Free Fairy Quilt Patterns are a little girls dream. I made one for my grand daughter (see below) and she loved it even though it was not in soft pink or purple. When searching for quilts with fairy designs on them to place on my site I found that there were not many to choose from. So I added angels and pixies as well. Most of these patterns use fabric panels and when looking in several quilt shops they all had a range of angel and fairy panels.
Michael Miller Fabrics has been the source of most of the patterns below. They offer a great range of fabrics to work with each of the patterns displayed on this page. When you visit their site make sure you view each patterns complete collection of fabrics - just so amazing!
|Pattern courtesy of Michael Miller. Night Flower Faries Quilt Pattern.||Pattern courtesy of Michael Miller. Holiday Flower Fairies Quilt Pattern.||Pattern courtesy of Michael Miller. Periwinkle Fairies Quilt Pattern.|
|Pattern courtesy of Michael Miller. Periwinkle Fairies Softbook Pattern.||Pattern courtesy of Michael Miller. Pixie Wood Squares Quilt Pattern.||Pattern courtesy of Michael Miller. Strawberry Fairy Quilt Pattern.|
|Pattern courtesy of Michael Miller. Golden Angel Quilt Pattern.||Pattern courtesy of Blend. Fairy Garden Quilt Pattern.|
For a range of quilts with fairy designs to view look at the following website:
Arbee Designs Ltd have 2 fairy quilt patterns.
If you would like to create your own fairy design to applique onto a quilt then I suggest you have a look at Creativity Amongst Chaos. Here Cori details her freezer paper applique technique in great detail. Every step is photographed as well. Check out some of her quilts where she has used this method of applique.
Cori's artistic skills are exceptional but if you prefer someone else to draw your applique designs then look in children's coloring books, children's picture books or images on the web. My fairy design came from one of the minky blankets we had bought.