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Lyn Brown's Quilting Blog Hello! Thanks for stopping by Lyn Brown's Quilting Blog. I'm a quilting teacher who loves to share the world of quilting with others. This blog is for sharing free quilt patterns, ideas, instruction and inspiration. Take a look around and don't forget to leave comments and questions!

26 February 2012 ~ 1 Comment

Spring Medallion Quilt

    This Spring Medallion Quilt is our “Big” project for the Spring 0f 2012.  We have done the central applique and this week will be squaring up and adding the first border.  Here are all the PDF links you need to get started on this beautiful quilt.

25 February 2012 ~ 3 Comments

2012 Doll Quilts/Table Toppers

  These Doll Quilts are really getting to me.  I’m nearly done with my Time Flies Quilt and have started on the Arroyo 4-Patch (above) and I am hoping to whip a RockABye up soon!

25 February 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Quilter’s Alphabet Block Of The Week – The First 8 Blocks And More!

This post offers links to the first 8 PDFs for our Quilter’s Alphabet Blocks. We are honoring our quilting traditions and focusing on the state of quiltmaking today with this ABC Block Of The Week Quilt.  This is a FUN quilt!  I’ve started mine – Have you started yours?

24 February 2012 ~ 0 Comments

2012 Swap Quilts

This year in my classes, we are doing a swap a month and a free quilt pattern will be offered here for each swap. In January, we swapped Blues for the Blue Brick Quilt. February was Reds and the Scattered Hearts Quilt (above).

17 February 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Phat Fats

By popular demand, I have posted this wonderfully simple Fat Quarter quilt onto Craftsy for you. This design has gone crazy on Pintrest!

08 February 2012 ~ 2 Comments

Magic 9-Patch and Next Generation Quilts

This Disappearing 9-Patch type pattern (full picture and Pattern PDF below) is one of our most popular posts. It is so simple and so fun to make, you will surely make more than one! And the companion Next Generation (above) quilt takes the Magic 9 one step further with delightful results. Hope you have a […]

07 February 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Block Butler

  We have been fortunate in our classes for the generous donation of these cardboard rolls by some very dear friends.  They are industrial strength shrink wrap rolls and I had to think a while on how to use them.  This block butler is easy to make (once you know the trick!) and keeps your […]

25 December 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Merry Christmas

  We love to do Fabric Swaps in our NOCCCS-SCE-OAP classes.  We choose a theme then a square size and a date.  For these swaps in 2010 and 2011, we swapped 40 each 10″ squares.  These patterns are all based on a fabric collection like that.

25 October 2007 ~ 2 Comments

The Microwave Baked Potato Bag

  Here is our most popular pattern to date… and it is not a quilt!  It’s the cutest, most practical and easiest gift you’ll ever make…  And the potatoes come out simply delicious!  All the info you need is on the Microwave Baked Potato Bag PDF below.

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