Linus Project quilting pattern | An easy to sew charity quilt designed for children in need | great for beginners
This has to be one of the easiest circle quilt patterns around and all the proceeds go to charity so it’s the all-around feel-good quilt pattern.
This quilt pattern has been designed specifically so that anyone can sew it and achieve an awesome effect. Don’t let the gently curved lines fool you, you won’t believe the clever technique designers Lorraine Carthew and Gail Price have developed to make it easy to put together so you can avoid all that curved seam angst.
With our downloadable patterns – there’s no waiting around at the mailbox, simply download the pdf, print, and create.
What we REALLY love: All profits from these super easy quilting patterns go to charity. Lorraine Carthew (pictured) and Gail Price designed Easy Modern Circles for Project Linus in Brisbane, a non-profit organization that provides homemade blankets to children in need.
Pro Tip: There is no need to match patterns or points, a definite bonus for the quilter with lots of quick quilts to make. Bonus: this quilt could easily be made to a larger size by adding more blocks.
What you need to know about this quilt pattern:
Technique: Machine piecing and rotary cutting – with no need for matchings seems!
Skill level: Easy this has to be the easiest quilt to make ever
Size: 40" x 50" (100cm x 120cm). Block size is 10 ½"
Instructions: Easy to understand step-by-step. All 2SewTextiles pdf patterns have both imperial and metric measurements