattern, create the illusion of pieced tiny squares by cutting rectangles lengthwise from striped fabric.
Go to Tiny Pieces Table Topper.
Use a charm pack (precut 5-inch squares) of reproduction prints to create a scrappy tabletop quilt.
Go to Scrappy Charm Squares.
Gather fat eighth and fat quarter fabric pieces to make small triangle-squares and pieced sashing rectangles that flow together almost like a watercolor painting.
Go to Tiny Triangles Table Topper.
Create a repeating diamond pattern by rotating triangle-squares of feed sack prints and a single solid blue fabric.
Go to 1930s Doll Quilt.
Combine a playful center print with fussy-cut Halloween border prints for a seasonal table topper!
Go to Halloween Table Mat.