Patterns

Placemats-Easiest-Ever  This is a link to instructions for Easy Placemats. Make four 14″ x 18″ mats or six 12″ x 16″ mats from 2 yds. fabric.

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Triple Star Baby Quilt  This is a link to instructions for a 40″ x 40″ fat quarter friendly baby quilt.

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Vroom!” A Four-patch-baby-quilt  This is a link to instructions for a Fat Quarter friendly baby quilt. Quick and easy – sure to enliven baby’s “tummy time.”

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The Adventurers baby quilt.  This is a link to instructions for a 52″ x 56″ baby quilt specifically for panels of “The Adventurers” line of fabric.

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Organized Chaos Baby Quilt. This is a link to instructions for a 40″ x 40″ baby quilt which efficiently uses 6 “Long Quarters,” 9″ x 40.”

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Buzz Saw Workshop, quilt & instructions. This is a link to instructions for 15″ Buzz Saw block which employs an innovative cutting and piecing technique.

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Playtime with Pinwheels Baby Quilt.  This is a link to a fat quarter friendly baby quilt that measures 40″ square.

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Strip Pieced Christmas Trees.  This is a link to the instructions for strip pieced trees.

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Stacked Coins Baby Quilt.  This is a link to the instructions for a quick and easy “Stacked Coins” baby quilt, 40 1/2″ x 42 1/2.”

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Lickity Split Rail Fence Table Runner. This is a link to the instructions for two Fat Quarter Friendly table runners. One uses 4 fabrics, the other uses 3 fabrics.

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Spring Migration. This is a link to the instructions for “Spring Migration,” a Goose in the Pond Quilt-A-Long for Spring 2015.

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Unlimited Possibilities Tote Bag. This is a link to a basic tote bag, 14″ x 16″ – great for shopping, quilting projects, or baby’s needs.

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Library Book Tote for Tots.  This is a link to instructions for a smaller tote bag suitable for a child’s library book selections or small toys. Make it with just two fat quarters!

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Fun with Fat Quarters-Monkey Shines  This is a link to a Layer, Cut, Swap and Sew baby quilt.

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Steppin Up This is a link for my simple baby quilt, Steppin’ Up.

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Celebrate Life! Quilt Click here for a fast and fun baby quilt. Use any 12″ block for the center square.

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Tribal Fishermen Quilt  A modern fat quarter friendly wall quilt.

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Modern-Baby-Quilt.  This is a link to “Sock Monkey Circus,” a modern, fat quarter friendly baby quilt.

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Little Boy Blue-Baby Quilt  A Nine Patch quilt in white and blue.

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“Little Boy Blue”

Four Patch Baby Quilt 2  A quick and easy project.

Variation of Four Patch Baby Quilt (without 3rd border)

Variation of Four Patch Baby Quilt
(without 3rd border)

Saw Tooth Star Wall Quilt  Summer 2013 Quilt-A-Long

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O My Stars quilt  A Layer, Cut, Swap and Sew lap quilt from 10″ squares

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Slice and Dice-Uneven Nine Patch  This is a link to a fat quarter friendly quilt, wall or baby size.

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Disappearing Half Square Triangle. This is a link to a quick and easy 8,” finished, patchwork block.

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Carolina Pine Tree quilt by Karlene Larson  This is a link to a 9″ x 22″ wall banner.

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Simple Pinwheel Charity Quilt  This is a link to a lap quilt. This sample was made by Stacy.

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Maple Leaf Block  This link takes you to a 9″ Maple Leaf Block, written by Karlene Larsen.

Maple Leaf Table Runner revised  This table runner uses the 9″ blocks in the link above.

Dresden Plate Quilt, twin size using 8 blocks. A quilt diagram for eight on-point Dresden Plate blocks

5 responses

9 06 2015
Kaylee

Hi Aby! I am the current editor of FaveQuilts.com and would love to feature these free patterns on our site. If you are interested, please get back to me at your earliest convenience!

30 11 2015
Aviva

Your patterns are very easy and straight forward to use and adapt! I just made the 4 patch baby quilt 2 for my daughter’s toddler bed – looks great. Thank you:)

21 10 2016
Barbara Lynn Davis

Help I don’t understand the black print in Bow Tie Wreath I do not see any black 😯😎

22 10 2016
abydolinger

Look closely at the picture in the magazine. Some of the wreaths are made with a holly leaf print on a black background. I suspect the editors called it a “black print” because the background is black. I agree it is a bit confusing.

26 12 2016
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