Quilters, you won’t know whether to thank me or curse me for today’s post.
If you’re like me, you have a whole library of quilting books, boxes full of quilting magazines, and sacks of quilt patterns. I’ll never exhaust all the possibilities those resources hold.
But I’m always looking at more ideas. My Pretty Quilts board on Pinterest has nearly 1200 pins; I’ve saved over 40 videos and articles on my Quilt Tutorials board so I can refer to them as necessary.
So I often check out quilt and block designs online. Here are some especially good websites for free patterns:
- Quilt Inspiration
- All People Quilt
- Connecting Threads
- American Quilt Society
- Bluprint (Craftsy)
- The Quilting Company
- Free Quilt Patterns
- Quilt in a Day
- Generations Quilt Patterns
- Hoffman Fabrics
- Robert Kaufman Fabrics
- Andover Fabrics
- AGF Fabrics
Now it’s your turn. Do you have favorite sources for free patterns? Or a favorite quilting site in general? Share in the comments below.
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Beautiful things to admire or make.
- Fish made out of junk.
- Winter in beautiful Romania.
- Oscars fashions from years back.
- Beautiful Zentangles.
- Quilt tutorial: Teresa Down Under teaches how to make Delectable Mountain blocks and how to arrange them to create different kinds of quilts.
- What matters most to an artist?
- Like donuts? Wonderful watercolor tutorial.
- Your cat needs a ladder.
- Mardi Gras, but different.
- El Alto’s architecture is over the top.
- Free quilt patterns to make for St. Patrick’s Day. (Well, maybe for next Patrick’s Day!)
- These beautiful wedding dresses and bridal head dresses almost make me want to get married all over again.
Somehow I got out of sequence. This should have been last week’s collection. Somehow I misplaced it after I found the Grant Snider piece. . .
May you be full of wonder this weekend.
Oops! I neglected to post some Creative Juice last Friday. I hope this wonderful batch more than makes up for it.
Stuff to make, thoughts to ponder.