We have gathered different tutorial versions of the Postage Stamp Quilt Pattern for you to create.
1. Postage Stamp Quilt by Red Pepper Quilts
A classic and inspiring Postage Stamp Quilt pattern tutorial is shared to us by Rita from Red Pepper Quilts blog. She uses 16-patch strip pieced blocks with a random layout. Clear your scrap bag, look for small/narrow strips and get them ready for your next project. Make sure to cut the fabric strips so that they will have the same length. Use splashy colours to have a fun and cheerful Postage Stamp Quilt.
Project Finished Size: 54.5 inches x 54.5 inches
2. Postage Stamp Quilt Pillow
There are a variety of ways to create the Postage Stamp Quilt (PSQ), one of them is the Postage Stamp Pillow. Leni Levenson Wiener from We All Sew is sharing her Tips and Tricks to create the Postage Stamp Quilt Pillow. This quilt tutorial uses the fusible technique. A perfect and easy way to line up the small stash of fabrics. A great time saver.
Project Finished Size: 14 inches x 14 inches
Skill Level: Beginner
3. Postage Stamp Quilt by Sew in Peace
Here is another Postage Stamp quilt tutorial by Sandra from Sew in Peace . The difference of this quilt to the other pattern is it has a border. To help you sew the teeny-tiny pieces of fabrics for this pattern make sure that all have a similar weight. It would be more easy and will have a more uniform layout.
Project Finished Size: 42.5 inches x 50.5 inches
4. Modern Postage Stamp Quilt
Start clearing your stash bag or give that precut fabric square a purpose with this beginner friendly project that is perfect for you.
Modern Postage Stamp designed by Erica Jackman from Kitchen Table Quilting is a great quilt for beginners and it is also a fun scrap project for more experienced quilters. This quilt pattern has two sizes options, Baby Quilt or Lap Quilt.
Project Finished Size:
- Baby Quilt: 38 inches x 46 inches
- Lap Quilt: 54 inches x 62 inches