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18 Patchwork Projects to Sew (Everything but Quilts)

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Patchwork is such an appealing and fun technique. You can make so many sewing projects from patchwork. It’s a great way to use up scraps (frugal!) and is visually interesting and seasonless. If you’re looking for free printable patterns for patchwork projects to sew I have compiled 18 below. Stitching up patchwork quilt blocks, bags, curtains, coasters, potholders, skirts, pillows and more is as easy as printing the pdf in my easy tutorials.

Let’s start the Patchwork Roundup with a tutorial for a Speedy Patchwork Tote Bag in 3 sizes. There’s bound to be a size that will work perfectly for your needs. I think this aqua and gray combo is modern and chic.

Sew up some cute Log Cabin Potholders… this easy project is a crowd favorite!

See a quilt block you like and don’t want to make a quilt? Use it to make a quilted pillow cover instead!

Nothing is more nostalgic than a pretty patchwork Christmas Stocking. This free pattern uses new techniques that are super easy.

Kristy’s Big Patchwork Tote is deserving of a look for it’s simplicity, style and of course, function. I’m always looking around for a large tote bag before I walk out the door. And I can always manage to fill it up.

Let’s branch out in our Patchwork Roundup beyond cute tote bags and storage baskets. I love the way my Patchwork Shower Curtain From Fat Quarters turned out. It’s perfect for a bathroom refresh when the store bought curtains aren’t quite right, or when you have FQs to use up.

You won’t believe how easy this cross body tote is! It’s perfect for a teen or tween and is pieced together with leftover jell roll strips.

Sew together four 10’’ squares to make a reversible basket. Perfect for gift giving or catching threads next to your sewing machine!

Another decor application for Patchwork is with a valance like Alyssa’s Scrappy Patchwork Valance. How cute are all these bright colors arranged in rainbow order?

The log cabin on my Mod Log Cabin Tote wraps around - which means this bag is as clever as it is functional. And just the right size.

Patchwork can be perfect for the kitchen too. These Cute Scrappy Patchwork Coasters are adorable with the cutest vintage inspired prints. I’ll take a matching set of pot holders too.

Pets need some patchwork too… sew your favorite fur baby a patchwork leash.

Put a turkey on your table without cooking! This Happy Turkey Table Runner is my favorite way.

Here’s a great baby shower gift with patchwork: My Baby Bib and Burp Cloth Set. I always think handmade baby gifts are precious. They become heirlooms as fast as beautiful quilts, and the new parents will feel honored when they receive this handmade set.

Here’s a great idea if you’re looking for a way to personalize your planning: Ali’s Pretty Patchwork Planner Cover.

I must mention the Patchwork Pocket Potholder because I love how they turned out so much. The Swiss Dot trim is a cool contrast to the florals. I’m thinking about adding it to some other kitchen projects so they all look at sharp as these potholders.

Use up small scraps on a Scrapyard Tote. This purse sized beauty is a showstopper!

Finally, I needed to showcase the Cute Patchwork Pumpkin Pillow. It’s a perfect project for this time of year and will be a welcome addition to your Patchwork Project sewing. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!




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