Did you know that March 15th is National Quilting Day? Take the time to celebrate by spending some quality time with your sewing machine.
In honor of National Quilting Day, we’ve rounded up our favorite FREE quilting patterns, available right here on Craftsy!
Photo via Craftsy member Melissa Corry
This stunning quilt consists of six different star pattern blocks. Create six of each block to make the large, queen-sized quilt pictured! Use a Fat Quarter bundle to create a cohesive look, or pull out your scraps to mix it up.
Photo via Craftsy member Maritza Soto
Are you a math lover? You should give the Numerals Blueprint quilt a try! Use your favorite fabric scraps to piece each number, and pair those brights prints with a crisp white solid for a contemporary look. Each number block measures 12 inches tall and varies in width.
Photo via Craftsy member No Hats
Plaid is consistently a popular print and design for clothes and goods. Now you can make your own plaid quilt! A large range of quilt sizes is included in this versatile pattern, with the smallest measuring 14” and the largest measuring 126”. Pay careful attention to color value (lights/mediums/darks) when choosing fabrics.
Photo via Skalabara
Forty-eight Log Cabin blocks joined with sashing and cornerstones are used to make the Abstract Dreams quilt. This project is full of 8” x 8” blocks and measures 58” x 77” when finished.
Photo via Craftsy member swimbikequilt
Here is a beginner-friendly quilt that can be sewn up in no time! The Star Bright pattern will show you how to make a baby or throw-size quilt. Do you have any Charm Packs and Layer Cakes lying around? They will work perfectly for this project!
Photo via Craftsy member Notes of Sincerity
Large Granny Square
Do you love granny square afghans? Use this pattern to make a quilt version! A Layer Cake plus a Charm Pack and a background solid are all you need to make this charming quilt.
Photo via Craftsy member Simply Cotton
Maybe you’d like to celebrate National Quilting Day with a quilted pillow! This eye catching pillow is made of 3” paper-pieced blocks. The overall project measures 18”, just right for the couch or bed.