Originally Posted by ncredbird
Just came across some free quilt patterns that I had never seen before and thought some of you might enjoy them also. They can be found at:
Hope you can use some of them. Ann in Tn
Originally Posted by born2quilt
I was determined I would use some of my scraps before starting another project. Got out my box of half square triangles and put together a quilt I sent to my brother and sister-in-law in MA to snuggle with on their cold nights and the other is just pieces of some solids I had.
Originally Posted by tesspug
McCall's offers this wall hanging as a free download.
Originally Posted by ontheriver
Working on a new scrappie this weekend for National Quilt Day and Virtual Day tomorrow. First two pics are of progress up to now, two rows ready to go together. Last week I made about 150 string blocks, so it is time to put them to use.
And still no dent in the scrap bucket.
The third pic is a wall hanging I made using the pattern My Whimsical Quilt Garden by Becky Goldsmith and Linda Jenkins.
The last pic is a wallhanging my mom just made for me. She did all
Originally Posted by paintmejudy
Click on these for the other mystery quilts I designed.
Originally Posted by alvgoodyear
Just a simple question. Where do I find the other three
Originally Posted by purplemem
Bricks and Stepping Stones
Each large pinwheel is made of 16 HSTs. Hopefully, the 2nd picture helps you see the arrangement:
Originally Posted by SuperiorThreads
For all you Mothers, Grandmothers, Aunts, and everyone , there's a really cute Necktie Onesie tutorial on the Superior Threads website. A video tutorial with a free pattern to make a cute outfit for a baby.
Originally Posted by Mari Marike
I used this tutorial: http://www.kickassquiltsupplies.com/Share/taketwo.htm
The finished size is ~152x200 cm
emblife's string quilt