Whip up a quilt in no time with these quick and easy quilts projects. These quilts are so easy, you might want to make one of each!
Here's a two-block treat that's great for beginners. A mix of squares and rectangles, this geometric beauty proves that sometimes simple is best.
Go to Paisley Squares & Bars.
This pint-size quilt is perfect for a baby quilt or for a toddler to cuddle up with on a spring day.
Go to Sweet Strips.
For a throw with maximum impact made in a minimum amount of time, try this quilt made of 8-1/2" squares.
Go to Big Block Style.
Delicious sherbert-tone batiks are the foundation in this quick-to-sew quilt. Surround a simple square with four mix-and-match rectangles and voila—one block is done.
Go to Splashes of Color.
We challenged new and experienced quilters to make the easiest quilt ever using 10” squares. See the variety of fabrics and find the optional size chart at the end of the slideshow.
Go to Sew Easy Quilts.
Utilize prints, panels and border prints in this quick-and-quilt. Use the large-scale prints to fill big areas, fussy-cutting the prints to highlight graphics images.
Go to Kids’ Strippy Quilt.
Have large prints you don't want to cut into smaller pieces? Try this quilt, where bold botanical prints are perfectly showcased in 18" squares.
Go to Big Block Throw.
Each block of this sizzling, south-of-the-border 54-1/2-square throw uses nine assorted stripe, plaid, and solid fabrics.
Go to Mango Tango.
Giant blocks, each created from just five large pieces, make this zesty quilt a snap to complete.
Go to High Light.
Alternating color placement of chocolate and vanilla-color block backgrounds creates Courthouse Steps blocks. Toss in some polka dot prints and you’ve got an easy, yummy throw.
Go to Chocolate & Jelly Beans.
This wall hanging showcases motifs from the 19th century in the fussy-cut block centers, while a large-scale center block is the focal point.
Go to Squared Up Wall Hanging.
Custom cover your comforter by turning a pieced quilt top into a “summer weight” quilt by finishing it as a duvet cover instead of layering it with batting.
Go to Big Block Duvet.
If a preprinted panel catches your eye at the fabric store, make it the focal point when creating this fun kid's quilt. You'll finish it in no time!
Go to Easy Panel Quilt.
Simple squares and rectangles combine with sashing to create a quick-to-finish springtime maze.
Go to Lemon Bars.