"Letters" Quilt Pattern
The “Letters” quilt is such a fun, easy, and quick make!
- Skill Level: Confident Beginner
- Fat Quarter Friendly
- Scrap Friendly
- 2 Sizes: Baby and Throw
- 2 Color Ways: Ombré and Scrappy/Fat Quarter
- Printable Cut Fabric Labels and Block Assembly Labels
“Letters” features an efficient piecing method that makes 4 blocks at a time–meaning it’s fast to piece. No matter how busy you are or how sporadic your creative time may be, you can make the “Letters” Quilt!
This pattern is a downloadable PDF digital file. It can be printed at home if you like. It is clickable--underlined page references and websites are linked so you can click and easily go straight to the right place.
See table for fabric requirements and suggestions. Directional fabrics should be used with caution. The piecing method causes rotation of the fabrics in some of the blocks.
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Make a "Letters (to Santa!)" or "Love Letters" quilt just by choosing seasonal fabrics.
Did you ever write and send actual handwritten letters? You know, like on paper, with envelopes and stamps?? When I was young, I wrote to my grandma who only lived two houses away and a pen pal who lived across the world in Australia!
I wrote the “Letters” Quilt Pattern as an homage to my grandma who exchanged letters with me my entire life and who taught me to quilt. If you are nostalgic for snail mail or have a stash of collected letters in your closet, this quilt pattern was written for you!
Read more about the pattern and its inspiration here.
Get inspiration for colors and fabrics for this quilt on Instagram #SWMLetters
Gifting your Letters quilt? Get free printable stationery that matches your quilt here!
After purchase, you will receive an email with a printable digital file download. Nothing physical will be mailed to you.
You’ll have a limited number of downloads. Please save to your computer immediately. Non-mobile devices are recommended.
If you don’t receive your email/link, check your spam folder first, then contact me at sewworthymama [at] gmail.com for assistance.
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Image credits: Orange ombré quilt by Claudia Banks of Bay Avenue Studio. Scrappy quilt with oranges and grays (next to last image) by Beth Thomas of Plain Janes and Co.