Did you want some free easy quilting patterns?
Want to work a project that’s fast, but the end result will be pretty too?
Here at QuiltingSupport, we completely understand that desire. That’s why so many of our free patterns that you can find here are easy and fast.
Most of our projects can be completed in less than four hours. Now that’s fast. They also look good to, so you’ll actually want to do some of our patterns more than once.
We’ll go over a few of our quilting designs and the simple steps to complete most of them.
Here’s a list of some of our easiest free easy quilting patterns. If you would like to learn more about any or all of them, just click on the corresponding link.
Gecko – Perfect for Kokopelli quilting or for a Southwestern motif.
Mermaid – Something different but beautiful.
Baby Feet – Welcome a little one into this world using the cutest pattern ever.
Ladybug – Cute and simple.
Yin Yang – Elegant balance.
Peace Signs – For the hippie in all of us.
Butterflies – Wicked or traditional, we have them both right here. You can even add a fairy for an additional challenge.
Celtic – Ever wanted to do a Celtic design, but thought it was too complicated. We make it easy for you.
Candy Canes – Three basic candy canes with a bow to help bring in the holidays.
Christmas Scene – Everyone loves presents under the tree. Now you can spread this image to all your loved ones.
The simple steps for most of these designs are as follows:
Save the image and adjust the size if needed.
After you have the pattern printed out, choose your fabrics. Decide what materials will be for the pattern and what will be the background fabric.
Then trace the design on to some fusible. We prefer Heat n Bond because it’s high quality, extremely affordable, and easy.
If this is the brand you choose, use ultra-hold for non-washable wall hangings and lite-hold for anything that will see the washer and a needle.
The lite-hold is the only one that can be stitched down. We don’t want to gum up your needles or cause a fun project to be the one to make you scream at the top of your lungs. Don’t want to scare the neighbors. ;)
Next, cut out your design on the outer line or around the drawn line.
Place the design on the back of the desired fabric. Make sure the adhesive side is against the wrong side of the material. It could get messy if the adhesive side touches the iron. Yuck.
Then, with a medium hot iron, press the fusible and count to 3.
Now that the fusible is on the fabric, cut fabric along the inner lines. This particular step is what helps the designs look so good and have less fraying or whiskers on the edges.
After that is accomplished, arrange the applique in the ideal position on the background fabric.
Got the perfect fit?
Wonderful. Iron press the piece into place to the count of 5.
Once that is finished it’s time to stitch it down with a satin stitch if you planned to do so. This is done with a tight zigzag stitch.
Woohoo, your quilting block is complete.
There you have it, some free easy quilting patterns just for you. Remember to sign up for our monthly e-zine to get a new free pattern every month. We also keep you up to date on the other free patterns that were added the month previous.
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Until next time.
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