Looking for a perfect top, Picnic blanket, or Throw, that is fit for every holiday and every fashion emergency? Then this compilation is what you’ve been praying for! There are several fast ways to swiftly put wonderful colors together in harmony to create quilts. If you’re in a rush, then bandana quilts are definitely the quilt for you!
Even if you’re now an experienced quilt maker, there is still a pattern that can match your level in this list of free and paid bandana quilt patterns roundup. Happy quilting!
Free Bandana Quilt Patterns – Top Picks
Designer: Heidi Pridemore for Andover Fabrics
If you are looking for carefree and eclectic patterns, this Boho Bandanas by Heidi Pridemore is definitely for you! The key to the pattern is mixing and layering to create such a wonderful art. This 59.5 inches x 79.25 inches quilt shows creativity. Don’t hesitate to mix and match, blending colors and shapes to create this stunning boho bandana, perfect for feeling warm and snuggled up during the cold.
Designer: Robert Kaufman Fabrics
Looking to have a stylish Fourth of July? This bandana in the Americana Pattern will be the perfect quilt for you. The size of the quilt pattern is 73.5 inches x 90 inches in red, white, and blue will help you match with Fourth of July costumes. What are you waiting for? Recreate this pattern that can surely match your outfit and match the aesthetics for a holiday.
Featuring the Shoreline Collection by Whistler Studios and was designed by Heidi Pridemore of The Whimsical Workshop. This 64 inches x 76 inches bandana cabana makes you remember fond memories of the shoreline and the vast sea. The colors are carefully chosen to create an image just like what you will see if you go to the shore. This would indeed be a great addition to your amazing quilt collection!
Designer: Create with Claudia
Trying to get into quilting? This would be a perfect pattern you can start with. This bandana quilt pattern by Create with Claudia is easy to recreate, and you wouldn’t have a hard time looking for materials for there are a lot of beautiful colors of bandanas available. Approximately 54 inches x 72 inches in size, the pattern is inspired by the southwest sunset when the sky would look like cotton candy sold at fairs.
It’s hard not to feel the country vibrating and vibing in this bandana quilt pattern. The carefully constructed pattern of 12 blocks creates a mesmerizing kaleidoscope. Though this pattern looks difficult, it really is easy once you’ve gotten used to the on-point quilt technique. This pattern is designed by Heidi Pridemore featuring the Ranch Hands fabric collection by Whistler Studios. With a size of 70 inches x 86 inches, you can now feel how it’s back in the ranch.
This is not just an ordinary handkerchief, it is more than that. The beautiful 70″ x 70″ bandana quilt pattern designed by Heide Pridemore of the Whimsical Workshop uses cool toned colors that evoke a sense of calmness while you quilt. The way the pattern created good layering of colors and textures that everyone can easily recreate.
Designer: Sylvia of Sylvia’s Stitches
A fun and creative way to bond with your kid! Creating this teen’s bandana quilt is so easy even kids can do it. The pattern plays with four identical blocks of four triangles each. The method of rotating each block of colors in the center pattern creates an illusion of a pinwheel. These attention-grabbing colors will make you feel refreshed and energized, just like a teen!
Designer: Jamie Sanders of Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom
Experience the charm of the Red White and Blue Bandana Quilt, a free and delightful pattern by Jamie Sanders of Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom. This quilt design is ideal for summer picnics and patriotic holidays, offering a unique blend of style and practicality. Crafted from bandanas, it’s not only visually striking with its vibrant colors but also super quick and easy to make. The simplicity of the pattern makes it a great project for beginners, while seasoned quilters will appreciate the efficiency and creativity involved in transforming everyday bandanas into a beautiful, functional quilt.
Designer: Anneliese of Aesthetic Nest
Discover the Bandana Quilt Tablecloth, a free quilt pattern with a step-by-step photo tutorial, expertly crafted by Anneliese of Aesthetic Nest. This quilt seamlessly transforms simple bandanas into an elegant tablecloth, perfect for adding a touch of homemade charm to your dining experience. The pattern is designed with clarity in mind, making it accessible for quilters of all skill levels. Whether you’re a beginner seeking a straightforward project or an experienced quilter looking for a quick yet impactful creation, this pattern offers the perfect blend of simplicity, style, and functionality for your home decor.
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Designer: Margot Languedoc of The Pattern Basket
A very sweet Sugar Twist Quilt Pattern designed by Margot Languedoc will make you long for cakes and pastries. This pattern is made with simple machine piecing and is suitable for all skill levels. By creating blocks of twist patterns first and sewing them all together to make one bandana of 58.5 inches x 75 inches size. A fun pattern to work with colors just begging to play with.
Designer: Anna Fournelle of Fresh Dew Drops
An easy pattern to spark your creativity within. Designed by Anna Fournelle of Fresh Dew Drops, this log cottage runner quilt is made by connecting blocks of quilt and 12 inches x 72 inches in size; however, you can add or remove blocks depending on what you want. Making these easy quilt blocks and assembling them to create frames. You can blend fabrics of similar color value or experiment with different themes.
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