Valentine’s Day is fast approaching. Here’s 12 Free Valentine Day quilting projects sure to make your heart sing.
Valentines from quilterscache.com. I like this pattern with the two colors heart. This would look great as a quilt whether you use reds and tans or change up the colors and make it scrappy.
Sending My Love is great for whatever level quilter you are but it really lends itself to the beginner quilter. As an Accuquilt quilter, I would use one of my square dies to cut all these squares, making the job go much quicker. I also like the Be Mine Fat Quarter Bundle by Stacy Best Hsu for Moda Fabric. While the color palette is a bit different it would really be a happy vibe quilt!
Heart Petals Quilt by Heidi Pridemore is adorable! Using a different color palette would make this a great quilt for anytime.
Hearts for You quilt, free pattern at Riley Blake Designs. Here’s another quilt pattern that lends itself to using up scraps. In fact, I can see me using my smaller scraps and sewing them together like a crazy quilt and then cutting them into a heart shape. And now that I think about it, Accuquilt actually has a BOB (block on board) die that does just that!
Keep the Heart Truth Growing from Jane Spolar for Janome. Isn’t this cute! Now that I’m doing more appliqué this is on my list to do.
Table runners are cute little projects and are fun to make for yourself or someone else. I really love this one from C & T Publishing called “The Lovely Table Runner.”
Love & Stitches by Megan Collins at Dear Stella. This one makes a very cute baby quilt if you know someone expecting.
Valentine Hearts by Pat Wodskow at Shannon Fabrics uses Kozy Cuddle Solids so it will be very soft.
Stars and Hearts by Elise Lea at Robert Kaufman. I love how this pattern uses hearts with stars and the pattern also lends itself well as scrappy.
Full Hearts by Tamara Kate on the Windham Fabrics site. Another bright and cheerful pattern with these fabrics. It’s a lot of small squares so I would definitely use my Accuquilt to make this an easy cutting job.
So which pattern did you pick? Be sure to share a picture of your project in the comments. Also, check out some of my other blog posts for free patterns.
Happy Sewing Everyone!
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