Freebie Patterns

They say the sweetest things in life are free...and I completely agree, so I named my freebie pattern just that....Sweetest Things!   Here are three different versions of my Sweetest Things pattern.  What three fabrics will you chose for your quilt?  I hope you enjoy piecing this little quilt, and have some fun with a new twist on the Flying Geese unit.  






Click here to get the pattern.  Enjoy!




Please consider emailing me a photo of your Sweetest Things quilt so I can add it to Pinterest!








Prairie Dresden Pincushion ~ FREEBIE pattern!







Click here for the Prairie Dresden Pin Cushion pattern.  Free!!
























Click here for the Blooming Patchwork Pin Cushion pattern....FREE!












Click here for the Tree Farm Pinkeep pattern....FREE!!
















Click here for the FREE
pattern of my Holly Jolly 
Santa


















This sweet little 9" x 10" quilt, called Sugar Rush, was designed as a Mug Rug, but certainly can be displayed as a mini quilt ready to dress up a basket, end table or night stand!  I made this unique star block with EPP papers!  Such fun!

Click here for the FREE pattern!

16 comments:

  1. Pam, Thanks so much for another delightful freebie quilt pattern, it is indeed very sweet!! Love all three colourways, decisions, decisions LOL!! Your blog make-over is a stunning, i love the meaningful inspirations :))) cheers...Marian

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  2. Thanks for the cutest little pattern Pam. I love it. I have just printed it out and am trying to decide on colours to make it in.
    Thanks so much.

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  3. This pattern is so cute. Thank you.

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  4. I was just in a quilt Shop in Bend, Oregon, "Sew Many Quilts" and saw your pattern "Sweet Rosie" made up. I loved it, but they were out of the pattern. I looked on your website but did not see it there either. Is it still available anywhere?

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    1. I found the pattern "Sweet Rosie" for you here-->

      http://www.quilterswarehouse.com/p-18079-sweet-rosie-charm-quilt-pattern.aspx

      If it doesn't work as a link, the name of the place is Quilter's Warehouse. Good Luck!

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  5. Pam, So glad I finally looked up you webpage and your blog. You seem to have the same taste as I do on Pintrest!! We are always repinning each other, ha ha. I love the quilts on your webpages and particularly love the name of the "hope chest relics" that name just cracked me up!! I used to call it my hopeless chest and finally at the age of 54 I sold my hopeless chest for cash!! I could buy more fabric!

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  6. What a cute pattern. Thank you so much :)

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  7. I just LoVe reading your blog and all the fabulous possiblities! Thanks for the freebie... I can 't wait to go through my stash for the perfect fabric for it :)

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  8. hi im looking a war bonnet quilt pattern can someone help me thank you

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  9. Where is the pattern for the first block?

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  10. I'm entering my name and address for the scrap giveaway. Patricia Dix,4053 S. Montgomery Lane,Nampa ID,83686

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  11. thanks so much for the cute free stuff!!! love your site and blog!!

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  13. Hello! I just got your free Christmas Tree Farm pinkeep pattern. Just Love it! By the way, where can I get the red plaid used on the red pickup?

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  14. Where would I be able to get the pattern or tutorial of the Pocket Patchwork Sew-along "TUCKER" from Fall of 2015?

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  15. Hello! I have tried to contact the web site to order Prairie Woman's sewing circle Club Journey one. I saw it in an old magazine (darn those old magazines that get me into trouble!) I have the yoyos made for the yoyo quilt but now I need the pattern! Please can you help me get it? Please contact me at pooh_k2@yahoo.com

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