Oct 7, 2007

Free Quilt Patterns: UPDATED 2019



Quilts, Quillows and Quirky Quilting Quandries:

What can you do with 2 yards of assorted scrap fabrics? Cut them up into 3 1/2" strips, continuously piece them together, or cut them into segments (shown above) and lay your strips into 45" rows.

Add a border or two and you'll end up with this simple scrap quilt that ends up being a wonderful 68" x 70".

What can you do with simple squares, cut to fit bars and strip (pretty much the same thing only add some simple applique) like hearts or stars!

Fast and easy!  Don't like winging it?  Need a quick and easy and a  free pattern?

Check out these wonderful sites for a total of more than 2,500 free quilt patterns for free downloading! I've added so many new links with so many free pattern downloads in each one - I could be at 3,000 by now! But I'm not going to count again!

And if you were looking for a specific quilt BLOCK and not a Quilt Pattern: check out my other huge list here:

Huge List of Free Quilt Block Patterns

Free Quilt Patterns List 2015 - 2022:

Here are the thematic links that I have done specific posts on and/or made the quilts, myself. Then they are followed by individual listings, then themes, categories etc. as you move through the list. Not always alphabetized as that's a huge ongoing process, but I try my best!

My Harmonic Convergence: Baby Quilt




 "Shoo Flies, Don't Bother Me"

 Whirlygig Tutoria



Baby Quilts: Strips and Strings!.


Making a Baby Quilt: Japanese Strip Noodles



*Bento Box Quilt Pattern Tutorial by Michele Bilyeu of 'With Heart and Hands"

Streak of Lightning: A Totally Tubular Tutorial



Disappearing Four, Nine, 16  Patches and Twist and Turn Variations 

String quilting Primers and Patterns


The Luck 'O the Irish to You!


Liberated Heartstrings: Setting the Spirit Free


Angel Wraps and Preemie Patterns

NICU Gowns, Angel Wraps and Preemie Patterns



Making the Quickest Nine Patches...Ever!


Disappearing 9 Patch, 16 Patch and Twist/Turn Variation

And from so many others! Please say thank you here, or wherever you are gifted with a free tutorial or pattern! Thank you!

Amy Butler: View, then download in pdf format

Windham Fabrics

Looking for one of our group blogger's free patterns?

*Patchalot More...Free Patterns from our own Marcie!

2009 Patchalot's Marcie's: CHRISTMAS PUNCH

Judy Laquidera's Free Patterns

(Just) Bugs (sign in to view for free)

Redwork & Stitchery

Religious Quilt Patterns

Far Above Rubies a Bible sampler quilt. The pioneers also had some favorite quilts related to their faith. 

An example found on this site is
Delectable Mountains Quilt Pattern


SuBee said...

Sorry - didn't mean to shout in your ear. That's some awesome bit of research there, Ma'am! You just turned into the quilters' own search engine.
You never fail to amaze, impress, educate, amuse, and stimulate. Good on you!

Lindah said...

Wow! What a lovely blogaversary gift! Thank you for sharing all your hard work. Oh, I love the internet. So many resources out there. How did I ever get along without it! Thank you again.


Tanya said...

What a lovely present! Thak you so much! I'm going to have to devote a weekend to looking through all of this!

Happy Blogaversary!

dee said...

thank you so much-I just started work on some redwork pieces and was looking for others. Yo're a wonder! What fun!!!

atet said...

Ok, I'm going to be spending a LOT of time working my way through these links. Thanks :0)

Shelina said...

Happy Blogiversary!

Anonymous said...

Yahoo! I mean YAHOO! Fantastic, thank you so much! This is the best list I've seen on the internet,yet!

G'G'ma said...

Just discovered your blog and WOW, WOW,WOW!! Wonder how many days it will take me to go to all these sites. Thank you very much.

Cathi said...

What a fantastic resource for quilters you have compiled here!!
Thank you very very much!

Anonymous said...

Happy Blogiversary!!!
Thanks for the link list.....you put lots of work in this wonderful list.
Thanks again and Happy Blogging!

Anonymous said...

Fantastic list. Happy Blogiversary and thank you "sew" much!! I am going to start clicking on links right nowwwwwwwwwwwwww!

Sue said...


That was me being speechless! What an amazing list!

Kate said...

Great list! Thanks for all the work putting it together. (clicked your link on the Quilting Bloggers newsletter)

Kieny The Dutchlady said...

I just found your list it's wonderful! Thanks for posting it.

Quilt Junquee said...

Saw your blog listed on Victoriana patterns with your cool heart pattern. But when I saw this list, I thought holy cow! I need to favorite this blog for sure! Thanks a lot. This will give me many hours of reading fun!

Millie said...

Great lists. Thank you so much for sharing all these free patterns.

Diah Rothman said...

I am speechless.... just a word of thanks for sharing.

Vero said...

WOW!! Thank you so much for this list, I do not know how I arrived here but you can be sure I'll know how to come back

imagrandma2five said...

You're a hard working lady! Thanks for all the great pattern sites. I have added your link in my blog.
Thanks again!
Karen in Indiana

Annieofbluegables said...

here's one more for your list. This is one of my most favorite spots on the internet. I sort of glanced through all your list and didn't see it, so if you already have this one, please excuse me for not finding it right away.
Marcia Hohn is a very amazing lady.
have a great day and thanks for this blog.

Ocean Dreams said...

Fantastic groups of free patterns. I love how you've grouped them and included so many cute photos of your own quilts. One of the best resources on the web that I've seen for beginning as well as intermediate and advanced quilters!

Cyndi's Distinctive Creations said...

Oh my gosh the amount of work you put into this...thank you so much, I love quilting but don't get to do it a lot, maybe this will help get me started again....love your blog...hugs Cyndi

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Anonymous said...

Thanks for all the links....looking for nutcracker quilts, blocks or toy soldier ones???

martine said...

I am speechless, what a job.
Thank you very much and greeting from Holland.

Michele said...

You are my hero! I can see not much is going to get done today! Thank you so much! Your list of quilt blocks is also amazing. So much for laundry! ;)

Anonymous said...

Unbelievable! Best set of free quilt and quilting patterns that I have seen yet! Thank you so much!

Bee Quilter said...

You are amazing. Bless your heart.

Anonymous said...

I appreciate you and your blog so much. Thank you.

Unknown said...

I found a pattern I have been looking for, forever. And I found it here. I am delighted and grateful!

Kim said...

I am having problems with getting the stained glass butterfly from quilterscornerclub.com When I click on there links for the pattern, etc. I only get advertisements. I did email the website over two weeks ago, and I have never gotten a response. If you know how to get this pattern a different way, please let me know.


Lisa said...

First I want to thank you for sharing all your hard work that you have done!

Second WOW did you find a TON of free websites!

Third You have just saved me a bunch of time. I have been searching the web for free patterns and now I don't have to. All I have to do is go to your blog! Thanks again for sharing all this info and I look forward to exploring your blog!

Unknown said...

Great list of sites with free patterns but you don't have www.stitch-n-frame.net. They have over 150 free patterns to download.


Bee Quilter said...

Congratulations on being one of the top charitable blogging quilters and having one of the top 50 quilting blogs! Awesome!

Ulla said...

Hi! Greetings from Finland! What a lovely Blog you have! Fantastic! I'll come again and again. You have so much to see. (Sorry my bad english.)

Barbara said...

Amazing, I will start right away. best wishes from Darwin Australia. Thanks for all this info.....

Anonymous said...

Thank you for all the resources, Best list I have seen as yet.
Sandra From British Columbia Canada.

Anonymous said...

Your free quilt patterns are amazing! They are perfect for even children, teens, and beginners to learn to sew and quilt with. This is the best combined list of free quilting patterns I have ever seen! Thank you so much!!!

Anonymous said...

I just found this site and it is amazing! Wow! I'm speechless! Loving and giving! Generous! Saying thank you seems like not enough! Its just so wonderful! Thank you for ALL of your dedication and hard work!
Cindy S from Illinois

cinzia said...

Free miniature hexagonal BOM starts 2nd April on my site www.cinziawhite.com
Every hexagon is a different design

Jessie K said...

Found you through Pinterest and HOLY COW is that a comprehensive, time consuming list you have there! Thank you so, so, so much!!!!

Anonymous said...

Could you please send me your Take 5 pattern would really appreciate it. My email address is myvanscoy@yahoo.com

Mariarose said...

Michele this is great! Wow! I didn't see any reference to the wonderful collection of paper piecing patterns at Fandom In Stitches (FandomInStitches.com)
All free paper piecing patterns for personal use only.
It's from this group of ppp designers, that made the Harry Potter Bookcase quilt that I love so much. It was called the Project of Doom. And then this group went on to design two Middle Earth themed quilts and a Dr Who quilt. Too much silliness and fun with fabrics.

Deborah Hamilton said...

Thanks so much for all the links!

Betty said...

What an amazing, never ending list!
Thank you VERY much

Imperial Pools Inc said...

Let's start with some fun and simple 4 Packs as I share links to some tutorials and some different variations from what you might swimming pool contractor of as a D4P..or Disapearing 4 Patch, as well!

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WDW70 said...

I can't find the pdf pattern for the hanger with the secret pocket!