Easy as 1-2-3: 250+ ePatterns for $1.23 each!

There’s something so satisfying about easy quilt patterns. You have your fun, and then you’re done! So today, we’re making EASY our theme:

This week only, choose from 250+ digital quilt patterns that will be easy on your time and your budget. Pick up as many ePatterns as you like for only $1.23 each!

What’s also easy? No coupon codes and no shipping costs. Click on a link, drop your favorite ePatterns into your cart, and proceed to checkout (at just $1.23 a pop, you can pile ’em up). Download ePatterns instantly and start a project minutes from now.

Stock up on ePatterns in every category below—think decorating, holidays, housewarmings, birthdays, picnics, and more. And “just because.” After all, they’re easy as 1-2-3!

Sale ends August 3 at midnight.

Fruit Basket quiltMatilija Poppies quiltGriddle Cakes quilt
Fruit Basket,” “Matilija Poppies,” “Griddle Cakes

Browse 150+ quick-and-easy ePatterns

Flying Shuttles quiltChristmas Goose quiltVintage Cherries quilt
Flying Shuttles,” “Christmas Goose,” “Vintage Cherries

Stash too fat? Stock up on 20+ fat-quarter friendly ePatterns

Bali Sea Star quiltSlushie quiltCircles and Chains quilt
Bali Sea Star,” “Slushie,” “Circles and Chains

Unroll and you’re ready to sew: browse 50+ Jelly Roll ePatterns

Ladybugs! quiltBeginner's Luck quiltNickel Bricks quilt
Ladybugs!,” “Beginner’s Luck,” “Nickel Bricks

Stitch up those squares! See 16 charm-square ePatterns

Dripping Diamonds quiltSunny Days quiltFarmer's Favorite quilt
Dripping Diamonds,” “Sunny Days,” “Farmer’s Favorite

Strip, strip, hooray! Browse 75+ strip-piecing ePatterns

Little Dominoes quiltBinky Squares quilt Framed Square quilt
Little Dominoes,” “Binky Squares,” “Framed Square

Small size, quick to quilt: see 60 ePatterns for little ones

Mocha Stars quiltSerendipity Sampler quiltOld-Fashioned Hospitality quilt
Mocha Stars,” Serendipity Sampler,” “Old-Fashioned Hospitality

Invisible machine appliqué: learn how with Kim Diehl ePatterns

Pastel Pinwheels quiltAmericana Nine Patch quiltJapanese Circles quilt
Pastel Pinwheels,” “Americana Nine Patch,” “Japanese Circles

Fun to start, quick to finish: browse 17 small-quilt ePatterns

Rings and Things quiltCharming Garden quiltVintage Bow Ties quilt
Rings and Things,” “Charming Garden,” “Vintage Bow Ties

It doesn’t get easier than this! Browse ePatterns for beginners


What makes quilting easy for you: size, speed, or simply finding the time? Tell us in the comments!


11 Comments (leave a comment)

  • Small projects are quicker, not always easier. I am doing a table cover wich takes a lot of time as it is octagon shaped and the pieces are small. A larger project like a quilt can go quicker as the pieces can be larger

    —Nance W on July 28, 2014
  • Organization makes quilting easier for me. As I make a project, left-over pieces get cut down into smaller sizes for future scrappy quilts. There is always a bin with 1-1/2 inch squares sitting next to my sewing machine, which become the leaders & enders on whatever project is on the table.

    —Ann Barlament on July 28, 2014
  • simply finding the time to do it.

    —becky on July 28, 2014
  • me Gusta mucho esta revista me interesa saber como adquirirlas

    Translation: I like much this magazine I want to know how to get them

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    —carolina on July 28, 2014
  • So many patterns…so little time!

    —Linda Boudreaux, retired educ. paraprofessional on July 28, 2014
  • Finding the time is the easiest. I try to sew each day and constantly have 2-4 or more projects going at once. Therefore, I have something ready to sew at my machine when I have a few minutes or as an enticer to sit down and sew all evening. It’s amazing how quickly piecing goes when there’s something ready to sew.

    —Janet in ND on July 28, 2014
  • Finding the time to start and keep a project going and staying organized in my small house.

    Karen McCallum on July 29, 2014
  • Size? Speed? Time? Well, all of those, but even more importantly, having my sewing area organized, and especially the project I’m working on organized! Often, I just ‘play’ with designs, fabrics, etc, which can be good – it opens up many ideas! …but it can also slow down my actually MAKING a quilt! …but designing quilts is also one the aspects of quilting that I LOVE! I never make the same quilt twice! I make baby quilts for our crafting group (which we donate), and even if I’m making two quilt tops (almost) the same, the borders and backing will be different!
    Now, recently I joined a one day mystery quilt, and was surprised that I was able to get all the squares cut and assembled in that one day! …but someone else did the organizing!! ha ha!

    —Kathy in IN on July 29, 2014
  • I like the idea of size and speed, but I think just finding uninterrupted time is the key for easy stress free quilting.

    —Dot on July 29, 2014
  • Love the way you’ve used the 1-2-3 cliche as a promotion! Have posted it to my Pinterest board, Marketing for Small Businesses, http://www.pinterest.com/thorvaldswanes/marketing-for-small-businesses/.

    Linda Carlson on August 1, 2014
  • For me, it’s finding the time. I have so many commitments: doctor’s appointments, which include traveling and waiting for "my turn"; daily routines; Guild meetings and activities that I have to set aside "my time to quilt" for myself. Fortunately, we have Guild Sew Days or Quilt Till You Wilt get togethers and that is part of "my time" to sew. Now, if I didn’t have to sleep at night, I could get in another 6-8 hours of sewing!

    Keep smiling,

    Lynnita Shipman on August 1, 2014

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