Summer is the perfect time to update you bedspread. Duvet covers are perfect for giving your bed a warm weather upgrade. A good, hand made duvet cover can last a lifetime and is often passed down through generations. While they may be time consuming to make, they are well worth it and better than anything you could buy in a store. And, what is better, you can totally customize them for any decor you are doing in any room.
The patterns hand picked for this list are fun, unique and maybe even a bit of a challenge. Are you up for it?
10 Free Quilt Patterns
If you have a baby shower you are attending or you are having a baby yourself this summer or fall, this Numeral Pattern Quilt by I Sew Free will make a great gift for the little one in your life. Wouldn’t this look great folded up over the crib or even hanging on the wall?
Some quilting patterns are great for beginners. This T-Shirt Quilt Tutorial by Love to Sew Studio is right up your alley if you are just learning to sew quilts. This would also be a great gift to give to a young adult that is heading off to college with their favorite old band Tees, too, wouldn’t it?
For a really unique quilt pattern that would be perfect for a child’s room, this Jig Swatches Puzzle quilt by Jukebox Quilts is perfect! I have never seen such a great, unique pattern!
Since it is summer, you need a summer pattern for your quilting projects. How about this ultra adorable Sweet Treats (ice cream) Pattern by Quilt in a Day? It looks simple to do and would make a great quilt or duvet cover for the warmer months.
I really like how almost mesmerizing this pattern is. The “Movement in Squares” pattern by Ivory Spring is really neat, isn’t it? It would look great in any color scheme and on any bed!
Sine I wrote a post on how to save on fabric, you may have some scraps laying around or even a few rags. This next pattern is perfect for using up these pieces! This Raw Edge Layer Cake Quilt by Bloom is fun and easy to make and has a great tutorial!
The crisp lines and cool colors in this next quilt look perfect for summer! Check out the Bella Mountains Duvet Cover from Very Berry Kerry. It is simple and looks like it could be for beginner to intermediate skill level.
Another great quilt with crisp lines is the “To the Point” pattern from Kaelly Studio. It uses an easy half square triangle method.
Ombre design is still in style for clothing and even nails and now for quilts! Check out this awesome Ombre Quilt pattern by V and Co! They list it as a baby quilt but I think it would look great on any sized bed. It seems simple enough as well!
I saved the best for last. I am absolutely floored by how cute this Bloom Quilt is by Amy Butler. It has a 3-D like quality to it that makes me wish I was a really good quilter. This one is for higher skill levels, but it is oh so beautiful and really looks like you are bringing summer inside!
Save even more on your duvets and quilts with these tips for saving money on fabric and quilting supplies.
What is your favorite pattern of all those listed here? (You know what mine is!)
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