Check out these most watched video quilt tutorials.
Check out these most watched video quilt tutorials.
The Jelly Roll Sizzle quilt is a popular quilt pattern. The quilt is made using mostly Jelly Roll or 2.5" strips plus a little fabric for the background. There is a video showing how this quilt is made and includes a link to download the free pattern. Here is a picture of the twin size Jelly Roll Sizzle.
This pattern was designed by Jen Eskridge of Reanna Lily Designs. She used it for charity quilts. I have made about 4 of them in red, white and blue for Quilts of Valor.
Using the AccuQuilt Wonky Hearts die, you can make this cute block. The die number is 55471 and it makes a 6” finished block. You can stack up to 6 layers of fabric for each cutting. Click the link below to download instructions for the block and two different quilts.
The block is called Arrowhead. The technique shown in this tutorial was created by Anita Grossman Solomon and published in Quiltmaker magazine in 2011. The article was titled Anita's Arrowhead. Scroll to the bottom of this page for download links to the pattern.
This is my version of the Simple Hearts Quilt made by Allison Harris from Cluck Cluck Sew. Links to download Allison's block pattern as well as her tutorial on the Simple Hearts quilt can be found at the end of this post.
My version is made from forty two 8" finished heart blocks. There are 6 blocks across and 7 blocks down and the quilt finishes about 66" x 78".
I used leftovers of jelly roll and 2-1/2" x WOF strips to make this fun quilt.
Finished size approx 64" x 80"
Strip piecing is used to make three variations of the Double 9-Patch quilt block. The pattern is offered by McCallsQuilting.com as a two fabric version. Also included in this tutorial is a revised version using four fabrics.
I used leftovers from other jelly roll projects along with strips I cut from leftover fabrics. Easy quilt to make and fun way to use up scraps.
Finished Size 75" x 93"
I used scraps for the accent fabrics and a light fabric for the background. This could be all scrappy if you use an assortment of low volume prints for the background.
5” finished half square triangles are all that’s use in this quilt. Use fat quarters or scraps for the accent fabrics and yardage for the background. Fabrics used in the sample are from the Kaffe Fasset Collective collection.
Use as many or a few scraps as you like. Instructions include rotary cutting and AccuQuilt cutting. For the sample quilt, I used black with white dots for the main pinwheels. The secondary pinwheels are made from bright scraps. The background was made from a white tone-on-tone and white fabric with black dots.
You can scrap up all the backgrounds using low volume prints or light fabrics and scrap up the pinwheels as much as you like.
Use fat quarters to make this out of the world quilt. The block is called Star of the East and can be paper pieced or cut with the AccuQuilt Star of the East Block on Board.
This is your chance to use your larger chunks of scraps. Pair light and dark fabrics with a good contrast. Use rotary cutting or the AccuQuilt Fabric Cutting System.
Block Size: 6" finished
Number of Blocks: 130
Setting: 10 x 13
This quilt uses left over 2-1/2" wide strips or Jelly Rolls. It resembles the layout called Many Trips Around the World but in a scrappy way.
This is a Short Cut Quilt Pattern available for free from The Fat Quarter Shop. I have made several of these quilts because they are fun and easy to make. Pick a layer cake and a background and you're off!
This classic quilt block is easy to cut and piece. The version in this quilt uses a common background fabric of white tone-on-tone and a single fabric in each block for the accent.
Use any large or all over print that you love to make this fun and easy quilt. It only takes 2 different fabrics and a total of 5 yards.
Using two blocks you can see the illusion of rings. The dark fabric is one, multi-color print and the light fabrics are low volume prints. This quilt finishes at 63" x 72". Learn what low volume prints are and how to use them.
Star Rings Quilt - Finished size 63" x 81"
Take one stack of 10" fabric squares and a little extra yardage for borders and you can make this beautiful quilt in no time. The quilt finishes approx. 65" x 73".
The layer cake used in this quilt was from the Wovens Collection by Bonnie and Camile from Moda Fabrics.
This quilt finishes about 65" x 78" and is made using 5" squares. You can use packages of 5" charm squares, cut your own squares or use fat quarters. This is a great scrappy quilt.
The pattern is a free download from Moda Fabrics and the link is at the end of this article. Here is the video I prepared for this quilt.
Just so you know..... this is an easy quilt to cut and piece, but it is not a quick quilt to cut and piece! It is, however, well worth the effort because it is very pretty.
This quilt is made from 38 strips that are 2-1/2” x WOF. Use a jelly roll, precut strips or cut your own strips from scraps.
In this free quilt tutorial, you will learn how to make this simple quilt by sewing strip sets and cutting them into segments.
This scrap quilt is easy to make but it is NOT a fast quilt to make. Take your time with this one. There are so many half square triangles it might make sense for you to make up a little stack of HST and throw them in a container until they have multiplied quite a bit. The good part is that, I think, it is well worth the time and effort!
Want to make a really easy quilt? Grab a package of pre-cut 10" squares or cut your own and get busy making this quilt. Watch this short video to see how it's done.
The simple Saw Blade block can be scrappy, or color coordinated. It was part of the Houston Texas Bay Area Quilt Guild’s long running Scrap Exchange program for its members and is used here by permission from the Scrap Exchange coordinator, Winnie Fleming. Make this 6" finished quilt block with scraps or yardage. The free pattern includes two straight settings and two on-point versions.
A quilt tutorial that combines a Snail's Trail block variation and Storm at Sea sashing and cornerstones. Use AccuQuilt Snail's Trail block on board or paper foundations to complete separate versions. This quilt was designed with Electric Quilt 8. Download the EQ8 Project File:
Snails Trail at Sea Project File
This Bargello Quilt Tutorial teaches the basic steps to complete a bargello quilt. The fabrics are from the Grunge Basics Collection by Moda Fabrics. Quilt was pieced and quilted by Carol Thelen and finishes about 61" x 78". The quilting pattern is "Whisper" designed by Melonie J. Caldwell. A free pattern can be downloaded from the link below. All the strips are cut in strips. Use the AccuQuilt Strip Cutter to make this fast.
Quarter square triangles are so versitile and so easy to make. Use two, three or four different fabrics to make amazing designs.