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14 Most Creative Panel Quilt Patterns

A panel quilt makes use of a panel fabric. It can be a panel-only quilt or a quilt pattern that incorporates the panel into the design in other craft projects. A Fabric Panel is a fun and easy way to make a quilt, wall hanging, or other creative projects. If you’re aiming to elevate your plain wall decoration, these quilt panel patterns are what you’re looking for! Let the quilting fun start!

Free Panel Quilt Patterns – Top Picks

1. Elderberry Flower Fairies Panel Quilt

free quilt tutorial - Elderberry Flower Fairies Panel Quilt by Marinda Stewart

Here’s a fantastic cottage-core pattern that you would surely love to recreate! Designed by Marinda Stewart for Michael Miller fabrics, the Elderberry Flower Fairies Panel Quilt is a 41” x 60” magical piece that brings you to a world of a fairy child. The dainty details on the fabric pieces made it look enchanting and diverse. Beneath the blooming flowers lies a mermaid-patterned background that brought depth to its look. Surrounding them are layers of blooming floral frames and gradient chevron borders with a frosted color palette. If you’re a confident beginner ready to put your skills to the test, explore this pattern! Intermediate and experienced quilters will surely enjoy this pattern.

2. Easy as ABC Panel Quilt

free quilt tutorial Easy as ABC Panel Quilt by Susan Emory

If you’re looking for a fun way to teach your kid the Alphabet, the Easy as ABC Panel Quilt is your bet! With its childish illustration of letters and animals, this quilt pattern using a panel makes a great decor wall that will keep your little ones learning and entertained simultaneously. The characters inside the panel are randomly arranged, and that’s what made stimulating. On top of that, it has an eye-catching lemon background that compliments the wavy borders of green, patterned leaves. This quilt pattern with center panel that measures 45” x 53” is designed by Susan Emory for Michael Miller fabrics. This is ideal for confident beginners, but if you’re always up for the challenge, recreate it as you wish!

3. Avignon Quilt

free quilt pattern - Avignon Quilt by Delphine Corbin

Delphine Corbin’s Avignon Quilt is a sophisticated piece that is ideal for Advanced Beginners. This 60” x 82” pattern combines the beauty of diversity and geometry to create an interesting bed of roses. Its vintage tones make it look one of a kind, but the clean space between the precisely cut pieces makes it impressive. Avignon looks like classic architecture from afar with its symmetrical structure and mirroring fabric placement. At a closer look, it’s a garden of beauty crawling its way to your heart. Grab the floral fabrics left in your storage and dare to recreate this image!

4. At the Lake Panel Quilt Pattern

free quilt tutorial At The Lake Panel Quilt Free Pattern by Tara Reed

If the beauty of the lake hooks you, spend time recreating the Lake Panel Quilt when you’re awake! It combines four scenic panels, fish-printed borders, and navy dot strips to reimagine a refreshing, unwinding experience. This quilt has a poster-like appearance, making it a great decor for your walls. On top of that, its soft and muted color palette gives off a calming effect that will help you relax when you feel stressed. Assembling this quilt would be a piece of cake. This pattern is perfect for quilters of all ages.

5. Pumpkin Party Panel Projects

free quilt pattern - Pumpkin Party Panel Projects by Bonnie Sullivan for Maywood Studio

If you’re getting ready for Halloween, you might as well party with your fabrics and pumpkins! The Pumpkin Party Panel Projects by Bonnie Sullivan is a wall decor that features the funny side of the spooky season. Each stamp-like block shows Halloween characters being playful with each other. They may be the charming point of this Halloween panel quilt pattern, but the creative borders themselves made the quilt as interesting as they did. You may also recreate this as a Table Runner, a Halloween sign, a pot holder, and a trick-or-treat bag. Either way, this will be a fun Halloween project to work on!

6. Braided Chevron Panel Quilt 2

free quilt pattern Braided Chevron Panel Quilt 2 by Patti Carey

Having the Braided Chevron Panel Quilt 2 could be the most patriotic thing you could do! Designed by Patti Carey, this 60” x 75” patriotic panel quilt pattern has a striking way of recreating the essence of the American flag. The amount of details present in it shows how much bravery and patience it takes to exercise your creative freedom. If you’re fond of chevron borders, you would definitely see how this style made a bold impression with the nation’s color palette. It’s time to dedicate your fabrics to the land where you are born. This quilt is more than just a project, it is a symbol of your pride!

7. Coast to Coast Panel Quilt

free quilt pattern Coast to Coast Panel Quilt by Heidi Pridemore

From coast to coast, this pattern is something you would boast! The Coast to Coast Panel Quilt is a traveling-inspired design that will make you want to go beyond your comfort zone. Designed by Jean Plout, this pattern has two versions: the Map and the Motorcycle. Both versions look like a geometric blueprint of the places where you’ve been and where you could be. At a closer look, each fabric square is an icon of wanderlust: license plates, tickets, signs, vehicles, and even state names. With this detailed masterpiece, have fun exploring the country!

8. Golden Days Quilt

free quilt pattern - Golden Days Quilt #1 by Denise Russell

Don’t just brighten up your days, make it golden always! Designed by Denise Russell, the Golden Days Quilt is a stunning masterpiece that uses autumn-inspired fabric pieces to recreate the view of a pumpkin harvest. It has a warm color palette that almost has a golden sheen and a scenic panel that you would love to gaze at all day. It’s the perfect quilt to complete to keep your home cozy in the Fall season. This intermediate project may look complicated initially, but if you have the wheel to borrow patience, you’ll reap the fruit of your hard work!

9. He Leads Me Quilt

free quilt pattern - He Leads Me Quilt by Denise Russell

Don’t just brighten up your days, make it golden always! Designed by Denise Russell, the Golden Days Quilt is a stunning masterpiece that uses autumn-inspired fabric pieces to recreate the view of a pumpkin harvest. It has a warm color palette that almost has a golden sheen and a scenic panel that you would love to gaze at all day. It’s the perfect quilt to complete to keep your home cozy in the Fall season. This intermediate project may look complicated initially, but if you have the wheel to borrow patience, you’ll reap the fruit of your hard work!

Printable Panel Quilt Patterns To Download From Online Shops (Paid)

1. Easy Peasy Panel Quilt Pattern

printable - Easy Peasy Panel Quilt Pattern

Are you in the mood to quilt today? Have fun stitching the refreshing beauty of Effie’s Woods Quilt Panel with this easy peasy pattern! With its embracing warmth, don’t you think it’s the sweetest thing to have at home? This 41” x 41” forest-themed project is perfect for beginners who only have a day to spare. It features floral blocks, green grid borders, and cute forest animals that will make you feel cherished and loved. The best part of this pattern is the little reminders that reminds you to be who you are. Recreate it as a Baby, Crow or Throw quilt.

2. Art Panel Quilt Pattern

printable - Art Panel Quilt Pattern

Warm up your kid’s love for art with the Art Panel Quilt! This 42 inches x 52 inches pattern has a story-telling element that will keep your children entertained as it hangs on their bedroom wall. It looks simple and fun with its minimal yet vibrant design, but with the additional 36” x 44” panel and flange edges, it became strikingly adorable! This precious quilt can be recreated in your little one’s favorite color and in their well-loved cartoon characters. Quilt a story that your kid would cherish for the rest of their life and watch them fall in love with its snuggles every night.

3. Eagle Mountains Panel Quilt

Eagle Mountains Panel Quilt - printable and  downloadable quilt pattern

If you’re an advanced beginner looking for a majestic pattern to work on, the Eagles Mountain Panel Quilt is for you! This project used Piecing technique to assemble a look that will leave you in awe every time. Its center features a panel of a wild eagle soaring on a mountainous view and two panels of evergreen trees. Surrounding them are earth-toned borders and edgy patterns that make them more stunning. With its autumn-leaf patterns, muddy corners, and grass-like strips, this quilt will remind you of one of your nature trips. Hang it on your wall or spread it on your bead. Either way, it’s a thrilling piece to own!

Ready to Ship Panel Quilt Patterns (Paid)

1. Bean Counter Quilts Panel Expression Pattern

Bean Counter Quilts Panel Expression Pattern

Ho! Ho! Ho! It’s time to play with snow! Recreate the essence of Christmas with this Snowman Panel Quilt Pattern. This project used strip piecing and flying geese techniques to surround the panel of a snowman smiling beneath a banner of joy with stacks of festive strips. The fabric pieces have Christmas elements and dainty details to it, making it look more pretty at a closer look. You may use it as a Lap Quilt (54 ½” x 72 ½”) or Crib Quilt (42 ½” x 60 ½”). With its simple yet elegant look, it’s the perfect way to welcome the Holiday!

2. Sugar Maple Farm Quilt

Sugar Maple Farm Quilt Pattern - ready to ship

As the air starts to smell like crisp autumn leaves and pumpkin spice latte, it’s time to quilt a cozy pattern that will keep you warm at home! The Maple Hill Sugar Maple Farm Quilt shows the beauty of the Fall season in one frame: changing leaves, sweet, golden pumpkins, and vintage earthy tones. The lines of triangles running along the edges gave the quilt a festive look despite the muted vibrance of the colors. This 72” x 84” pattern is designed by Kansas Troubles Quilters. Recreate this beautiful quilt for Fall and enjoy the best snuggles throughout the season!

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