How to Sew Quilts for All Seasons + Giveaway

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Here we are at the end of August.  School is back in session, apples are starting to ripen, and we are starting to wake up to crisp morning air.  These morning remind me that it’s time to switch out the seasonal quilts I have piled around the house.  From the cheerful summer quilt pattern adorning the back of my couch to the fun quilt on the quest bed – it’s time to change them out for the fall colors that remind me of Autumn leaves and hot cocoa.


The point is, no matter what time of year it is, there is a quilt somewhere in the house that brings a little bit of the beauty of the seasons outdoors to my home decor.  Here are some of my favorite seasonal patterns from – something about each on reminds me of the season.  Maybe one of them will sing to you, too.  Of course, be sure you make it all the way down to the winter season quilts – they’re my favorite, and there might be a fabulous giveaway down there to celebrate!  🙂


Pretty Spring Quilting Patterns

Window Box Scrapbuster Quilt

Garden Brick Wall Quilt

That 70’s Flower Hexagon Quilt

Rainy Days Block Quilt

How to Sew a Summer Quilt

All You Need Is Love Rainbow Quilt

Here Comes the Sun Patchwork Quilt

Church Picnic Quilt

Cheery Floral Patchwork Quilt

Festive Fall Colored Quilt Patterns

Have a Heart Quilt

Autumn Joy Quilt

Golden Autumn Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern

Starburst Cross Block Quilt

Winter Season Free Quilt Patterns

Winter Wonderland Quilt

Skating Sunbonnet Sue Block

Warm Wishes Applique Quilt

Patchwork Evergreen Quilt




The winner will receive the following (all pictured above):

  • 1 2016 That PatchWork Place Quilt Calendar
  • 2 Guidelines Rulers
  • 1 Guildlines Ruler Connector with handle
  • 1 Binding Tool

Congrats to our winner Denise!  Thank you all for participating!


What would you make with the quilting supplies pictured above?


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  1. Ellen says

    I am in the process of making quilts for my kids. I plan to make one quilt a Christmas. I also have fabric to make a flannel quilt for myself. That is on the back burner until after Christmas. But that is where I would start.

  2. Loree Rupe says

    I would finally make my mother happy. She has quilted for years and finally last week I told her I would look into doing something small to start with, like a baby quilt for a friend who is expecting.

  3. melissa nordell says

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE these quilts, especially the Autumn Joy and the Patchwork Evergreen Quilts – I would do these first – wow!! My fave season is Autumn and I love trees any time of year!! I saved the patterns to make asap!

  4. ruthann langkamp says

    i have not quilted much, did a pillow top at a class. I am retired now and would welcome the opportunity to be creative with my sewing machine. This would be a great way to start with the right tools.

  5. Ann Tomlin says

    These tools would certainly help me cut out and prepare pieces for the
    lap quilts I make for nursing home residents.

  6. Amy Linders says

    These are all so beautiful. I’m adding a bookmark so I don’t forget to add a few of these to my to-do list!

  7. Nina says

    With this gift package, I would to make my first ever quilt. I would make the first one for me, then branch out– to my first grandchild, then my daughter, son & daughter-in-law. Thank you for the chance of winning.

  8. Dianne says

    I am in a club that sews things for charity and I would use this to make baby blankets for the NICU. Thanks for the opportunity.

  9. Sarah J. says

    This looks like a game changer for making binding- so exciting! The connector is a brilliant idea. Would love to use these on the several quilts I have in the works for this winter!

  10. Kathy E. says

    All of these great tools would inspire me further into my love of quilting. I am a self-learner and am loving it, but don’t have a lot of tools yet. These rulers would help a lot! The calendar would go on my sewing room wall and give me more ideas of what I could create. I love the idea of having seasonal quilts. I hope I get to that some day!

  11. Kimberly says

    I would make a comfortable quilt for a relative who is on a kidney transplant wait list. He will need something warm and cheery to snuggle with while he is in hospital for several months. Thanks for the giveaway contest.

  12. Shirley E. says

    I’d start with a quilted bag. After that, maybe a quilt for myself. Thanks for the opportunity to maybe win the goodies.

  13. Pam Howard says

    I would make a quilt of course! Probably for family, or a friend. Would depend on the month and what holiday or whose birthday was coming up.

  14. Kat Quinn says

    My granddaughter is off to college at the end of this month and I would make her a new quilt for her dorm room in her college (William Patterson University) colors. These new tools would make life easier,

  15. Denise Tomkinson says

    If I won then I could make quilts for local charities and churches in my town to be provided to the elderly and poor! I love to make items for other people who are in need of assistance but I cannot always afford to purchase the supplies needed. This would be a hugely appreciated god-send if I won!

  16. Kathy Davis says

    Would use them when I make quilts for some local fundraisers I support…Cystic Fibrosis Research and Down Syndrome Awareness.

  17. Pam says

    I would use these rulers for all the quilts I make, and I’d use the calendar for inspiration. Thanks for the chance to win!

  18. Michele T says

    I would be thrilled to win this giveaway and would definitely make a lap quilt for my daughter to snuggle under.

  19. Delaine says

    I would check the projects in the calendar and possibly make one of them into a new quilt for my bedroom. Thanks!

  20. WendyB says

    I would use the calendar and those great tools to use up some of my stash , and finally make myself a quilt!

  21. Lori Morton says

    Oooh! I would make a Special Quilt for our Son!! He is moving closerto Home by Thanksgiving!! I would love to Surprise him with warm quilt for Winter! (maybe one from the Calendar even…) Thanks for chance to win!!!

  22. DeeAnn S says

    I was looking thru the quilts listed above and I really like the colors and pattern of the Autumn Joy Quilt. I’d like to give that one a try. Thanks.

  23. Marie Hamilton says

    I would make quilts for the children at Children’s Hospital in Seattle. I want to make quilts for the children with cancer, aids, HIV, and other diseases. My granddaughter received one many years ago and I would like to play it forward. I’m new to quilting and can use all the help I can get. Also I would like to make quilts to be sent to Africa, that is where my great-granddaughter is from. Thank You

  24. says

    These tools look great and I would like to select two quilts from the 2016 calendar so that I can make one for each of my sons. The eldest is getting married in 2016 and the youngest has recently moved back in to help me care for his disabled Dad. Quilting is my chance to relax and rejuvenate. Thank you.

  25. Donna Jacoby says

    I would like to make a quilt for my mother’s Christmas present this year. Thank you for the giveaway!

  26. Margo says

    I would love to tackle a quilt from thee calendar! Maybe something with more applique! Love the rulers too! A gal can never have enough tools!

  27. connie black says

    I make baby quilts. My favorite to make are the rag quilts so I would use this to make those…and maybe learn another cool pattern.

  28. Melissa Snyder says

    I like the winter wonderland quilt it is so cute. I have just started quilting so I think the tools will be very helpful.

  29. Cristal DeJarnac says

    I’m new to quilting and want to make quilts for my 4 grandchildren (12, 10, 6 & 1) and for my 5th grandchild due in October. I love the sense of home and family a quilt brings.

  30. lilshuga2001 says

    I would LOVE the chance to make something in remembrance of my grandmother. (A quilt)
    Thanks so much for the chance to win this.

  31. Darlene Krystal says

    I would be able to make 12 different and new quilt patterns for my children and great nephews…along with my nieces and nephews……that would be awesome…..

  32. Sarah Z says

    I am not a quilter is so this would go to my mom… she is supposed to be making my daughter a new quilt so I am sure this would all be used!

  33. Kimberly Moran says

    I am completing a quilt that was intended for my daughter-in-laws Grandfather. However, my daughter -in-laws Mother died before she could get started. I intend to give the quilt to my daughter-in-laws Father (it was supposed to for his Father). Thank you

  34. Cheri says

    New tools, books, fabric always inspire me to make something fresh and new for someone’s house and sometimes even my own.

  35. peggy says

    I actually like the quilt on the front of the calendar and probably have some of those fabrics already in my stash….thanks.

  36. Karen Seitz says

    I’d have to take a look at the quilts in the calendar before making a final decision, but I think I’d pull fabric from my stash and make a mini quilt right away!

  37. says

    Started quilting resently and in the middle of my second quilt top. Tools getting started can be very expensive. I wold use to continue to make quilts for my girls and grandchildren.

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