A lovely patriotic quilt pattern, this Quilt of Valor called Glory Stars, by Nancy Mahoney, features red, white and blue solid fabrics. Come see what makes this quilt so special! Get the quilt kit while supplies last.
Patriotism never goes out of style and is appropriate all year long. A patriotic quilt pattern is always fun for a summer get-together, as well! Make this table topper called Last Summer Picnic, by Patrick Lose, for summer celebrations and picnics. And, when it’s not in use, you’ll want to hang it on a wall! Get the quilt kit while supplies last.
Are you ready to celebrate with red, white and blue quilts? Nancy Mahoney has some great ideas lined up for you in Nancy's Quilting Classroom! Rich in history, patriotic quilt patterns are perfect for decorating your home for the 4th of July, Labor Day, or Memorial Day.
Wars Remembered, by Kathy Munkelwitz, gets its vintage look from Civil War reproduction prints. Dark red frames the star quilt blocks against a scrappy background. This throw quilt pattern will appeal to the traditionalist in you.
Patriotic quilt patterns and star quilts are always stylish. Jasmine, by Jocelyn Ueng, is cleverly pieced with stars in the blocks and sashing. Lovely prints in a patriotic palette combined with a diagonal star pattern add up to a great quilt.
Everyone loves patriotic quilts, like Summer Picnic by Tricia Lynn Maloney. Pinwheels and Americana colors make this patriotic quilt pattern a great “blanket” for watching fireworks on the 4th of July and an appealing throw-size quilt for your home.
Make this patriotic quilt pattern for yourself or as a Quilt of Valor for a special service man or woman. Using a quick technique to make the star points makes Friends & Heroes, by Joy McKeon, easy and fun to make and the results give you bragging rights!
Home of the Brave, by Jean Nolte, is an original quilt design made especially for Quilts of Valor. Solid red, white, and blue fabrics mimic the American flag to honor our veterans. A star border brings it all together.
You can never have too many table quilt patterns! They’re quick to make and useful, too. Show your patriotism with these really cute reproduction Americana prints in Americana, by Deb Finan. Make this table topper just in time for Memorial Day, 4th of July, or decorate your home with pride year-round!
Pre-cut strips in red and blue batiks make Summertime Blues, by Darlene Zimmerman, an ideal summer quilt. Doesn’t it just sing summer? Sew this one up for a picnic in the park! The curvy edge dresses up the scrappy border and adds an element of fun.
Three Tours quilt. Patriotic quilts are especially touching when it comes to gift giving. You can use this pattern to make a Quilt of Valor and give it to a serviceman or woman as a token of your appreciation. As far as patriotic quilts go, this one is topnotch.
A beautiful patriotic quilt to display in your home or to donate to Quilts of Valor. The Allegiance Quilt kit, with a Star block and easy strip-pieced striped blocks, includes fabric from Northcott's Stars & Stripes collection for the quilt top and binding.
Designer Diane Knott pieced this patriotic quilt while watching the winter Olympics. The large blocks are based on the traditional Ice Crystal quilt block, and are made up of simple triangle-squares rather than diamonds. Diane says this is a great way to use up patriotic scraps. Look for Team USA in Scrap Quilts Spring '15.
This Quilt of Valor combines an appliquéd star block and an album quilt block. The red, cream and blue borders finish off the patriotic quilt. The inspiration for this quilt was an antique quilt in Sue Reich's book World War II Quilts.
Kathy Munkelwitz is a veteran Quilts of Valor quilt maker. "I love stars of any kind," she says. Kathy came up with two simple blocks using her red, tan, and blue fat quarter stash to create this beautiful Quilt of Valor. Look for Of Thee I Sing in Fall Scrap '14.