Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Free Pattern Day: Attic Windows Quilts

Here are free patterns and tutorials for Attic Windows quilts!  Attic Windows are a great way to showcase special blocks or large prints. They can be constructed with mitered corners or, the easy way, with half-square triangles at the corners. To go to a pattern: Scroll down the page until you see the quilt you like, then click on the words "PDF download" (or the hyperlinked website name) in the title above the quilt.

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Window Display quilt, 36 x 41", free pattern at Robert Kaufman (PDF download)


Bluebell Wood quilt,55 x 57", free pattern by Sally Ablett for Lewis and Irene (PDF download)


Overlooking the Rose Arbor, 42 x 54", free pattern by Marinda Stewart for Michael Miller Fabrics (PDF download)


Star Blossoms quilt, 53 x 65”, free pattern by Kate Colleran for P&B Textiles (PDF download)


Bookshelf quilt, 65 x 74", free pattern at Robert Kaufman (PDF download)

Wicked Eve quilt, 70 x 89", free pattern by Osie Lebowitz for Timeless Treasures (PDF download)


Gulf Breeze quilt, ~42 x 52", free pattern by Nan Baker for Timeless Treasures (PDF download)


A Stitch in Time, 65 x 75", free pattern at Blank Quilting (PDF download)


Spa Therapy quilt, 66 x 66", free pattern by Ellen Maxwell for Michael Miller (PDF download)


Shadow Box quilt, 50 x 66", free pattern by Stitched Together Studios for Benartex (PDF download)


Verity, free quilt pattern by Marinda Stewart at Michael Miller Fabrics (PDF download)


Lovey Buggy quilt, 48 x 57”, free pattern by Wendy Sheppard at Ivory Spring (PDF download)


Snowman in the window quilt, 50 x 50", free pattern by Marinda Stewart for Michael Miller (PDF download


Olive Rose, free quilt pattern by Valori Wells for Free Spirit Fabrics (PDF download)


Christmas Windows, 61 x 61”, free pattern by Diane Nagle for P&B Textiles (PDF Textiles


Nature’s Windows quilt, 40" square, free pattern at Benartex (PDF download)


Earth's Windows quilt, 60 x 60", free pattern by Diane Nagle for P&B Textiles (PDF download)


Catching the View, 33.5 x 39.5, tutorial and free pattern by Janet Wickell at TheSpruce.com


Dimensions, free pattern by Angela Walters at Quilting Is My Therapy, published in Modern Quilts Unlimited (PDF download)


Molly B's Classic Wovens, free pattern at Marcus Fabrics (PDF download)


Suzy's Pumpkin Patch quilt, 47 x 58", free pattern by Heidi Pridemore for Hoffman Fabrics (PDF download)


Shadows quilt, 56 x 64", free pattern by Anne Sommerlad for Leutenegger (PDF download)


Changing Seasons quilt, 38" square, free pattern by Rhoda Nelson for RJR Fabrics (PDF download)


Attic Windows quilt, free pattern in 6 sizes (crib to king) at Pellon Projects (PDF download)


Bear Hugs baby quilt by Theresa Romeo for Marcus Fabrics (PDF download)


Cats in the Sampler quilt by Dilys Fronks at Popular Patchwork (PDF download)


Attic Windows blocks, half square triangle method by Susan C. Druding


Attic Windows Quilt Block The Easy Way, 6", 9" and 12" block directions and variations by Susan C. Druding at Equilters


Alphabet in Attic Windows, free wall hanging pattern by Susan Cleveland at Quilt Views (PDF download)


You can personalize this wall hanging with your name, or make one for a grandchild or quilting friend. The pattern gives instructions for a name quilt, but the idea could also be used to showcase messages, or photos on fabric.

Image credits:  This post was updated on June 15, 2018. Individual images are copyrighted by their owners. Please respect their generosity in sharing their free patterns, and the restrictions they have placed on the use of these designs; complete information can be found at the designers' websites provided in the links. The photo montage shown on this page is a derivative work that is the property of Quilt Inspiration. If any links are broken, we'd love to know so we can fix it. Please email us at QuiltInspiration {at} gmail {dot} com.

2 comments:

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    Los gatos de Pam tienen unos pescados alrededor que completan la imagen .
    Su blog es increíble .Le doy infinitas gracias .

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