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Category: Modern Quilting

Should You Mark On Your Quilts?

Spoiler Alert: I DO!

The verdict is still out in the quilting community on whether it is harmful or good practice to mark on your quilts. I see this debate frequently on different quilting groups. Some swear by it and others chose to never pick up the marker. Today, I want to express to you why I chose to mark on my quilts and how it may improve your accuracy more than you think.

Don’t worry, it’ll all come out in the wash.

I’m sure if you’ve been in quilting Facebook groups you’ve noticed by now that members love to share horror stories of ruining quilts using one product or another. I’ve seen a few related to marking pens, but each time I scroll through the comments I find that most people were using a water-soluble ONLY pen. Which washes out in 95% of cases. Not many of those with horror stories had used a combo air erase + water-soluble.

Use a disappearing ink + water soluable pen.

I primarily work with white fabric, specifically the white 100% yardage from Walmart or Kona Cotton Solids. These two fabrics are of varying degrees of quality and have all responded AWESOMELY to disappearing ink (quilting specialty) pens. Plus when you pop it in the wash for the first time, any marks are SURE to be gone.

You know, come to think of it, I can’t remember the last quilt I made that wasn’t mostly white or neutral! I think it’s time for me to break out some deeper colors going into Fall…. but that is for another blog post!

What I Use: the Clover Dritz Dual Marking Pen

What I love about this pen is that it has both water-erasing ink and air-disappearing ink for quilting fabric. It works like a charm on white fabrics and is excellent in disappearing quickly.

How Marking Improves Accuracy

  1. Keep those seams lined up.
  2. Half-sqaure triangles and flying geese are so EASY with the marking method.
  3. You don’t have to constantly refer back to your ruler!

Other Methods

Chalk Marking

Iron Erasing

Let me know in the comments below what you do to mark on your quilts to improve your accuracy!

xoxo Quincy with The Contemporary Quilter

Do You Struggle to Finish Quilt Projects? Read this.

The struggle to finish quilt projects is real.

I can’t tell you how often I go through my quilt studio to “purge” or find a fabric I misplaced and dig through the unfinished projects graveyard. These projects give my heart a little ping of sadness when I come across them.

It always used to start the same way, I’d have good intentions and would be excited to put together the materials for the project. I’d read the pattern and cut out the quilt. Then…. time would pass and it would sit as I bounced from project to project. Getting a small portion of each project done, but feeling a bit overwhelmed.

This is multiplied during the Holiday season each year. I always think “I need to make quilted presents for my family, maybe something as small as a pot holder to a mini quilt.” Yet, 1 month later I find myself at the checkout line at some department store such as Hobby Lobby or HomeGoods, purchasing a gift because of the stress and time crunch.

Does this sound like you too? If you struggle to finish quilt projects drop a comment below. I’d love some camaraderie in the stress of being creative during the holiday season!

Anyhoo, this sparked me to look into how I can better tackle the exciting projects that I have in my quilt room.

Here are the options I found that significantly improved my ability to get projects done quickly!

1. Implement a quilt planner.

If you’re like me, I found that there has been a rash of “quilt/project planners” on the market. At first I was a bit skeptical of the idea, preferring to use my current/ personal life planner to have all my thoughts in one place. Then I realized the value in separating different areas of your life! These cute little planners are a fun way to separate your quilting from your work/personal schedule.

Check out these options below that are super cute! I do earn a small commission from an purchase made through links.

These quilt planners can be an awesome way to organize your quilting life! Additionally several of these contain handy quilt measurement charts and special pages made to track your progress in quilting. This is especially important when you are looking to organize your projects by the size/difficulty/time it will *realistically* take you to complete it!

2. Complete Your Smallest Unfinished Project First – then move on

One of the biggest mistakes I made when it came to unfinished projects was trying to tackle the largest projects first. Ultimately this makes it more difficult because you feel slightly less motivated and accomplished. Because (if you are like me) there are a plethora of small projects staring at you from the corner. Even though tackling a big step for a larger quilt is definitely an accomplishment, it just FEELS GOOD to get a project fully done, bound, and in use.

This is why I recommend tackling your smallest projects first to get you motivated to tackle the biggest unfinished ones. This will leave less clutter floating around your sewing area and more clarity to tackle the big projects with ease!

3. Don’t Cut Into that Nice, New Quilt Kit You Bought Until ALL Your Loose Ends are Wrapped Up.

We have ALL been there. A cute little fat quarter bundle is all wrapped up with a brand new pattern just BEGGING to be cut out. Yet as you reach for the rotary cutter eager to start a new project, a stack of unfinished projects are still waiting on you!

Don’t do it y’all!! Finish your unfinished business and you will feel so much better starting that new project.

The satisfaction of starting a new quilt kit is overwhelming but it is so much sweeter, when you have all your loose ends tied up and done.

You and your stash will thank you, if you follow this rule!

4. If You Don’t Like It, Don’t Finish It.

Plain and simple. If you struggle to finish your quilt projects and bought a quilt pattern + fabric 4 years ago and it is no longer your style/jam/tooting your horn then LET IT GO! Now let’s not be wasteful, if you can scrap out the fabric and filter it through the stash or sell it online on Facebook Marketplace, do that.

Don’t waste your time working on a project that doesn’t bring you joy. If you don’t enjoy the process, than the end result won’t be as exciting as it could be. And let’s face it, it’ll be really, really hard to finish a project well if your heart is not in it!

5. Get it done.

Alright, you made it to the bottom of this blog post and it’s time for your to turn the sewing machine on and get going! Be sure and post your current project on my FB Group here!

Let’s motivate each other and get all our stuff done!

xoxo Quincy with The Contemporary Quilter


motivation to stop struggle to finish quilt projects

An Unlikely Hero: Painters Tape

4 Simple Machine Quilting Designs

As an unlikely hero, painters tape is used in a variety of craft projects, wall painting, and any other “sticky tape” needs! 🙂

As a longtime send the finished quilt top to the longarmer and forget it kinda gal, learning to quilt on my domestic machine has been quite a process. While I absolutely love the distinct look of longarming on a quilt top, spending $150-$200 per quilt was not feasible when I am completing an average of 3-5 quilts per month. Yes, that means it would cost me between $450-$1000 per month to have these serviced.

I do earn a small commission on links on this page, however they are all products in my sewing studio I use often.

Learning how to machine quilt has been *quite* the process. Artistic expression does not come naturally to me. I often find it difficult to master quick curves, feathers, and loops. Often ending up with unruly stitches or lopsided designs.

However!!

As I am determined to prevail and master machine quilting, I have determined the beauty in straight line quilting designs using *drum roll* painters tape! You’d be amazed at how well this sticky straight edge can help you get your points on point! Besides being able to stick and re-stick it, this straight edge makes it easier as a machine quilting learner to excel! Sometimes, I use this trick just to practice my lines on scrap fabric.

Hint hint: painters tape can also be used to practice your 1/4″ seams.

I have compiled four fun straight-line machine quilting designs that I hope help you along on your journey! Be sure and connect with me through Instagram or Facebook to let me know which one worked best for you or which is your favorite!

All images below are swipe-able! Check out the before and after!


Design #1: Straight Sally

Step 1: Elongate that stitch, I brought my stitch length out to 4.5 on my Bernina, using my 97D Quilting/Piecing Foot.

Step 2: Layout your painters tape between blocks or along the section of quilt you want to run a straight line.

Step 3: Sew just on the outside edge of the painters tape (it’s okay if you accidentally sew on the blue a little bit, this can be picked away at the end, it will come off super easy).

Step 4: Repeat, repeat, repeat to your hearts desire!

Design #2: “X” Marks the Spot

Step 1: Keep stitch length at a standard 2.5, longer stitch lengths are generally not as desirable with this one unless you are hand quilting.

Step 2: Set painters tape corner to corner on one block and sew down the edge of the painters tape.

Step 3: Remove tape and reposition to the opposite corner to corner of the block. Sew down tape again.

Step 4: Remove tape and enjoy! I usually repeat this across all the blocks on my given quilt for maximum “tackage” (yes, I just made that up) and a uniform look!

Design #3: Stripey Stripey Where are thou?

Are you over my design names yet? Oh don’t wait, I’ve got more.

Step 1: Tear off several pieces of painters tape in varying sizes, keeping in mind the total size of the block you are quilting.

Step 2: Place the painters tape pieces on the block from smallest to largest as shown below.

Step 3: Pick a size of the painters tape for desired stripes, (I chose the right side). Sew down each piece of tape on that side

Step 4: Remove the tape and look at these super straight lines!

Note: You could rotate this design on each quilt block for an even more fun grand design!

Design #4: It’s a Bird, no it’s a Plane!

Haha, I didn’t even know what to name this one but each section reminds me of the little “v” birds we all made in art class in elementary.

Step 1: Tear off two same size pieces of tape. Arrange them in a v shape across the edges stopping in the center.

Step 2: Repeat step one on the opposite side of the block.

Step 3: Remove tape and check out your cool little “flying geese-like” design.


If straight lines are not your style check out the selection of Creative Grids Machine Quilting Rulers I carry!

As an unlikely hero: painters tape is my new favorite machine quilting tool!

Trellis Quilt by Cluck Cluck Sew: Pattern Review

Let’s start with my extreme excitement to share with you how much I can RAVE about this quilt pattern. The Trellis Quilt by Cluck Cluck Sew is a gorgeous, geometric pattern. From the cutting directions to sewing the blocks together, constructing this quilt was a breeze.

This jelly roll and layer cake friendly quilt is the perfect addition to your quilt stack! Currently I am thinking about tying this quilt and then binding it rather than traditionally quilting it! While I do enjoy quilting on my machine or tackling hand quilting, I purchased an arrangement of colorful embroidery threads from Amazon that I am going to use to do an “ombre” tying on this quilt! I recommend you give it a shot too, it is less time consuming for sure!

I chose to do mine in a fun rainbow/ombre pattern which ended up coming out exactly how I wanted! I used this jelly roll designed by V and Co. with Moda Fabrics! I have it linked below (I do earn a small commission from links)!

Scroll through to see some cute pictures of my Trellis Quilt!

One of the best features of this pattern is that it does not require any special tools and can be accomplished with a standard 6 1/2″x 24 1/2″ gridded ruler. My favorite is this one by Creative Grids, but all will work well with this pattern.

Beyond having a good, “grippy” ruler you should also consider a good ruler to square up the blocks with. However, this pattern makes it super easy to get nearly perfect on each block and I did not have to trim them up too much.

I highly recommend this super fun and bright pattern, the Trellis Quilt by Cluck Cluck Sew! Check it out at the link below if you are looking for a super fun new quilting project!

xoxo Quincy


3 Ways to Avoid Cutting Wonky Quilt Pieces

How many times have you started cutting out a quilt and worried about how the finished product is going to match up? I know personally I worried about this A LOT especially when the pattern is complicated and it includes triangles and points! This post is aimed at offering you 3 ways to avoid cutting wonky quilt pieces which will in return make your quilts straighter and easier to work with!

When I began my quilting career roughly ~10 years ago~ I learned the importance of having the right tools to get the job done. When I picked out my first quilting tools for my first sampler quilt, I luckily had the guidance of my local quilt store. However, several of my first cutting tools were not the most user friendly and I struggled with accuracy.

My initial inaccuracies were all part of the learning curve of quilting! These 3 ways to avoid cutting wonky quilt pieces are essential for any quilter to know! This became more and more apparent as I started tackling more difficult quilt blocks and techniques.

Tip #1: Use a Rotary Cutter!

For all those seasoned quilters out there this might seem like an obvious tip, however I do not think it can be said enough! When I began quilting I tried using a pair of Fiskers scissors. This did not bode well for me and I found it almost impossible to cut a nice straight line! Without these straight lines it was super difficult to have a consistent seam and put together individual quilt blocks.

With this in mind, I recommend a quality rotary cutter such as the Olfa 45mm or 60mm. Fiskers also offers a price competitive option, however I do find it does roll a little less smoothly. That being said it is an excellent rotary cutter for the beginner. It also comes in a 45mm or 60mm!

Tip #2 Press Your Seams Open, For No More Wonky Quilt Pieces!

Let’s talk about the dreaded -~seam pressing~- I am guilty as charged for frequently not pressing my seams open! (I know.. shocking!) For several years, I would press my seams to one side with an iron rather than pressing the seams open. When my world opened up to the “pressing seams open club” my seams lined up straighter and my blocks improved immeasurably! I personally use a baby pink Oliso iron for pressing seams open!

This iron is absolutely incredible and a staple for any seam pressing or as a travel iron!

Tip #3 Use a 1/4″ Quilting Foot or Physical Guide!

My final tip from this blog post is the importance of making sure your quilting seams are exactly 1/4″ each time you sew. Every sewing machine is different, don’t underestimate the differences you may find between different sewing machine brands and the type of thread and needle that runs best in that sewing machine. This can drastically effect your seam length and integrity. Using a thread like Aurifil Mako 50wt, is often a good choice to eliminate issues that cheaper threads can cause.

Personally, I have a Bernina 750 QE and I use the 97D foot which makes a great 1/4″ seam! This foot (or a similarly designed one for your style of machine,) works wonders along with a magnetic seam guide like this one! I personally use the Groves Seam Guide and absolutely love its happy little face!

Thank you for hanging with me today and I hope that these suggestions are helpful and find you in good spirits and health! Let me know below in the comments how these different techniques work for you and if there are other products you prefer for getting your seams straight!

Also check out this blog post 5 Must Have Quilting Notions You Can Find On Amazon for more tips and tricks!

xoxo Quincy

The Best Modern Quilt Books on Amazon

As a hub of amazing quilt products, Amazon also offers the best modern quilt books from your favorite designers. Also sometimes it gives you the opportunity to purchase the book directly from the designer. Amazon’s ability to direct traffic towards the designers while offering a wide selection of books, makes it my go-to source for quilting books.

Now….this is nothing against quilt shops, as a small online retailer of quilting products, it is nearly impossible to offer a wide selection of quilting books and also not get in too deep in overhead.

This is why I LOVE Amazon, because I can direct my readers to their reasonably priced books directly from the designer or publisher without having to stock an inventory of books.

Because books can be a little more on the pricey side, Amazon is often able to offer the most price competitive and comprehensive amount of books, partly due to the cost of the production of books and quantities. While I occasionally offer modern quilting books in my online shop I choose to offer a few that I use frequently but direct many to Amazon for other amazing books! With that being said I do earn a small commission on the books links below, however, I do LOVE all of these books!

I am telling you all this because I am excited to create this list of incredible modern quilting books.

Without further ado let’s get into the books!


The Modern Quilt Bible by Elizabeth Betts

This is an INCREDIBLE and comprehensive modern quilting book. One of my favorite parts of this book is the versatility and simplicity. The hallmark of this book is using clean lines, circles, and color to create modern quilts. It is crucial to highlight that this book can be a *tad* bit overwhelming because there are so many different pattern options. If you are anything like me you’d know that this can make it a bit difficult to choose between so many fun options. Regardless, this is a staple book for the modern quilter and an excellent choice to introduce into your quilting space.


Tula Pink’s City Sampler: 100 Modern Quilt Blocks

There have been MANY quilt alongs featuring this book, and it is super fun! Although the blocks are small, they are versatile and easy to create. I made a small baby sized quilt from this book and loved the look of it! (Unironically I also used Tula Pink’s Free Spirit Fabric line for the blocks as well!) This is a great book for modern quilt block inspiration, along with a fun modern sampler quilt!


Patchwork City: 75 Innovative Blocks for the Modern Quilter By Elizabeth Hartman

This book, released in 2014, is an ode to the brilliant patterns of Elizabeth Hartman. I consider her a “darling” of the modern quilting community and personally one of my greatest influences. Her patterns are simple and chic and often connect to the natural world. I enjoy this book because it is closer to a cityscape or perhaps a little different take on her usual patterns. In this book there are 6 different sampler quilts offered and a ton of fun and inspirational quilt blocks.


Quilt with Tula and Angela: A Start-to-Finish Guide to Piecing and Quilting Using Color and Shape

This collab between Tula Pink and Angela Walters is one of my favorites of all time. Within this book is one of the “cutest” and most fun skull quilt patterns. It is both whimsical and offers smooth lines of symmetry. Be sure and give this book a whirl, I personally keep it on my coffee table/ottoman because I love thumbing through it!


Mini Wonderful Curves: 16 Seasonal Quilt Projects Using the QCR By Sew Kind of Wonderful

Last but not least is one of my all time favorite books. Mini Wonderful Curves is a NECESSARY companion to the Quick Curve Ruler – Mini which can be found in my shop here along with the book. I LOVE this book and how easy it makes curved piecing. I have had way too much fun with this book and I am currently planning my next project to come from this book! Wish me luck, and as always , I’ll keep you updated with the progress. If you’ve ever wanted to tackle curved piecing without all the difficulties, give this one a try!

Also the full sized Quick Curve Ruler can be found here!


I hope you find these books useful and enjoy them as much as I do! That’s all for today!

xoxo Quincy


5 Must Have Quilting Notions You Can Find on Amazon

Let’s be honest, we all love Amazon especially the Prime shipping they offer! Personally, I have shopped their site for a long time. As a longtime quilter I have been on a journey to find some amazing quilting notions to use in my projects, and below I have some recommendations.

I’ll be honest, some quilting notions are flops and others are incredible and get daily usage in my studio.

I have tried many different rotary blades, quilting pins + clips, and threads and have come to use several products consistently. Every brand has its own quality and price point, however, I believe I have found the “sweet spot” for quilting notions and affordability. Because, believe me, the last thing I want to do is spend $$$ on quilting products that are not useful for most quilting projects or there is a better and cheaper alternative product.

Quilting notions, including self-healing mat and Olfa

Olfa 60mm Rotary Blade + Self-Healing Cutting Mat 18″x 24″

I hope this basic guide is useful to you and provides some good product recommendations to stock in your quilting room!

On all the links below I do get #comissionsearned on products, I really appreciate your support if you think these notions may work for you! I personally use all of these products in my quilting studio and have found them to make my life much much easier!

1. Clover Jumbo Wonder Clips

An absolute joy, these clear and green clips are extra large and PERFECT for clipping and rolling binding. These are nearly essential anytime I am doing binding or doing machine quilting.

Also check out these small and colorful Wonder Clips for piecing!

2. The Original Thread Cutter by Sunflower Quilts

This cute little thread cutter is amazing for any chain piecing you may do. Chain piecing is the act of sewing one block after another on a domestic sewing machine without clipping any threads. You can then use this tool to cut the thread between the blocks QUICKLY!

3. Dritz Dual Purpose Marking Pen, Blue and Purple

As the best marking pen offered on the market with two different types of disappearing ink in one pen! The Blue Mark-B-Gone side is a water-soluble ink. The Purple side disappears in the air and is water soluble. Having these two options makes this pen extremely effective and perfect for quilting and sewing.

4. Aurifil Mako Cotton Thread 50WT – White

This is the gold-standard for quilting cotton thread. I purchase both the individual spools and the three pack offered by Amazon. This thread performs incredibly in my Bernina 750QE and has ran through all my previous quilting machines awesomely.

5. Dahle Vantage Self-Healing Cutting Mat – 18″x 24″

As a recent purchase of mine this is the Dahle Self-Healing Cutting Mat, I have found that it out performs my Olfa Self-Healing Cutting Mat everyday. I was pretty excited for this product as I received it as a Christmas gift. Yay! I am very excited to share this product with you and hope you find it to be as amazing as I have!

I hope this has been helpful! Drop a comment below and let me know what notions work best for you or how you use these in your quilting space.

-xoxo Quincy (with The Contemporary Quilter)

3 Fabric Storage Solutions For Easy Access

Read now for 3 fabric storage solutions! Have you ever been looking in your sewing space and wondered if there is a better way to store your fabric outside of stacking your yardage on top of itself?

I have!

Fear not, I put together my favorite “fun” 3 fabric storage solutions. I found that stores such as Hobby Lobby and HomeGoods were great resources for fun storage solutions. Specifically baskets!

Without further ado!

1. Food/Drink Storage Boxes From Sam’s Club/Costco

Good ol Bigelow Tea! One of my favorite boxes has become my Bigelow Green Tea box, originally purchased in Sam’s Club.

This perfect box measures roughly 11”x8.5”x3.5” and can fit fat quarter bundles, charm packs, mini charms, or random yardage! After I was done drinking all my green tea I couldn’t bring myself to throw away this cute little box. As a sucker for bright colors I thought about ways in which I could repurpose this box and VOILA, it went straight to the quilting studio!

This gave me a new perspective on all the boxes and containers that I end up with from Sam’s Club, it opens up a new world of storage solutions!

Pictured FQ Bundles: Andina & Velvet.

2. The Classic ArtBin or Clear Plastic Latching Box

The ArtBin is a classic crafty storage solution. Although they are a bit pricey, especially if you are putting all your fabric in these project boxes, they are perfect because you can easily SEE exactly what is in each box!

Get this awesome ArtBin 3 pack here! #comissionsearned

Coming in at 14”x14.75”x3.5” this is perfect for fat quarter bundles, jelly rolls, layer cakes, etc! Additionally the latches keep the fabric secure and the bin can easily be wiped out and cleaned of threads.

Pictured is FQ Bundles: The Flower Society & Andina.

3. Decorative Storage Bins

These bins are some of my personal favorites and they can be found at Hobby Lobby or HomeGoods. What makes these so perfect is that they can match your *aesthetic* which means you can get designs perfect for your space.

This bin I purchased many years ago and love looking at it on my shelf! Currently it houses my quilt block rejects that will get sewn into a quilt eventually! Like I said, I like to try an up cycle my rejected quilt blocks whenever I can!

I hope you found this block post useful for your quilting space, let me know your perfect storage solutions in the comments!

xoxo Quincy

T-Shirt Quilt Tips and Tricks

#1 Use Interfacing (you seriously cannot go without this)!

My recommendation: Pellon SF 101 ShapeFlex

#comissionsearned

Interfacing is an essential part of the T-Shirt Quilt process. Without it and the shirts turn into a stretchy, wadded, wrinkly MESS! These T-Shirt quilt tips and tricks will assist you in navigating this type of quilt. Trust me on this one, SF 101 ShapeFlex works perfectly with its iron-on fusible backing. Be sure to use fusible interfacing that works with the heat setting on your iron. Some have different heating requirements to be mindful of. SF 101 is the perfect weight for backing to stabilize the T-Shirts. If you go thicker you may risk the quilt being rigid and not “cuddly.” Any thinner and the T-Shirts may not hold their shape when they are being sewed together row-by-row.

#2 Sashing is Essential!

Every great T-Shirt quilt has a thin or thick sashing between each stabilized T-Shirt. I opted for a white/light brown polka dot 3″ wide sashing. This put the sashing at 2.5″ wide finished in the quilt accounting for 1/4 inch seams. Check out these fabrics for a possible FQ-friendly ombre sashing!

#3 Layout the Quilt Before Sewing

When you begin sewing the T-Shirt quilt together be sure and layout the T-Shirts before, you never know which ones will look best next to each other!

#4 Use 1/4″ seams (not 1/2″ seams)

Using the standard 1/4″ seams is perfect. They are not too bulky and secure the T-Shirts nicely without any thread or integrity issues. In my opinion using a 1/2″ seam makes it too bulky!

T-Shirt Quilt Cutting Example

I hope these tips find you well and they are useful for you in your T-Shirt quilt endeavors, check out my Instagram in the days to come for my finished T-Shirt quilt. You can also check out my Youtube video for more T-Shirt quilt tips and tricks and a showing of the final pieced quilt top!

XOXO Quincy

10 Free Modern Quilt Patterns You NEED to Download!

Have you ever been looking for some gorgeous quilt patterns, but don’t want to commit to the $10-$15 design price tag? Look no further! There are multiple entirely FREE modern quilt patterns online, you just have to learn where to look for them!

Many well-known fabric designers including:

  • Free Spirit Fabrics
  • Riley Blake Designs
  • Robert Kaufmann Fabrics
  • Andover Fabrics

Often have their designers such as Riley Blake or Tula Pink create free patterns to promote their new fabric lines that roll out throughout the year. These patterns are released to the sewing community and can often be found in archives or collections on their websites.

I hope that this list is useful to you in your next project! I am always open to feedback and think I may do a part 2 and part 3 for even more pattern inspirations available online!

So without further a-do I collected 10 of my favorite free modern quilt patterns!

1. Color Card Hearts by Elise Lea from RK

Color Card Hearts PDF Quilt Pattern

Click here for the link to the PDF.

2. Churn Plus by Elise Lea From RK

Churn Plus PDF Quilt Pattern

Click here for the link to the PDF.

3. Butterfly Garden by Riley Blake Designs

Butterfly Garden PDF Quilt Pattern

Click here for the link to the PDF.

4. Rainbow Waves by Free Spirit Fabrics

Rainbow Waves PDF Quilt Pattern

Click here for the link to the PDF.

5. Plaid on Point by Jennifer Rossotti

Plaid on Point PDF Quilt Pattern

Click here for the link to the PDF.

6. Wilderness by Art Gallery Fabrics

Wilderness PDF Quilt Pattern

Click here for the link to the PDF pattern.

7. Basic Mixology 2018 by Studio M

Basic Mixologie 2018 PDF Quilt Pattern

Click here for the link to the PDF pattern.

8. Big Charmer Quilt By Free Spirit Fabrics

Big Charmer Quilt PDF Quilt Pattern

Click here for the link to the PDF pattern.

9. Tangled by Red Pepper Quilts

Tangled PDF Quilt Pattern

Click here for the link to the PDF pattern.

10. Pique Nique by Suzanne Paquette of Atelier Six

Pique Nique PDF Quilt Pattern

Click here for the link to the PDF pattern.