Learn to make a complete quilt from start to finish including cutting, piecing, basting, machine quilting and binding. Scroll down to find your favorite quilt and click the link for each set of posts.
Squiggles 50″ x 63
This is the perfect quilt if you need a fast finish! The pattern is included in my book Piece and Quilt with Precuts. It can be made from 5″ charms or 10″ squares + the background fabric.
Squiggles version made from Christa’s first fabric line, Modern Marks from Benartex.
- Week 1 – Gathering Fabrics and Cutting
- Week 2 – Making the Blocks
- Week 3 – Assembling the Quilt Top
- Week 4 –Batting & Backing
- Week 5 – Basting
- Week 6 – Machine Quilting
- Week 7 –Binding
Original Squiggles Quilt from Piece and Quilt with Precuts
Simple Strips 48″ x 60″
Facets 63″ x 70″
Quilt Along with the most popular design from my book, Machine Quilting with Style. Choose your favorite solids or prints and make your own fabric to create a truly one-of-a-kind quilt!
Paper Pieced Quilt Along 64″ x 80″
This block design was inspired by a traditional Dresden Plate. I reinterpreted it in EQ7 using hard edges and sharp angles rather than soft curves and circles
Abacus 32″ x 32″
Hugs ‘n Kisses 48″ x 64″
Whether you like hugs, kisses or both, you can customize it to make it your own!
Sea of Squares 51″ x 58″
Inspired by Moda precuts, this easy to piece design is fun to quilt!
Charming Chevrons 46″ x 54″
My first modern quilt! PDF pattern available for sale here.
Baby Bricks 43″ x 47″
See how different a quilt can look depending on the fabrics and quilting.
The Jolly Jelly Roll Quilt 51″ x 51″
With a Jelly Roll and a yard of fabric, you can whip up this sassy quilt in no time at all!
String of Pearls 66″ x 66″
Showcase your favorite fabrics with this graphic design! PDF pattern available for sale here.
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All of these patterns are my original ideas and designs. However, since I love to share, I encourage you to make these quilts, love them, and share them.
Please don’t print off the patterns to sell as they are protected under copyright.
If you would like to teach any of these patterns as a class, please contact me directly for permission and wholesale pattern inquiries.