Click HERE to Download Autumn in the Southwest – Part 1 free quilt pattern (.pdf file)
Click HERE to Download Autumn in the Southwest-Part 2 free quilt pattern (.pdf file)
Available in four sizes – Lap – 51″ by 51″, Twin – 69″ by 87″, Full – 87″ by 87″, King/Queen – 105″ by 105″
This pattern is beautiful!! Bless you for sharing it with us! I have a few UFOs I should be working on, but I just have to do this quilt first! LOVE IT!
I am working on this quilt and am getting ready to cut clue 2, the HSTs. How big do I need to cut the squares? I see they need to be 2″ finished but I need to know the actual cutting demensions. Thank you for the pattern and help. Sandy
GREAT pattern Cindy!! I have started making the twin. Do you have pattern corrections posted somewhere? I have found an error in the instructions for the corner blocks. I can correct my copy, but that doesn’t help future quilters.
I haven’t done any paper piecing patterns but that is a good idea for some time in the future.
Your patterns are stunning! One question though, do you design or have you designed any paper piecing patterns for your blog?
I would love to make some of these quilts, but I only paper piece.
Hi Cindy, I love this pattern, great design. Greetings from Vienna, Austria.
I have already started a Flickr site for photos of quilts that others make. I started making patterns by making mystery quilt patterns for my friends and have a few photos already.
All the quilts that have these photos are noted with this type of text:
To see photos of other quilts made with this pattern please click the link below.
It’s a small world now isn’t it. I try to say things as I see them. Most free patterns leave me cold, but I really like the range yours have. I’ve printed Autumn in the Southwest to have a go at.
Something else that really appealed is your copyright notice. Sensible, generous and clear. I like that.
HAd you thought about adding a request for pictures of quilts made from your patterns? It might be nice to start a gallery of quilts people have made with your help.
Oh my. Being cynical, I came to look not expecting to find anything I liked. Boy was I wrong, you’ve got some lovely designs. I will be suggesting a couple of them for our shop charity projects. Keep up the good work, you’re really good at this.
This is a great design!! Wow you have been busy.
Billie in TX
Absolutley wonderful. Glad to see someone sharing instead of trying to make a profit. I love the quilt, looks like Christmas. So beautiful. Merry Christmas from NC to WA.
WOW. I love this pattern. I personally like variety when making a quilt this would not be a boring quilt to sew at all. Beautiful. I can tell you put a lot of work in the instructions. Thank you.
What beautiful quilts. You are so generous in sharing them with all of us.
This pattern is especially gorgeous and I look forward to doing it soon! Thanks for sharing!
Sandy and I still plan on making this gorgeous quilt. I love our batiks we both picked out-hopefully this coming year. Kathy
What a great quilt. I will be trying to do this one in the next year. I am also a member of HeartStrings. Haven’t been able to do much this year because of financial problems. Been pretty quite on the list lately also.
This is gorgeous!! I love it and think it is going to have to be one that I try! Thank you for providing these beautiful patterns for free!
That is just beautiful! It looks like Christmas to me. =) Thanks for sharing your wonderful designs.
Cindy – What great fun you must be having. Your patterns are the best. Thanks for sharing your talents with all of us – sue