Flash sale! Easy Quilts for Beginners and Beyond (beyond beautiful!)

Sometimes, don’tcha just want to make a quilt that’s EASY?

We’re all for challenges—we want to improve our knowledge and skills. But there’s a time and a place for easy-peasy, lemon-squeezy, start-to-finish sewing fun.

That time is now . . . and that place is right here at Stitch This! Because this weekend only, you can download 14 easy and beautiful quilt patterns for only SIX BUCKS. They’re all in the eBook Easy Quilts for Beginners and Beyond: 14 Quilt Patterns from Quiltmaker Magazine!

So, what kinds of quilts are truly EASY to sew?

Quilts with repeating shapes that are simple to cut:

Cobblestones quilt
Cobblestones

Quilts with few or no points to match within a block:

Coin Collecting quilt
Coin Collecting

Quilts that use large patches of beautiful fabric:

Porcelain Petals quilt
Porcelain Petals

Improvisational piecing (where matching doesn’t matter!):

Summer Solstice quilt
Summer Solstice

And strips, strips, strips!

Cafe Mocha quilt
Café Mocha

See 9 more quilts from Easy Quilts for Beginners and Beyond >>>

What springs to mind when you hear “easy quilts”: triangle-free piecing, big-big blocks, fusible appliqué, something else? Tell us in the comments—and place your order for Easy Quilts for Beginners and Beyond  before our flash sale disappears!

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16 Comments (leave a comment)

  • I love quilts that primarily use rectangles so I do not have to deal with triangle points. Several of these quilts would be great to use with Christmas fabrics. Thanks for the flash sale for the ebook as they are so much easier to use and refer to on various devices.

    —Regina Harris on October 20, 2017
  • I think of quilts that don’t require a lot of cutting of small pieces and no triangle points to deal with. Love to make quick quilts for community service projects.

    —Sylvia on October 20, 2017
  • Simple repeating blocks, that I can use my scraps or a bundle of strips – that’s my go-to for quick and easy. Cobblestones is the perfect example – versatile, depending on the fabric, but easier than it looks, and a good project for when you are brain dead but just NEED to sew! Ask me how I know….

    —Carol Johnson on October 20, 2017
  • Easy quilts usually consist of rectangular/square patterns, which I love.

    —Hedda on October 20, 2017
  • I am buying. I really like Porcelain Petals. Planning to modify for a twin bed

    —Virginia Smith on October 20, 2017
  • What an ingenious way to eliminate my scrap piles!

    —Mary Smith on October 20, 2017
  • Easy quilts to me mean large cut pieces that give a dramatic effect. Square in a Square patterns bring that to mind.

    —Frances Claassens on October 20, 2017
  • Definitely not triangles and having to match lots of areas. I like precuts, rectangles, squares, etc.

    —carol on October 20, 2017
  • Quick and easy can have dramatic effects, nostalgic beauty or bright and bold in your face. All great for scraps or using that beautiful fabric you have been hoarding.

    —Sandra Paschkow on October 20, 2017
  • Easy quilts incorporate large pieces in simple shapes that do not need to meet at the corners. Simple bargello quilts come to mind.

    —Linda Towers on October 20, 2017
  • big blocks with large pieces – nothing intricate

    —Rosalie on October 21, 2017
  • I love those blue tones. Thanks for the opportunity to win them.

    —Heather on October 21, 2017
  • Easy quilts = no trimming to size, simple blocks, no applique!

    Paula Hedges on October 21, 2017
  • Porcelain petals looks interesting. Thanks for opportunity to win.

    —Louise Mease on October 22, 2017
  • I’ve only done quilts with squares and rectangles … anything else is beyond easy at this point!

    —bookboxer on October 26, 2017
  • Rail fence and any patterns like turning twenty where matching is not necessary!!

    —Lane on October 26, 2017

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