Valentines Day is fast approaching and I am seeing hearts everywhere! Here are 6 free heart quilt patterns that I have rounded up for you that are cute, cute, cute<3
I hope you find these inspiring! Just click on the link.
I Heart Chevrons by Modern Handcraft
Pixelated Heart by Blue Elephant Stitches for Robert Kaufman Fabrics
Candy Hearts by Gigi’s Thimble for Moda Bakeshop
Huggable Table Topper Pattern by Jocelyn Ueng for Fat Quarter Shop
Looking for something a little smaller….
Heart Pot Holder by A Spoonful of Sugar Designs
Valentines Canvas Tutorial by Quilt Story(ok, this is not a quilt pattern…but it’s just too cute!)
These have totally got my wheels turning….I got a Twice as Nice by Riley Blake Layer Cake for Christmas and it is full of pinks and reds. I am going to make something!
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What a great collection of some great items Paula…Thanks!
Very cool collection Paula! I have some pinks and reds that are so not me! Can’t wait to get into them after the three quilts in front of them. Maybe next Valentines day!
The first one is adorably sweet! I also have seen those potholders before and they keep getting pushed aside;) I made a heart mini out of HST’s recently.
I love the candy hearts. Thanks for making the free patterns available. I lill be making this one.
Thanks for pulling these together for us, Paula! Love those hearts!
Very cute! I hope I get some sewing time soon! I love the chevron one! Thanks for doing our legwork! :)
What a fun and generous post!
Thanks so much for these, a bit of inspiration always helps!
I really am crazy about these and thank you so much for sharing them. Now which one to do first! Thank you gain!
Wonderful love and great tutorials – all of them. Thanks for sharing all of them. You are amazing. I saw your guest post and it is fab-u-lous.
Hi there Paula,
I have been asked to make a quilt x 2 for a set of twin girls. The squares have been already cutout by their mother at 4″square. I am asking for a little bit of guidance please.
Would it be in my best interest to place 9 pieces sewn together and ironed on double-sided stabiliser then placed on a piece of “quilter’s muslin” for better support? I would like to do a sashing between each 9 block set.
I was also prepared join each muslin supported block to each other without using sashing at all.
What other suggestion do you consider would be appropriate considering each piece will end up being 3.1/2″ when sewn together?
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