Free Fat Quarter-Friendly Quilt Patterns
Fat quarters are fun to collect and even more fun to use! Browse our free quilt patterns for one that will make it easy for you to put your fat quarters to good use.
Rail Fence Ripple
Making strip sets saves time when a design requires several units of the same pieces.
Florals and solids combine for a stunning but easy-to-sew bed quilt. You can change the theme of the large rectangles-think plaids or reproduction prints-to customize for any room.
Bold and Beautiful Throw
Highly saturated hues contrast with black prints and white prints in a modern throw.
This century-old quilt is a scrap-lovers dream.
Colors shine in a lap quilt that has a black background.
Mini Barn Quilt
Use solid fabrics and vertical line quilting to add modern flair to a mini that mimics a barn quilt.
Deck the Wall Holiday Quilt
Use templates and holiday fabrics to make sharp points in a seasonal wall hanging.
Sunny All Around
A simple Pinwheel block is quite a star when it's surrounded by multiple borders-pieced and plain.
Red, White, and Blue Bricks
Make a quick-to-assemble patriotic picnic throw or cozy cottage twin-size bed quilt from your favorite scrappy assortment of red, white, and blue fat quarters.
A small throw can add a dash of color to a room that has a neutral color palette.
Blueberries and Cream
Alternate light and dark prints for a throw that takes it one step at a time.
Time-saving strip piecing and fat quarters makes it easy to complete a Four-Patch quilt.
Add fun and fuction to a stroller-size quilt by sewing ribbon and rickrack loops into the blocks.
Home for the Harvest
To get the scrappy look of this quilt in a speedy way, invite your friends over for a house-block quilting party.
Flying Geese Table Runner
Flying Geese point in all directions in this playful table runner.
Serve up a delightful asymmetrical quilt by wrapping a helping of Broken Dishes blocks with appliquéd and pieced borders on just two sides.
Ring Toss Quilt
Combine a variety of pastel fat quarters in Floating Star units to make a sweet lap-size quilt.
A range of blues and grays, gradating from light to dark, produce the look of waves on a stormy night. Pairing blue with gray instead of white puts a twist on the classic two-color combination.
On the Bow
Making Necktie blocks is much easier than you may think, especially with this fool-the-eye trick for easy piecing.
Summer Days Table Topper
Bright print squares alternate with Four-Patch blocks in a cheerful table runner.
Create subtle shifts in color with ombré fabric. The large pieces allow you to utilize the gradient effect and to see the shade changes in each fabric strip.
Build your color confidence by mixing fat quarters in a variety of hues. Include a few lighter and brighter fabrics to add sparkle and keeps the eye moving around the quilt.
Use the same cream print in alternating squares to balance a variety of florals and dark prints. While the finished wall hanging offers plenty to look at, it isn't overwhelming.
Broken Dishes Table Runner
For a traditional look, use only two prints for each Broken Dishes block.
Floral Wall Hanging
Simple squares and curved appliqués in bright fat-quarter prints pop off a coordinating solid to create a dynamic wall hanging.
Colorful batik lanterns shine bright against a dark blue batik sky in this beautiful wall hanging.
Simple Rectangles and Sashing
Make a scrappy yet orderly quilt using aqua, lime, and cocoa print fat quarters. Aqua tone-on-tone sashing and binding tie together the fabrics.
Use more than 30 fat quarters when you stitch this cozy throw and coordinating pillows.
This time-saving quilt involves just five rows of multicolored rectangles finished by long sashing strips and a border from a single novelty print.
Fat Quarter Twin Bed Quilt
Cut rectangles from floral fat quarters and join them with solid watermelon pink strips to create pieced rows.
Red-and-White Table Mat
Whip up a two-color table mat using six fat quarters.
Embellish pieces of bright fat quarters with rickrack for a square patchwork pillow.
Fresh Four-Patch Table Topper
Four-Patch blocks and setting squares team up for a fabulous square table topper.
Fabric Gift Bag
Whip up a reusable gift bag with just two fat quarters. Make bags for holidays, birthdays, or any time of year!
Building Blocks Throw
Use a restful aqua check to complement the strong contemporary colors-blue, green, and chocolate-in this easy quilted throw using fat quarter pieces.
Matching Scarf Set
Use fat quarters to make two matching scarves in stylish colors.
Pumpkins and Table Runner
Stitch a fall theme table runner and trio of stuffed pumpkins for easy fall decor.
Large-scale prints in an old-world color scheme are a perfect fit for Snowball blocks.
Cranberry reds, sage greens, and rose petal pinks combine with a range of neutrals to create an appealing pattern in this simple bed quilt.
Bright Four-Patch Throw
Rich black tone-on-tone background fabrics let lively Four-Patch units sparkle in this Amish-look quilt.
All it takes to make this fun and easy bag is two fat quarters for the body and two fat quarters for the lining.
Gnome Sweet Gnome
Use fat quarter fabrics to create a cheerful cheerful holiday wall hanging quilt with festive appliquéd blocks and a pieced border.
Strips and Stacks Quilt
Gather a stack of fat quarters. Piece quilt blocks and sashing to mimic books on shelves for your favorite bookworm.
Ribbon and Rickrack Baby Quilt
Add fun and function to a stroller-size quilt by sewing ribbon and rickrack loops into the blocks.
Lunch Sack Gift Bags
These easy-to-sew bags are great for using as a lunch sack or as a reusable gift bags.
Tiny Treat Totes
Stitch two fat quarter pieces into a quartet of mini totes. These wee gift bags have grosgrain ribbon handles.
Pinwheels Table Topper
Pieced and plain borders frame small and large Pinwheel blocks in a fat quarter-friendly quilted table topper.