Kisses Quilt – Free Pattern

Hi my loves! Shall we quilt? Our team has put together an amazing pattern to share with you. Kisses Quilt is another colorful model, beautiful to decorate your room, your living room. Just like other models, let’s check out the whole step by step together. It’s another pattern that is available for free. Quilts are already part of our daily lives. It’s that piece that complements the decor and is always there when we need to snuggle up.

Even more on those colder days, when all we need is a coffee and a quilt. And that’s why the colors we choose make all the difference. In this pattern, a color is chosen as a background for the designs that we create. Don’t want to do it with a light color? You can choose another one too. The important thing is that the other colors stand out, that they show the details of the quilt well.

You can buy the strips already cut, with the colors and prints combined. This saves a little time yes, but if you have the fabrics there, you can cut your strips too. It will be just as beautiful. If you still don’t have much idea, practice quilting, here you will find tips that will help you complete the pattern. Is not difficult. Stay here to learn with us.

Kisses Quilt Pattern

Let’s talk a little about the materials we will need. We are already familiar with: sewing machine, thread, fabrics, pins, scissors, tape measure. As for the fabrics, here’s the list of the ones you’ll need to make a quilt like the pattern, 56” x 68”.

  • 34 strips of background fabric, 2 1/2” x WOF (2 1/2 yards);
  • 20 strips of print fabric 2 1/2’’ x WOF (1 1/2 yards total);
  • 4 yards of backing fabric;
  • 1/2 yard of fabric for the binding;
  • Quilt batting, 64’’ x 76’’.

The designer leaves us an option to adapt and make the pattern a little different. “To make a two-toned Kisses quilt with half of the ‘X’s one color and half a different color, choose fabrics from 2 color families for your print strips. You will need 10 strips in one color family and 10 strips in a different color family. Cut the print strips as directed in step 2 below, keeping each color family separate”. The pattern is available at Sew Can She. Ready? Let’s quilt!