Check out these quilt blocks to use in easy quilt patterns using selections from your own fabric stash and your block size of choice. Make easy, fun and fabulous quilts!
No waste flying geese are easy to make! Learn the technique, see a size chart and make four at a time.
If you're wondering how to get a quarter inch seam when quilting, here are two ways to get 1/4 inch seam for accurate piecing.
Flying geese units are used in lots of quilt blocks such as stars. Learn how to make traditional geese and get a size chart!
Make this traditional log cabin quilt pattern using 2 1/2 inch strips. Quilt it quickly with big blocks - 14 1/2 inches!
See how to cut strips with a rotary cutter accurately for quilting. Get those long strips of fabric ready for subcutting units to make quilt blocks!
Beginner quilters need to know how to cut fabric for quilting. It's easy! Follow step by step to get a straight edge, cut strips and more.
The wonky log cabin block is so much fun! And oh so easy for a beginner. Some call it a crazy log cabin quilt block...
Easy log cabin quilt block using 2 1/2 inch strips... Beginner and experienced quilters get out your jelly rolls! Use your charm packs too.
Four patch quilt block...easy to piece, but the perfect center can be tricky. See how to get it with pictures that show fabric to piece the block!
This easy pinwheel quilt pattern uses 2 charm packs for a twin size quilt and one to make a pinwheel baby quilt pattern. Make it today!
The rail fence quilt block is easy to make in 12 inch and 16 inch sizes. See in pictures how it's done!
Use this 4 color rail fence quilt pattern (twin size) to make a quilt using 2 jelly rolls. Fabric requirements for queen and king sizes too!
An easy monkey wrench quilt pattern uses big blocks - 12 1/2 inches - and subtle color change in for a striking design. Beginners will love it!
An easy quilt pattern made from a simple square... What could be easier? How about using precut 10 inch squares.
Easy quilt patterns that take beginners step by step to piece a quilt top. Use big blocks to make beautiful quilts. Did we mention they're free!