Fat quarter patterns make working with quarter yards a snap! Go beyond basic patchwork and use fat quarter quilt patterns in many creative ways. Fat quarter patterns can be simple or complex, but they all start with a stack of pretty fat quarters. Shop our selection of fat quarter quilt patterns below. If you still need inspiration browse our YouTube channel for a wide variety of Fat Quarter Bundle Quilt Tutorials here!
Do you collect quarters? Fat quarters of delectable fabric? Do you see patterns or colors that you can’t resist? Do you tell yourself, “It’s not THAT expensive. I’ll just buy this one… or maybe two?” Have you acquired a considerable stash of fat quarters? Are you thinking you should find something to do with them? Missouri Star can help with that!
We have collected an online, one-stop fat quarter patterns shop to help you search for the perfect project for those special cuts of fabric. You may choose from fat quarter quilt patterns for table runners, baskets, pillows, oven mitts, hot dish cozies, and wine bottle carriers. Maybe you would prefer fat quarter friendly quilt patterns for Christmas tree skirts, slippers, bags, totes, or billfolds. Do you like to make handcrafted gifts? You might enjoy using a fat quarter pattern to make baby bibs, zipper pouches, mug rugs, or stuffed animals.
You may be looking for fat quarter quilt patterns for beginners. May we suggest the Tiny Tents Pattern by Missouri Star? This pattern depends upon lots of straight cuts and straight seams. There aren’t many angles, making it an easy first-time quilt.
Many people ask, “How many fat quarters to make a baby quilt?” The Tiny Tents Pattern requires 16 fat quarters. A random sampling of seven other baby quilts revealed a range of 8 to 16 fat quarters on the supply lists for those patterns.
If you are looking for modern fat quarter quilt patterns, search out those of Charisma Horton, Sassafras Lane Designs, Atkinson Designs, Deb Grogan, and Elizabeth Hartman. You might also enjoy these Missouri Star fat quarter patterns for quilting with a contemporary flair: Carpenter’s Square, Ancient Radiation, Confetti, and Broken Bars.
We hope these patterns for fat quarters scratch your creative itch and put your stash to good use. Just think, as soon as you open some space, you can collect more fabric!
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