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Easy Quilt Patterns

Easy Quilts to complete in a weekend or less.


Easy Quilt Patterns

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This quilt features different sized sawtooth stars in modern vintage fabric prints. Designer Jennifer Schifano Thomas used "modern" vintage prints to make up these classic star blocks. Great quilt blocks and great prints – quilting doesn't get any more fun than this!

There are no quilt blocks to make in this quilt. Use a tropical fabric print and sew large squares and rectangles together to make this summery quilt.

Oversized log cabin quilt blocks create the bold design in this fat quarter friendly quilt pattern.

This breezy white quilt reminded designer Janice Averill of the game Plinko when it was finished — hence its name.

This Patriotic Pillow is a quick and easy weekend project using our lapped-back pillow finishing technique.

A lovely assortment of prints and paisleys makes up Gayle Noyes' quilt. Although the design may look intimidating at first glance, it's made up of only squares for quick and easy piecing.

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Batiks are always a wonderful choice, and they work up well in traditional as well as contemporary designs. This classic Virginia Reel pattern is made up of single blocks with connecting colors.

Framed Pinwheels is a beautiful, complex-looking batik quilt made easy with our easy strip set technique. Play with color and contrast for a versatile and easy quilt pattern.

This quilt looks like confetti — but it’s less messy.

Fabrics printed with letters and numbers reminded designer Lacey Schipnewski of the teacher's manual she and her mom used to play with – it was called On Cherry Street. The quilt block is fun to make, and the subtle blue, brown, and black color scheme makes it a pleasing quilt.

The throw quilt is easy enough for beginners and a fun project for quilters of all skill levels. The appliquéd petal quilt blocks are simple to make using fusible web.

The fabrics in this quilt are a vacation for the senses. Choose a favorite large-scale floral and coordinating prints, and dream about the sunshine.

This quilt has a modern slant to the bargello technique. The thin strips in the quilt have gradated blue to black fabrics.

This quilt makes designer Janet Mednick long to be on a Hawaiian beach with all those cabana-like huts. Make it for your home and let the daydreams begin.

Put on your apron and make something sweet. It’s quick and easy when you use a printed panel that features "paper dolls" wearing adorable outfits and sweet treats. This quilt pattern meets the guidelines established by the Quilts for Kids organization.

Designer Melissa Corry was inspired to make this quilt when she saw the pattern on her husband's dress socks. Retro-style fabrics give this easy quilt a modern vintage feel.

This quilt, with its interlocking design is surprisingly easy. Make the quilt block units assembly-line style and you'll be done in no time.

If you like red as much as Mary Fons does, you'll love Big Red. This is a true stash-busting quilt made entirely of pyramids, but if you don't have enough red fabrics in your stash, it's a good excuse to go shopping. Look for Big Red in Scrap Quilts Spring '15.

The simple kitty appliqué and decorative embroidery combined with feline-oriented fabrics make for a perfect baby shower gift.

Extra large triangle-squares from just four fabrics make Stephanie Forsyth's design a true weekend quilt. Even though this quilt is so quick to make, it has as much impact as quilts that have taken hours longer.

Designer Pam Biswas loves having a table runner for every season. This one is perfect to celebrate spring. Spring Table features half-square triangles arranged in a square-in-a-square fashion.

This throw-sized, easy quilt features sisters, Anna and Elsa, of Disney's Frozen in fabric prints by Springs Creative and Fabri-Quilt. Simple square construction makes this quilt a quick turnaround.

One of the greatest pleasures in a quilter's life is working with a lovely group of batiks. This versatile block is super easy — just choose a single base batik, your favorite accent colors, a border, and you're good to go!

Add some eye-popping color to your décor with this dramatic table runner by Deborah Stanley. These strip-pieced blocks make for streamlined piecing.

Banish those winter doldrums by stitching up this quilt bursting with vibrant hues. With no blocks to piece, you can whip this one up in an afternoon.