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How to Sew Mini Quilts – 18 Free Patterns

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Mini quilts are the perfect sewing project for beginners and expert sewists alike. They give you a fun project to start and finish in no time. Here are 18 adorable little quilts for you to choose from! Make a cute stand-alone quilt to hang on your wall, or combine these sweet blocks in 100’s of combinations to make an amazing quilt. These all make beautiful gifts too!

Scroll down to grab a free pattern for each one of these adorable mini quilts!

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The Friendship Mini – our January mini quilt!

Candygram – our February mini quilt.

Our beautiful little quilt for March was named Bolt.

April Sunshine!

Our May mini quilt was the Criss Cross.

The Square Dance Daisy took June!

The Ladybug Liberty was perfect for July!

The August mini was a butterfly quilt named Wild Summer Creature.

Traditional meets modern in the Quarter Square Triangle Quartet (September).

Sew up the perfect Halloween mini quilt with Kitten’s Halloween Party! (October)

The Sushi Roll November mini quilt has easy circle appliqués.

The December Mini Quilt is super sweet – Peppermint!

The Aloha Mini Quilt will help you practice sewing appliqué pieces and getting ready for a vacation!

Coe learn how to design your very own mini quilt! Your own style, your own quilt!

You’ll have so much fun making this quarter square triangle mini quilt – Lunar Landing!

This Half Square Triangle Quilt Pattern is perfect for a mini-quilt!

Do you love gnomes like I do? Get ready to sew up the cutest gnome mini quilt ever!

So this is our Sailboat Mini Quilt…come see how to make your own!

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Thanks so much for browsing this collection of free little quilt patterns. I hope you found just what you are looking for. If not, lots more mini quilt patterns and inspiration can be found on my Mini Quilt Pinterest Board. Also check the SewCanShe menu bar above to see if our mini quilt series is still going on when you read this. 🙂

Happy sewing,


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  1. Thank you for sharing the mini quilts – I did make the Criss Cross to go to the hospital for the babes in incubators – just added borders to make it a little bigger. I will adapt some more like the Sushi Roll. I’ve not tackled curves on a sewing machine just yet, so it will be good practice!

  2. Delinda Blakney says:

    GORGEOUS patterns! Thank you so much!

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