Try this fast quilt project that comes together easily. It's made with pre-cut fabrics that make it easy to put together a quilt quickly. This super simple quilt is perfect for beginners or a great choice when you’re in need of a quick project.
The pattern comes together quickly and makes a lap-sized quilt. I am always amazed at how quickly quilts come together when you use precut fabric like a jelly roll. With this pattern, you can make a quilt top in an afternoon!
This pattern promised a completely quit top in 1 hour! It makes a complicated-looking quilt with a very simple trick. It uses a very unique piecing method involving unpicking seams (on purpose!). It's a great way to use scraps, and it's so fun to see how the different patterns emerge as you go.
The four-patch block is one of my favorite easy quilt blocks! This pattern shows you a speedy way to make four patches -- and by using this method you can crank out a whole stack of blocks in no time! It makes this quilt SO fast to finish!
A quilt with no piecing, you say? It’s simple to make (because the quilt top and backing are both just solid pieces of fabric), but still has lots of interest and texture that comes from the geometric quilting design.
If you hate to measure and prefer to improvise, you'll love this "lazy quilt". This tutorial walks you through the process of creating a unique quilt where no measuring is required, and the pieces can be as big or as small as you want.
Rag quilts are wonderful for a first-time quilting project. They're simple to make, but full of fun texture. Plus, each step in this tutorial has a video to walk you through it - perfect for beginners!
Like a lot of the traditional quilting blocks, the Plus Quilt works with the classic nine-patch pattern, alternating dark and light colors to make a plus-sign. The pattern itself is really versatile, with the opportunity to use just a few alternating fabric patterns or a ton of scraps.
This fun pattern for an arrow-inspired baby quilt is so simple, and easy. It comes together quickly, and can easily be made bigger by adding more blocks. You could also make the blocks bigger if you wanted to make a larger quilt.
Try this modern baby quilt made with the traditional “broken dishes” pattern. This quilt can be made in any color palette imaginable using any quilt-weight fabric. It looks especially lovely with tonal solids.
Sometimes the simplest designs can be the most striking. In this diagonal stripe quilt, long strips of fabric are cut, pieced, and sewn in random order. They come together by chance in striking diagonal lines. The result is a stunning mix of precise lines, subtle color shifts, and random pops of neon!
I love this quilt because it is a beautiful modern design that is also fast to sew up. Depending on the size of your squares, you can make it as a baby quilt, all the way up to an 80″ by 80″ large quilt.
Plus, it's easy to make with pre-cut squares from a layer cake.
This quilt's diagonal lines and tiny pieced diamonds may give the impression of expert quilt making, but the reality is much simpler than that. All you really need is the easiest of building blocks: a basic square… and lots of them!
Check out this dramatic chevron-inspired quilt pattern. It comes with a full tutorial to walk you through every step in the process. And, it includes directions to make different sizes of quilts -- from crib size to king size.
If you are new to quilting, you'll love this easy "cheater" technique for piecing hexagons. You may have heard that hexagons are pretty tricky to piece and the technique is usually not recommended for beginning quilters. But this smart technique is perfect for someone who is new to quilting.
This triangle quilt is very quick to sew and a great project for a beginning quilter. This post isn't a full pattern, exactly, but rather an explanation of the method needed to create a quilt of your own. It's perfect for people who love to improvise!