Here at QuiltWoman.com, we’ve rounded up our Top Twenty Quilt Patterns. Today, I am sharing five of them with you.
Five of the Top Twenty Quilt Patterns
Looking for a pattern to create those “last minute” handmade Christmas gifts? Our Prairie Point Towel Topper Pattern Â (above)Â features designs for Christmas, Halloween and Valentines Day in addition to two everyday designs.Â This pattern is for a beginner. If you haveÂ beenÂ browsing the popular site, Pinterest, you have probablyÂ noticed that Prairie Point Towel Toppers are trendy these days!
TheÂ Glory quilt pattern is an easy to read patternÂ with step by step instructionsÂ from start to finish. This pattern has only two pattern pieces, one square and one triangle. Designed for an advancedÂ beginner by designer Sandy Petsche of Maple Hill Quilts, this pattern comes in three sizes. The Glory quilt pattern can be purchased as a download or shipped as a paper pattern.
The Messenger Bag PatternÂ creates a bag with a place for everything.Â There are two zipper pockets, two exterior pockets, an optional cell phone pocket and many customizable sized pockets on the inside.Â With a ton of zipper closures and magnetic snaps in the exterior pockets, everything is kept securely in its place. This pattern is an intermediate level pattern designed by Brenda WinemanÂ who states that, “I have always loved collecting bags of different sizes and shapes. I soon found that though I loved the appearance, they were never organized enough for me. So, the obvious answer was to once again begin designing and creating my own.”
If you enjoy curved piecing, you will love to create a quilt using the Circle of Hope pattern designed by Susan MayerÂ of Quilted Discoveries. The finished size is 52″ x 52″ and is designed for the intermediate quilter.
And last but not least in our top twenty quilt patterns post today is the Knot Handle Reversible Tote. This pattern makesÂ a roomy tote that is easy to sew, has optional pockets, and is reversible!Â It’s like getting two bags in one.Â Denims and decorator fabrics work great alone or you can use lighter weight cottons with interfacing.Â This pattern is particularly popular among younger woman and girls. The finished size isÂ 17″ x 24″ including the handles. ThisÂ pattern was designed byÂ Barbara Huber.
Thanks for letting us share some of our top twenty quilt patterns with you! Which is your favorite?