For Skirting the Issue this year we are focusing on quilts and blankets. You can read more about Skirting the Issue HERE. Today we have a round up for you of 10 of our most popular (AND FREE!!!) quilt tutorials to make for any quilting project you have going on.
The Nine Patch Quilt is one that is fast and simple to make if you use THIS method of chain piecing. And they turn out darling every single time…get the full tutorial for making this block HERE.
Make a quick and easy baby quilt from double gauze that wash up so well and are soft and great for babies. Find the full tutorial HERE.
A Strip Quilt is the way to go if you want fast! This tutorial walks you through the whole process start to finish and the result is this amazing lap quilt! Find the full tutorial HERE.
The Make-It-Over-The-Weekend Quilt is another super popular and quick way of quilting. And you can tie it and have it ready to go to a new home. The Full Tutorial is HERE.
The Peaches N’ Cream quilt is another favorite that makes for a quick and special looking quilt. Find the Tutorial HERE.
Another quilt that you can use pre-cut fabric with is the layout for the By Popular Demand quilt. Find the full quilt pattern HERE.
A friendship or “I Spy” quilt is another one that is great for charity quilts. You can write saying or draw pictures in the squares for a fun quilt for children to read or look at each night. Find the Full Tutorial HERE.
The Azure Skies Baby Quilt also uses pre-cut fabric strips and is a cinch to put together. And the result is fantastic! Find the Full tutorial HERE.
Whole cloth baby quilts are another staple quilt pattern in my repertoire and they are fun to make! Find the full tutorial HERE.
Another quilt entirely made up of scraps in the 100 Block Scrap Buster Quilt. A great way to use up leftover cut fabric, you can find the full tutorial HERE.
And there you have it—10 different quilts to make for any fabric or any occasion that ANYONE can make!
Carol Eberhardt says
Hi, there, I have just discovered you in the AQS magazine, your quilt Marigold is stunning, my favorite in the volume! A small group of us want to make it. My sisters and a few friends. May I share abbreviated directions with them, or is that in violation of copyright laws? No one in my group sells their masterpieces, they’re handed down to family members.
Thank you for contributing Marigold to the magazine, love, love it!
Anyone reading this, buy the magazine! It’s worth it for this one pattern!