Free Patterns

The following e-patterns are offered free and are for personal, non-commercial use only.

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I designed this simple, patriotic quilt to be donated to our local Quilts of Valor group.  The finished size is approximately 64" x 79".  The quilt interior comprised of 6-inch (finished) blocks arranged in a 9 x 11 layout.  Instructions are given for construction of the three types of blocks - Half-square triangles, Quarter-square triangles and the Star points.  

This pattern is offered for personal or charitable use only.        



A quilted Valentine table mat with appliqued hearts.  Approximately 27"x27" finished size.



This Quilted Gift Bag is easy, fat quarter friendly, and timeless.  You can make these bags for all gift-giving occasions during the year......from Valentine's Day, Birthdays, Anniversaries, through the Christmas season.  Stuffed with sewing or knitting supplies they are perfect for your crafty friends, too.   I have included directions on making a matching gift tag.  



I really enjoyed making this smaller quilt for my favorite kitty.  I blogged about it here.  This is a great scrap busting quilt.  The finished size is approximately 33-1/2" square.  The interior of the quilt consists of four scrappy blocks joined with a skinny black sashing and the border is also pieced from scraps. 


GRANNIE'S SCRAPS quilt pattern

Here's one of my latest scrap busting quilts.  This quilt top measures 58" x 67-1/2" so it would considered a throw or lap size.   I used over 300 2-1/2" squares of various scrap fabrics.  The Granny Square blocks (aka Arbor Window) are arranged in a 4 x 5 layout.  There are three borders, one of which is comprised of pieced square-in-a-square blocks also using scrap fabrics.  

Happy Quilting,


  1. That is such a cute kitty quilt. My kitties (2) would each love one of those. Then maybe I could keep then off of my current project! ha . I'd love to see how you did it. I've done a lot of string scrap quilts, and would like to make a different pattern to use up some of my roomful of scraps. Thanks for sharing.

  2. This is one of the best QOV patterns I have seen in a long time!!! I sew exclusively for QoV, but I do mostly scrap quilts. Once in a while I break out and do a `real'pattern! Thank you.


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