As I was making my Cake Pops quilt, I got to thinking that there really are a lot of awesome, free quilt tutorials on lots of different blogs. I thought it would be fun, and hopefully useful to you, if I did a round-up of free quilt tutorials! There are literally hundreds out there (and I’m not talking about those on Moda Bake Shop, Missouri Star, Art Gallery, etc) and are such a great resource for those of us who like to spend our quilting money on fabric vs. patterns! Here are some of my favorites from some of my favorite people:
Kairle shares a step-by-step tutorial of how to make these awesome, scrappy cactus blocks.
Emily’s unique way of using up scraps to make such a fun quilt is sure to make your scrap bin load a tiny bit lighter.
This is a free pattern on Craftsy and uses fat quarters, fat eighths, or scraps!
This is another free Craftsy pattern that uses charm squares and a no-waste method to make a fun spin on a traditional granny square quilt.
Andy purposefully chose to use bigger squares of fabric so as to not cut the adorable prints into small, non-recognizable pieces. This is a great one for those larger-scale prints you’ve been hoarding.
We all know and love many of Allison’s free tutorials (hearts, anyone??) but this is my personal favorite. I tend to never know what to do with a jelly roll and this is definitely on my must-make list!
I know and love Amy’s Patchwork Forest tutorial very well, but this is another simple showstopper with many, many possibilities for the fussy cutter in all of us.
The traditional Scrappy Trip Around the World quilt gets a bright, new makeover by Alli in this fun tutorial. This is another on my must-make list, in fact I already have a white jelly roll ready to go once I can decide on which fabric line to use….. 🙂
This is for the ambitiously awesome quilters out there and it is a STUNNER. Marion remade it a few years ago in solids for Riley Blake Design’s quilt market booth and I’ve been thinking about it ever since. Marion shares her tips and tricks on her blog for this gorgeous block!
This is a fast, easy kid-sized quilt that uses most of 1 layer cake with 2 simple blocks on repeat. It is a fast one for sure!
Lindsey is so dang clever with her quilt patterns and this is no exception. It is such a fun baby quilt and I have plans to figure out how to make it a mini reeeeeally soon!
Melanie’s super clever use of a charm pack ends up being an even more clever quilt!
That’s it for now! There are SOOOOO many awesome, free quilt tutorials out there if you are needing something. I hope this was helpful as you are planning out future projects!