Freebies From the Almost Swamp

Everyone likes something free…including me!

On this page I’ll be sharing some of the quilt patterns I have designed as well as a few tutorials.  They may be used for personal quilts,  gifts, or charitable purposes.  They should not be used for commercial purposes in any form.

Please respect copyright by not copying and/or sharing these patterns.  Please feel free however to point friends to this page so they may download/print their own patterns.

Enjoy!

SherylSigRedFinal2

 

BricksBarsFS button

Bricks and Bars—a feedsack inspired design

 

Fret Free Diagonal –Instructions for putting diagonal set quilts together

Pretty Easy

Pretty Easy

Pretty Easy

Pretty Easy for the younger set

Pretty Easy Younger Set

Flower Basket Quilt

Flower Basket Big Block Quilt

Coxey's Camp

Coxey’s Camp

Coxey’s Camp Big Block Quilt

Young Mans Fancy Big Block Quilt

Young Mans Fancy Big Block Quilt

Young Mans Fancy Big Block Quilt

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10 Comments

  1. Deb

     /  August 14, 2009

    I just love the free quilt patterns you have! Just love them! I am so happy to sign up for the email blog! Thanks so much!

    Reply
    • Quilting Tizzy

       /  August 15, 2009

      Thanks for the nice comment Deb. I hope you’ll enjoy making them!

      Reply
  2. Barb in MI/FL

     /  April 13, 2011

    Thank you for your generosity, Sheryl. Hugs to you!

    Reply
  3. Gail

     /  April 14, 2011

    Because I am using leftover fabrics for donation quilts to a reservation in an adjoining state, these patterns are very welcome–I get tired of the same old thing, and have never believed give-aways need to be un-pretty. Thanks so much.

    Reply
    • Lynn Patrick

       /  March 22, 2012

      Hi, I would be interested in making some myself but have yet been able to find how to get my quilts or anything to a Reservation(atleast to the actual people there). Please contact me if you are able to actually make contact with our Original Americans. I have letters from supporting Church organizations but no assurity they would go to where needed or to the real people themselves.

      Reply
  4. Gail

     /  February 1, 2012

    This afternoon, when I get back from the library, I plan to start cutting scraps for the quilt called Pretty Easy. There are some donated fabrics calling my name, just finished another pet-pillow for the animal shelter, old pillowcases stuffed with batting scraps, channel sewn, the floors are concrete, and the cages are wire, not very comfy. Now to make a quilt, which is much more fun.

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  5. I belong to a quilt club at church, we make lap Quilts for members of our church that are sick or house bound, Never sell or auction, would it be ok to use a pattern of yours for that? They are so nice looking.

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  6. Sheryl,
    love your blog, with all the good and interesting info on it.. the free patterns, the info on Roses, the bread recipes. But most of all I am so happy to join everyone with the Christmas Town Sampler.
    Thanks to you and your friends.. hope everyone’s arm is getting better..
    Helen

    Reply
  7. linynp

     /  March 23, 2013

    Thank you for such generosity! These are lovely!!

    Reply
  8. Cheryl

     /  April 28, 2014

    I am finishing my garden party and realize I have misplaced the really tall bird house, is there any way you could help me withthis

    Reply

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