Free Pattern Friday: Patriotic Patterns in Sewing, Quilting & More!

Posted by on Jul 4, 2014 in Crocheting, Embroidery, Jewelry Making, Knitting, Paper Crafts, Quilting, Sewing | Comments


Celebrate the stars & stripes with these patriotic patterns. From an American flag mug rug to a chevron crocheted cozy, there’s no shortage of red, white and blue in this free pattern roundup! And while these projects would add the perfect homemade touch to your Fourth of July festivities, many of these patterns can be used year-round to add a classic Americana flare to your home decor.

Show your star-spangled pride with one of these fun, free patterns!

4th of July Mug Rug

Free Fourth of July Mug Rug Pattern

Channel your inner Betsy Ross with this American flag mug rug from Craftsy member Trillium Design. The advanced-level pattern uses perfectly pieced fabric cuts to create a lovely 5 x 7″ block. Look closely, and you’ll see the flag takes the shape of the continental United States!

Get the FREE Flag Mug Rug Quilting Pattern

Star Spangled Skort Pattern

Free Star Spangled Skort Pattern

How cute is this children’s patriotic skort? Sew up this pattern for an adorable parade-worthy outfit! We love the idea of following the fabric choices of designer PeekaBooPattern for a mix of polka dot, stripe and gingham prints that’s oh-so-delightful!

Get the FREE Girls Patriotic Skort Pattern here.

July Fourth Coasters - Free Knitting Pattern

Free July Fourth Coasters Knitting Pattern

Add a just the right amount of patriotic style to your backyard barbecue with this handcrafted piece. With this knit pattern from Craftsy member Tilly Perry, you can use your scraps to knit up festive red, white and blue coasters. Or, choose different colors for a rainbow of coaster styles to be used long after the fireworks end.

Get the FREE Fourth of July Knit Coasters Pattern here.

Patriotic Hearts Embroidery Pattern

Free Patriotic Hearts Embroidery Pattern 

Craftsy member Colorful Cross Stitch Creations brings you a fun hand-embroidered design to celebrate Independence Day. International friends? Heed her advice: Simply remove the “America” text from the border and select your own countries national colors. Viola! A piece to please stitchers around the globe!

Get the FREE Embroidered Patriotic Hearts Pattern here.

Chasing Chevrons Bottle Can Cozy

Free Red, White & Blue Chevron Crocheted Cozy Pattern

Crochet the ultimate summertime drink companion with this chevron cozy from Craftsy member Jennifer Pionk. We love the chevron design, complete with an embellished star detail. Create a bunch of these standard size cozies for your Fourth celebrations to keep drinks ice cold no matter the temperature!

Get the FREE Chasing Chevrons Bottle & Can Cozy Pattern here.

Beaded Heart Jewelry Pattern

Free Beaded Heart Jewelry Pattern

Show your heartfelt pride with this beaded jewelry design. Craftsy member XQDesigns created this heart design using right angle weaving techniques (“RAW”), and we’re loving the simply yet elegant design. Use it to make a pendant, pin or charm!

Get the FREE Red Beaded Heart Pattern here.

1776 Collection: Iron On Printable

Free “4th of July” Iron-on Paper Crafts Pattern

Create your own custom Independence Day apparel with this printable from Craftsy member Angel Peterson. The fun pinwheel design is detailed with red and blue swirls and a 1776 banner, signifying the year the Declaration of Independence was signed. Try ironing the design onto T-shirts, aprons or even plain tablecloths for budget-friendly decorations!

Get the FREE “4th of July” Pinwheel Printable Pattern here.

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How are you celebrating the Fourth of July this year?

Comments

  1. These are great patterns, and it’s so nice of you to offer them, but how much nicer it would have been to have them last month. Then, I would have had time to make them for today. Now it’s too late.

  2. These are great patterns, and it’s so nice of you to offer them, but how much nicer it would have been to have them last month. Then, I would have had time to make them for today. Now it’s too late.