Free Lone Star Sampler Wall Hanging Quilt Pattern

As part of our continued dedication to bringing you the best quilting content out there, we’re pleased to bring you this freebie from one of our sister sites, McCall’s Quilting.

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Have you made your first Lone Star quilt yet? When senior editor Kathryn Patterson made a block for the how-to photos for Lissa Alexander’s gorgeous large lap quilt patterned in McCall’s Quilting‘s January/February 2014 issue, she turned her block into this elegant wall hanging. Now you can download the wall hanging pattern for FREE!

(Note: Please refer to the issue referenced above for the beautiful series of how-to photos and tips.)Lone Star Wall 300px Friday Freebie: Lone Star Sampler Wall Hanging Quilt Pattern

This is the perfect opportunity to give a Lone Star quilt a try. Fabric requirements are provided for either yardage or precut 2½″ strips, and the wall hanging finishes at 36½″ x 36½″.  Click here for the link to download the FREE Lone Star Sampler wall quilt pattern.

Perhaps you plan on spending this day after Thanksgiving shopping, but you’ll likely find me relaxing and sorting through my stash of Jelly Roll™ strips in my sewing room between happily snacking on leftover turkey & fixin’s.

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2 Responses to Free Lone Star Sampler Wall Hanging Quilt Pattern

  1. Dana Allison says:

    The few fabrics you show for winter scenes are far too few. Although you say that they pay tribute to the olympics, here is a thought for future fabrics. Pay tribute to those of us who enjoy winter’s fun and games. Have some with pictures of skiers, ski jumpers, snow boarders, sledders, ice skaters, snow shoveling, and plowing, generally the way we in the northeast live and play during winter. Please, tell your fabric designers to leave spaces between each illustration so that when cut, the quilter does not have to slice through the image beside the one desired.

  2. Dana Allison says:

    Continued: Obtaining pictures of winter time activities should not be difficult as Laconia and the surrounding area are famous for winter time sports as well as summer time sports. I used to water ski on Lake Winnepesauke.

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