Click on the image to download a PDF pattern. Most of the patterns are free – a few at the bottom are available for purchase in my Etsy shop, Piecemeal Quilts.
Copyright: This is pretty common sense stuff. Do not mass produce and sell quilts made from my patterns. Print a free pattern in its entirety as many times as you like and share it with your friends or guild. Use it to make quilts for gifts, fundraisers, competition, donation, or to make and sell singly. I’d love it if you send me an email if you’re using it for something special, but you don’t have to. Do not reproduce my instructions in whole or in part and sell them. For purchased patterns, the only additional restriction is that you cannot share the pattern without prior written consent. Please ask – I am open to sharing them depending on the request. It comes down to this: If the way you wish to use it could prevent me from selling a pattern, don’t do it without asking me.
Basket Block of the Month
Alternate Piecing Method for Basket Block 12 Handles (No Paper Piecing)
Basket Block Setting Options
Foundation Pieced Blocks
Freezer Paper Piecing Tutorial
One Seam/Curved Flying Geese Tutorial
Patterns for Sale
The following patterns are available in my Etsy shop. If you don’t see one out there, send me an email and I’ll renew the pattern. Clicking on the images will take you to a larger version in my Flickr photo stream.
The Christmas Cactus Quilt Along files are no longer available for free download. I have put together a PDF that contains instructions for the entire quilt, and it is available for purchase in my Etsy shop. It looks great in other colorways as well:
A log cabin variation, this was my first original quilt pattern, and is still one of my favorites! You can change the design by rotating the blocks.
Alternate settings include (the last adds 12 more blocks for a rectangular setting):
My mom made this quilt from my pattern – I just love the buttery yellow background.
Here are some other views:
Everything Old is New Again
A charm pack friendly pattern, this was my “proof” that traditional patterns look great in modern fabrics. Mom and I both made this quilt, her in very traditional colors and me in more modern colors. Of course I can’t remember the name of either fabric line!
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I’m having difficulty downloading Block 3, is it a problem on my end?? Love these designs. What a beautiful layout quilt you’ve shown!! Thank you.
Melinda, thanks for the heads up – the problem was on my end. The link to block 3 is corrected.
Thanks for the great basket blocks and pp freezer paper turorial, hopefully quilt will be accurate,
Thanks Melinda for great basket blocks and freezer paper tutorial
Just found your site. Love the baskets pattrns. Thank you.
Hi,bought our icicles pattern,but the foundation pattern measures at 5in. not6 tried to copy off website and failed can you help?
I emailed you a PDF of the pattern, along with instructions for printing it at the correct size.
In the Christmas Cactus quilt, block 11 is the same as block 10. Thank you for sharing these great patterns.
Pam, thanks for catching this! I’ve corrected the PDF link on the Patterns page.
Your Pattern Page is marvelous! Easy to navigate and to see everything grouped together is wonderful….
Good Job!! 🙂
you baskets patterns I am going to make a set up for me and another to be used for totebags for breast cancer patients….you are spreading cheer here on a snowy day.
Love your site passed it on to fellow quilters “Downunder” in Australia.
This is wonderful and looks so easy, even I should be able to follow these patterns!
I am downunder in Australia and am so glad I found you. Silvie
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