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Creative Quilts

If you want to learn how to make a quilt, you've come to the right place. Check out these quilt ideas, free quilt patterns, quilt block patterns, easy baby quilt patterns and tons of great ideas.

If you're learning how to quilt, The Ladder Quilt is an easy quilt pattern for you to try. This simple, unique design would look beautiful displayed in any room of your home.

Find the Perfect Lap/Throw Quilt Tutorial By Assessing Your Mood at Seams and Scissors!

Quilters who want to make a scrap-busting project and do not want to sacrifice style will adore the Happy and Scrappy Blocks Quilt. This easy sewing pattern allows you to use scraps to create a funky quilt that would make a great wall hanging or blanket to keep you warm during cold nights.

If you're just learning how to make a quilt, try this Floral Scrap Quilt for Dolls. The small size makes this doll quilt easy and quick. Plus, it uses up all of your fabric scraps, so you won't have to spend money on new fabric.

What do you think of this as a quilt idea? Could you sew a quilt like this one?

Adorable Apple Hot Pad - his tutorial shows you how to make a potholder that is a great addition to your DIY kitchen decor.

Cuddle up and play with this Fuzzy and Fun I-Spy Quilt, which is a blanket and a game all in one. Follow this guide to learn how to make a quilt that is not only cozy but also provides hours of family fun.

Grandma's Window Quilt Pattern - get inspired from this quilt or check out the PDF on Etsy from the Vintage Clothespin!

Zuzzy: chevron quilt Very thorough tutorials. Great for anyone interested in quilting!

Simple quilting for starters. This is super useful; includes categories such as cutting, binding, and backing.

Moms, grandmas, and aunts expecting a brand new baby girl in their life will love this Pink Squares Patchwork Baby Quilt.

First Year Quilts | how fun!! This would be so neat for them to have with all the little outfits they wore their first year of life!:'( Tooo cute!!

Your dog is without question an invaluable member of your family. You want to make their home as comfortable as possible, and one way to achieve this is by learning to sew a cushion like the Comfy Patchwork Dog Bed DIY.

This unique quilt pattern would look amazing hanging in your living room or cottage.

Easy Peasy Fat Quarter Quilt - This Easy Peasy Fat Quarter Quilt shows you how to make an easy patchwork-patterned quilt out of varying types of fat quarter fabric.

Colorful Pinwheel Quilt - The two patterns you select for this Colorful Pinwheel Quilt will play off of each other for a fun and bright quilt.

The Euclid Quilt - This funky rectangle quilt would be a great gift for a family member. If you know a college student who will be moving away from home and into a dorm this fall, this Spring Rectangles Quilt would be the perfect cuddly piece of home to send along for their new abode.

The Beginner Zig Zag Quilt is a different take on the modern quilt. Instead of sewing different pieces together to form a patchwork of shapes, this free quilt pattern requires you to begin your project by stacking layers of fabric on top of each other and sewing and cutting from that.

Help us give this Mother's Day craft a creative name and you could win a mystery prize! Just leave your suggestion as a comment on the project page.

Summer Quilt for Beginners - This summer, challenge yourself to pick up a new craft - quilting! Even if you've never tried to quilt before, you can learn with help from this free quilt pattern and tutorial. The Summer Quilt for Beginners is beautiful and easy to create.

15 free log cabin quilt patterns. Explore the possibilities with these 15 Free Log Cabin Quilt Patterns, including log cabin table quilts, log cabin blocks, log cabin throws, and other creative projects made with log cabin variations!

  • Nancy Burner

    I,too, saw a display at a museum a few years ago. I am approx. 3+ hrs from their location and my eldest daughter and I are trying to get ourselves up there to see the workshop.

  • Patricia H. Bell

    Love the colors and the placement.

  • Andi Tomlinson

    Part 2! In retrospect,See first post above.) I think I should have mentioned the museum where I saw the Gees Bend quilts so that others might know in which area of the area USA I might live. I saw the quilts at the Houston Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Texas. The whole exhibit was most informative, beautifully displayed. Perhaps they will bring the quilts them back to Houston some day.

  • Diane Murray

    Like the log cabin quilt patterns, Love the colors,

  • Diane Murray

    Other creative ideas are using log cabin block pattern.You may add alot of pretty colors to this quilt.

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