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One Block Quilt Designer

Use the #MyWebQuilter Free One Block Quilt Designer to twist and turn, rearrange, and recolor quilt blocks.  Get an automatic pattern for your creation with one click! Here are a few options using the BowTie quilt block.
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Quilt Border Calculator

There are times when you are making a quilt when you need to add borders to increase the size of the quilt.  You may be trying to get the quilt to a specific size.  You may be limited by how much fabric you have. The Quilt Border Calculator  is free and can help you decide what size borders to add to your quilt. Enter the size of your current quilt and some border sizes you are considering.  Click calculate to get quilt dimensions and fabric requirements.  Change the border sizes and recalculate as often as you want. 

Snowflake Free Quilt Block Pattern

I just added the snowflake quilt block to .  My home town has more than 3 feet of snow so it seemed appropriate!  I also colored the snowflake quilt block in several color schemes. lets you create your own block color schemes.

Cracker Free Quilt Block Pattern

Cracker is an easy quilt block that works well for a signature quilt. Here are some fun layouts created using . This is the Cracker Quilt Block.  Check out the free pattern .

Broken Branch Free Quilt Block Pattern

Playing with the Broken Branch Free Quilt Block Pattern at   is fun because it is asymmetrical. The Quick One Block Quilt Pattern Designer lets you easily see different layouts of this block.  Here is a picture of the block and just four of the possible quilt layouts.

Free Quilt Block Patterns has more than 200 free quilt block patterns. View and print the patterns, color the blocks with different colors and arrange them in different designs all for free.  Here are just a few of the blocks that are a available.  

Square in Square Quilt Block Calculator

I just added a free Square in Square quilt block calculator to . You can enter either the finished square size or the inside square size.  The calculator makes sure you always have a minimum 1/4 inch seam beyond the inside square points.