Top Selling Patterns of 2021

Here is the list of the Best Selling Patterns from last year (2021). Some of these have been on the list for multiple years in a row….classic patterns. And some are new this year.

Take Four is a quick and easy project. A set of four placemats can be finished in an afternoon! These are great for a “Make and Take” workshop. The Manager Bag creates a bag with a place for everything. Two zipper pockets. Two exterior pockets. And many customizable sized pockets on the inside. Table Graces are so easy you will want to whip them up for every occasion. Piece and quilt at the same time. Great for gifts.

Take Four Placemat Set
The Manager Bag
Table Graces

The Craftsman is a great pattern to show off those medium to large scale prints or a panel. Fast to make, this is a great pattern to use if you want to feature that special fabric. Winter Solstice uses 12 values of one color palette for a delectable throw size quilt pattern. This quilt would also make a stunning wall hanging. Gnome for the Holidays… Who can resist gnomes? These happy fellows are all ready to help you celebrate the Christmas holiday season.

The Craftsman
Winter Solstice
Gnome for the Holidays

5-Patch Classic Potholders features nine classic quilt block patterns. Stitch up one or all nine. USA Patchwork is lots of fun for map lovers everywhere. Pick out novelty fabrics to match each state or use your favorite collection of batiks…there is no way to go wrong. All states are raw edge appliqued. Gnomes are not just for the garden anymore. Decorate your home with these fun happy little fellows.

5-Patch Classic Potholder
USA Patchwork

Scrappy Pinwheels might look complicated but is a very simple design. It is just amazing how simple this is. Lincoln Log Cabin is a traditional log cabin pattern which is great for scraps or make it dramatic using only black and white fabrics. Great for a beginners first big quilt. Solstice Star is a great pattern to showcase 5″ block motifs.

Scrappy Pinwheels
Lincoln Log Cabin
Solstice Star

It’s a Party! A Hen Party. Stitch up these delightfully sassy hens for your favorite chicken lover. Kinda Prickly is an “Ouchless” cacti garden. This easy fuse pattern includes full sized and already reversed templates. Blocks are oversized and stitch up quickly! Scrap and fat quarter friendly. Here We Gnome Again is a lap or throw quilt featuring these cute little gnomes. Designed for fusible applique.

Hen Party
Kinda Prickly
Here We Gnome Again

Double Bargello Jewel is made just using two repeated blocks. Rainbow Cross makes a quilt that’s a lovely gift or a stunning addition to your home. It’s perfect for using up scraps! Santa in the Trees features classic trees and a cute little Santa, this fun Christmas Quilt will be a great addition to your holiday decor!

Double Bargello Jewel
Rainbow Cross
Santa in the Trees

Star Chain Table Runner features stars that are made with four values of three different colors. This is a triangle base layout. The triangles are sewed together in rows and the rows are sewed into strips creating the table runner. Cobblestones uses your favorite 5-inch charm square packet to make a table runner, or topper/wall hanging in an afternoon. A great choice for romantic floral prints – but also looks terrific in other fabrics. A great way to use pre-cut charm squares.

Star Chain Table Runner

All of these patterns are available at You can purchase them as a paper pattern that will be shipped out to you or choose an instant download and you can start your project today!

Happy Quilting!!

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