Free Fat Quarter-Friendly Quilt Patterns
Fat quarters are fun to collect, but even more fun to use in quilts. Get free quilt patterns to put your fat quarter fabric to good use.
Cut rectangles from floral fat quarters and join them with solid watermelon pink strips to create pieced rows.
Go to Fat Quarter Twin Bed Quilt .
If you have fat quarters you can’t bear to cut into small pieces, combine them with larger pieces to cover purchased stretched artist’s canvases.
Go to Fabric Art Wall Hanging .
Use more than 30 fat quarters when you stitch this cozy throw and coordinating pillows.
Go to Country Windmills .
Embellish pieces of bright fat quarters with rickrack for a square patchwork pillow.
Go to Rickrack Pillow .
Gather a selection of spring-color fat quarters, make yo-yos, and secure them to foam eggs with buttons and bead-topped pins to create an easy holiday centerpiece.
Go to Yo-Yo Egg .
Make a springtime scene using fat quarters and fabric scraps. Create a wall hanging in no time using fusible appliqué to assemble the bird, tree, and pear motifs.
Go to Spring Bird Appliqué .
Whip up a reusable gift bag with just two fat quarters. Make bags for holidays, birthdays, or any time of year!
Go to Fabric Gift Bag .
Have large prints you don't want to cut into small pieces? Try this quilt, where bold botanical prints are perfectly showcased in 18 inch squares.
Go to Big Block Throw .
What looks like intricate curved piecing on this table runner isn't actually piecing. Rather curved appliqués lay atop an easy-to-make foundation block.
Go to Curved Appliqué Table Runner .
The versatile Four-Patch is a basic block for both new and experienced quilters. Gather a variety of batik fabrics and test the accuracy of your 1/4-inch seams on an easy table runner.
Go to Cool Four-Patch Runner .
This time-saving quilt involves just five rows of multicolored rectangles finished by long sashing strips and a border from a single novelty print.
Go to Simple Strips .
Large-scale prints in an old-world color scheme are a perfect fit for Snowball blocks.
Go to Old World Snowballs .
Rich black tone-on-tone background fabrics let lively Four-Patch units sparkle in this Amish-look quilt.
Go to Bright Four-Patch Throw .
Make a gardenlike quilt using Nine-Patch blocks and 9-1/2 inch floral setting squares. Use a variety of fat quarters for a scrappy look, or use fewer fabrics for a controlled look.
Go to Fat-Quarter Floral Throw .
Give this wall hanging a controlled scrappy look by using one background fabric for each vertical row of Flying Geese.
Go to Flying Geese Wall Hanging .
These easy-to-sew bags are great for using as a lunch sack or as a reusable gift bags.
Go to Lunch Sack Gift Bags .
Make a crib quilt that showcases fussy-cut novelty designs in carefully arranged setting blocks.
Go to Fussy-Cut Baby Quilt .
Use fat quarter pieces for the focus fabric in these supercute appliqué place mats.
Go to Funky Place Mats .