Create Fabric Wall Hangings with this Free Download
Discover ways to turn your stash into fabric wall art with this free eBook from Quilting Daily. A small wall quilt is the perfect beginning quilting project, and larger quilted wall hangings will show off more experienced quilting skills. In this free download, you’ll learn to quilt wall hangings that are pieced, stitched, and created in a freeform fabric collage style. All are designed by some of the most respected and creative contemporary quilt artists. Here are some of the techniques you will learn while creating your own fabric wall hangings:
- How to chain piece a wall quilt
- How to frame corners for hanging wall quilts
- How to piece hexagons and sew set-in seams
- Fused appliqué
- Free-form collage design
What are you waiting for? Download your free quilt wall hanging projects and join in the fun!
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Show off your quilting skills with these free wall hanging quilt patterns!
hat better way to show off your love for quilting, than with a beautiful piece of fabric wall art. Between the five wall quilt projects we’ve included you’ll learn how to create a quilt with color, embellish with hand embroidery and free motion quilting, set in seams, and much more. Download this eBook to learn to make wall hanging quilts like the pros!
Art Quilt Wall Hangings: Project #1
Three Lemons Art Quilt by Paula Prass
Paula used her painting experience to create this still-life fabric wall hanging from an inspiration photo. Fused appliqué makes this a perfect project for beginners.
Fabric Wall Hanging Quilt: Project #2
Mini Hexagon Quilt by Malka Dubrawsky
This wee wall quilt is a great stash-busting project as well as a wonderful opportunity to learn about setting in seams. Unlike many quilt tops involving hexagons, this one is machine pieced rather than hand sewn. Once you get the hang of the technique, it goes very quickly.
Fabric Wall Art: Project #3
The Color Swatch Wall Hanging by Sheryl Schleicher
A wall of paint swatches inspired Sheryl to design this quilt. A wall hanging like this is a perfect example of modern quilting style with a white background, straight stitching, and simple pieced shapes.
Quilted Wall Hangings: Project #4
Combining Linear and Organic Designs by Deborah Boschert
Deborah shows how to create fiber art wall hangings in a more freeform, fiber collage style. This contemporary style is versatile; you can easily adapt her techniques to your own color schemes and themes.
Colorful Wall Quilts: Project #5
Playing with Crayons by Cindy Grisdela
This wall quilt is a great way to showcase your collection of brightly colored batiks, or an excuse to make or buy more. With piecing based on the traditional log-cabin design, Cindy Grisdela modernizes this quilted wall hanging with angled cuts and contemporary colors.