Free Patchwork Patterns

Following are a stunning selection of free patchwork patterns for you to use. Many have been designed by Amy Butler. I have included a range of different patchwork projects that include quilts, duvet covers, pillows, bags and more.

Each of the patchwork patterns below has been provided by one of the major fabric manufacturing business websites. Any errors in the free patchwork patterns are corrected in time but it would be best to read through the patterns first to avoid this as they take no responsibility for the errors. They are free patterns!

If you do find an error please contact the manufacturer directly so it can be corrected.

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Pattern courtesy of Benartex. Little Koi Blue Quilt Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Benartex. Radience Quilt Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Clothworks. Shasta Quilt Pattern.

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Pattern courtesy of Windham Fabrics. Double Wedding Ring Quilt Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Windham Fabrics. Accent Pillow Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Windham Fabrics. Getaway Bag Pattern.

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Pattern courtesy of Windham Fabrics. Rosette Bunny Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Blend Fabrics. Retro Kitch Quilt Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Blend Fabrics. Natures Simplicity Quilt Pattern.

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Pattern courtesy of Blend Fabrics. Love Birds Quilt Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Blend Fabrics. Floral Waves Quilt Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Blend Fabrics. A La Mode Quilt Pattern.

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Pattern courtesy of Amy Butler. Mid Mod Quilt Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Blend Fabrics. Calypso Kite Tails Quilt Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Amy Butler. Tumble Roses Quilt Pattern.

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Pattern courtesy of Amy Butler. Sweet Greet Cover Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Amy Butler. Sunshine Quilt Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Amy Butler. Sexy Hexy Quilt Pattern.

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Pattern courtesy of Amy Butler. Voile Quilt Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Amy Butler. Voile Pillow Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Amy Butler. Organic Soul Quilt Pattern.

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Pattern courtesy of Amy Butler. Nigella Yoga Bag Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Amy Butler. Nigella Quilt Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Amy Butler. Quilt Cover Pattern.

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Pattern courtesy of Amy Butler. Lotus Brick Path Quilt Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Amy Butler. Lark Quilt Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Amy Butler. Just In Case Quilt Pattern.

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Pattern courtesy of Amy Butler. Ginger Bliss Quilt Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Amy Butler. Hour Glass Quilt Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Amy Butler. Floral Pillows Quilt Pattern.

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Pattern courtesy of Amy Butler. Daisy Chain Quilt Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Amy Butler. Charm Quilt Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Amy Butler. Bloom Quilt Pattern.

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Pattern courtesy of Amy Butler. Belle Quilt Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Amy Butler. August Fields Quilt Pattern. Pattern courtesy of Blend fabrics. Vintage Keepsakes Quilt Pattern.

There are a few tips to remember when sewing your quilts using these free patchwork patterns. Following these will help you avoid some costly mistakes, save you much frustration, time and money!

Patchwork Tips

  1. Read through the entire free patchwork patterns first. This helps you know what you are going to do and for the experienced sewer/quilter you may want to change the way a few things are done. There are always several ways to achieve the same result!
  2. Check you have the right thread(s) and enough of it.
  3. Change the blade on your rotary cutter to ensure crisp and easy fabric cuts.
  4. Place a new needle in your sewing machine. I like to use either a Quilting Needle or a Top Stitch Needle.
  5. Decide whether you need to pre-wash your fabrics or not. Visit pre-washing fabric or not pre-washing fabric for more information about this.
  6. If you have a design wall - clear it so you can place the cut fabric pieces on it to view your quilt before you begin sewing. Alternatively, clear a large space on the floor for the quilt to take shape. This may sound odd but I have several friends that like to alter/personalize every quilt they make.
  7. All seam allowances are sewn at a 1/4" unless otherwise stated in the pattern. So make sure your 1/4" foot is on your sewing machine or that you have a 1/4" guide in place (a piece of tape appropriately placed).

I hope you enjoy all the free patchwork quilt patterns! Remember if you can't find what you are looking for here I have added a supplier list of free patchwork patterns here.


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