Let me share with you my top 10 sites to find free quilt patterns.
I love collecting pictures of quilts and quilt patterns. While I will probably never be able to make most of the quilt patterns I have, they are wonderful for inspiration! One great thing about the internet is there is several sources now that offer freebies!
First up is the Fat Quarter Shop.
- I enjoy this site as it’s a great resource for quilt patterns. They are even sorted into groups like Beginner Quilts, Fat Quarter Bundles, Jelly Roll Quilt Patterns and many more. The Fat Quarter Shop also has a great selection of fabrics, notions, books and patterns. Check out their daily Flash Sale to pick up some really great deals on 4 different products. You will gave to create an account to gain access to the free patterns.
Next up is Moda Fabrics.
- I love to see the new fabric lines featured in quilt patterns and Moda has a nice selection of patterns. One of my favorites is Rue 1800. Have some fun with one of their Cake Mix Patterns or join one of the Sew-alongs posted on the site. On this site, you can download the patterns you like without creating an account.
Bluprint has so much to offer!
- UPDATE: Blueprint is no longer in existence so I have removed the link. It is now Craftsy and they are not offering patterns at this time.
- My Bluprint has several free patterns as well as some free sewing videos. A big perk for me is they also have crochet patterns which is how I found them originally. You will need to create an account to gain access to patterns. While there, check out the free trial to their Unlimited Classes.
Wombat quilts is a great blog with many different quilt patterns.
- If you like paper-piecing, Cath has several PDFs you can download and print out for sewing. Be sure to look at all the beautiful quilts she has made and her tutorials.
Missouri Star Quilt Company
- Most of you reading this know about the Missouri Star Quilt Company and all they have to offer. But this list would not be complete if I didn’t include their weekly youtube tutorial. In order to see what you need to make one of her quilts, you will have to click the links underneath the tutorials and also watch the video to know how many blocks and rows you need. If you really like a pattern and want a copy, most are available for purchase at www.missouriquiltco.com.
Here’s another great site for sewing patterns, quilt patterns and sew alongs.
The patterns feature Riley Blake fabrics and panels. You can download the PDFs without needing to register for an account. I just love this featherweight cover and pad!
- The Robert Kaufman site has pages and pages of patterns and projects available. No account is needed to download the PDF patterns.
I marvel at the patterns, tutorials and information available for this product.
- The AccuQuilt site has several patterns and the majority of them are free. You will have to create an account to download the PDFs. The patterns are written for the use of their dies and cutters. I’m including this site because many quilters are discovering how quick and easy this system is and are investing in the equipment. Be sure to check out my post My Journey to Making A Periwinkle Quilt.
This site offers patterns for more that quilts.
- I found some cute projects available at this site. Some are quilts, some are stuffed toys and some are clothes. Definitely worth a look.
Generations quilt patterns has a free quilt block library and you’ll find step-by-step illustrated directions for cutting and piecing your favorite patchwork block. They are listed in alphabetical order and in finished block sizes. Everything is very detailed.
Do you know of a great site for patterns?
If so, please share the link in the comments. If you make something from one of the sites, please be sure to share a picture of your project. Thank you for stopping by my blog. Happy Sewing!