Posts tagged: "free quilting patterns"

  1. Meet awesome authors (+ 18 free quilt patterns!)

    Posted by on May 13, 2014

    Who has free quilt patterns? (Well, we do.) But many of our authors do too! We’re always reading author blogs to see what they’re up to, and we’re wowed by the stories, tips, and free quilt patterns they share with their readers. So today, we’ve rounded up 18 free patterns from a group of exceptionally […]


  2. Free quilt pattern for batiks—and Jelly Rolls!

    Posted by on February 4, 2014

    Are you a quilter who loves batiks, buys batiks, and stashes batiks…and doesn’t know quite what to do with them? For many quilters, batiks are easy to acquire; the challenge is finding just the right quilt patterns for batiks. Today, batik lovers are in luck! Cheryl Brown, author of Quilt Batik!, has kindly allowed us […]


  3. Easy Jelly Roll quilt pattern—free today!

    Posted by on November 19, 2013

    Welcome to another edition of Freebie Day! Every quilter needs ideas for quick-to-make quilts, and today’s free Jelly Roll quilt pattern can be made to fit most any gift or decorating need. “Boxing Day,” from the popular book Rolling Along, comes from a very special designer—Martingale’s founder and former president (now retired), Nancy J. Martin. […]


  4. Halloween quilts: patterns free to download (if you dare)

    Posted by on September 5, 2013

    Did you hear that? It’s the sound of leaves rustling, wind whipping, doors creaking, footsteps pacing, cats yowling, ghosts howling, spirits screaming…naw! The leaves, the wind, and the occasional chill in the air simply means the countdown to Halloween is officially on. The whimsy of the coming season isn’t one itty-bitty bit scary…although it may […]


  5. A free Christmas pattern: quick embroidery (+ 5 quilts)

    Posted by on July 11, 2013

    Christmas in July week continues at Stitch This! In the tradition of the holiday to come (okay, not for five months—but it’s on its way!), we’d like to share a special gift with you. Free patterns for Christmas! First, our latest free Christmas pattern: If you’re on the hunt for a quick handmade gift that’s […]


  6. Free patchwork download from Kim Diehl

    Posted by on May 30, 2013

    Detail of “Buttercream Twist” (free quilt pattern download below) When Kim Diehl and Laurie Baker combined their talents to write Homestyle Quilts, their goal was simple…literally. They aimed to present you with simple patterns (13 + 2 bonus projects), simple techniques (like Kim’s invisible machine appliqué), and simple recipes to fix and forget (to leave […]


  7. Crushing on neutrals: free pillow pattern

    Posted by on May 2, 2013

    Neutral quilt patterns are all the rage—and it’s hard to argue with the trend. Neutral quilts have a way of exuding elegance and beauty no matter where you display them, adding a touch of sophistication to any space. Best of all? They coordinate with any space too. Traditional pomp, country flair, modern minimal, and more—toss […]


  8. To brighten your day: new freebies!

    Posted by on February 7, 2013

    Think flowers. Think pretty. Think pink. Think spring! Also think FREE. Why? Because it’s the latest launch of free quilt patterns today at Stitch This! • Cindy Lammon’s free table runner pattern (detail, left) features just a bit of patchwork and floral appliqué—a perfect weekend project that’ll infuse your table with springtime vibes. • Evelyn […]


  9. Gift ideas for quilters (+ Christmas block pattern)

    Posted by on December 3, 2012

    If you’re firming up a holiday gift list for your quilting friends, you may face a common question: What do you get for the quilter who has it all? Perhaps the friend you’re thinking of has enough fabric to make an Olympic-sized swimming pool cover. Maybe she has enough rulers, tools, and gadgets to build […]


  10. Quilt, sew, knit, and crochet for Sandy

    Posted by on November 10, 2012

    Images and stories from the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy—which caused severe damage in New Jersey and New York—continue to remind us that people will be left with challenges for many months, even years to come. Our hearts go out to the residents and volunteers on the East Coast who are picking up the pieces. Craft […]