Patterns for Donation Quilts

Here are some quick and easy patterns which can be used to make quilts for Northeast Parent and Child or for donation to Injured Soldiers.

*NEW* Scrappy Disappearing 9-Patch - Instructions on how us 6″ or 6 1/2″ squares to make a Disappearning 9-Patch quilt.  This pattern can be adapted to be used with any size square.   Using the same fabric for all the center squares ties the quilt together nicely, or you can use all different fabrics for a true scrappy look.   Whatever you decide, you will be quite pleased with the results.

*NEW* Simple Scrap Quilt - This is a great way to use up all those small scraps of fabric you just can’t bear to part with.  Directions are for a 54″ X 72″ quilt using 8 1/2″ blocks, but you can use the basic concept for creating blocks from scraps to make any number of scrappy quilts.  Have fun!

Alternating Block Basketweave – Instructions on how to assemble a kit (yardage requirements included) and construct a 54″ X 72″ quilt for big kids made from 2 1/2″ strips. As with the Basketweave pattern, rotate the blocks and select various color pallets to create many different “looks” for this quilt. Yardage for backing included.

Around the Twist – Instructions on how to assemble a kit (yardage requirements included) and construct a 52″ X 72″ quilt for big kids. Does not include yardage for backings, which we ask that you include.

Basketweave – Instructions on how to assemble a kit (yardage requirements included) and construct a 54″ X 72″ quilt for big kids made from 2 1/2″ strips. Rotate the blocks and select various color pallets to create many different “looks” for this quilt. Yardage for backing included.

Buckeye Beauty 16″ Block - Instructions on how to make a 16″ Buckeye Beauty block. This is a great ‘starter block’ from which to grow a quilt. Twelve of these blocks laid out 3 X 4 will make a 48 X 64″ quilt top and that’s without sashing or borders. Pattern does not include yardage for bindgin and backing, which we ask that you include.

Cobblestone Quilt – 9-Patch & Snowball – Instructions on how to assemble a kit (yardage requirements included) and construct a 50″ X 68″ quilt for big kids. Does not include yardage for backings, which we ask that you include.

Country Stars Scrap Quilt – Instructions on how to assemble a kit (yardage requirements included) and construct a 51″ X 75″ quilt for big kids. Does not include yardage for backings, which we ask that you include.

Crossed Stars – Instructions on how to assemble a kit (yardage requirements included) and construct a 51″ X 75″ quilt for big kids. Does not include yardage for backings, which we ask that you include.

Easy Scrap Blocks – Ideas for turning your scraps into quilts.

Ever-Rising Star Quilt – Instructions on how to assemble a kit (yardage requirements included) and construct a 48″ X 72″ (without border) quilt for big kids. Does not include yardage for backings, which we ask that you include.

Happy Days – Instructions on how to assemble a kit (yardage requirements included) and construct a 52″ X 76″ quilt for big kids. Does not include yardage for backings, which we ask that you include.

Happy Kids – Instructions on how to assemble a kit (yardage requirements included) and construct a 50″ X 68″ quilt for big kids using 9″ finished “Contrary Wife” blocks. Does not include yardage for backings, which we ask that you include.

Happy Kids Quilt 2 – Instructions on how to assemble a kit (yardage requirements included) and construct a 50″ X 68″ quilt for big kids using 9″ finished “Contrary Wife” blocks. Does not include yardage for backings, which we ask that you include.

Nine Patch Quilt – Instructions on how to assemble a kit (yardage requirements included) and construct a 45″ X 63″ quilt for big kids using 9″ finished blocks. Also includes instructions for a 42″ X 60″ quilt for little kids using 6″ finished blocks. Does not include yardage for backings, which we ask that you include.

Our Old Standby: The Nine-Patch Quilt – Another set of instructions on how to assemble a kit (yardage requirements included) and construct a 54″ X 72″ quilt for big kids using 9″ finished blocks. Also includes instructions for a 42″ X 60″ quilt for little kids using 6″ finished blocks. Does not include yardage for backings, which we ask that you include.

Pieced-Hearts Quilt – Instructions on how to assemble a kit (yardage requirements included) and construct a 55″ X 70″ quilt for big kids using 12″ finished blocks. Also includes instructions for a 46″ X 59″ quilt for little kids using 9″ finished blocks. Does not include yardage for backings, which we ask that you include.

Rail Fence - Instructions on how to assemble a kit (yardage requirements included) and construct a 54″ X 66″ Rail Fence quilt for big kids.

Square Deal – Instructions on how to assemble a kit (yardage requirements included) and construct a 53″ X 66″ quilt for big kids using a 12″ block.

Strip Around the World - This is a great scrap quilt for it uses continuous strips of fabric that wrap their way around a center rectangle. You can make this quilt as large as you want. These instructions make a finished top 42″ X 60″ for a little kid quilt. At the end of the instructions, you will find modifications to turn this into a 54″ X 72″ for big kids.