Patterns by Karen H

A FEW WORDS ABOUT KAREN H PATTERNS

Several of my patterns are FREE! Please do not sell or reproduce my Faeries and Fibres Patterns without my written permission. However you are more than welcome to post a link to my blog so that others can access them. I put a great deal of time and energy into my free quilt patterns.

I hope you will use my pattern to make a quilt. If you do I would love to see the finished quilt.
Thank you and happy sewing!
Karen H

Available on Craftsy for $10 US


Available on Craftsy  - $5.00 US

Pattern will be available on Craftsy - $5 US

Available on Craftsy - FREE PATTERN

Pattern available on Craftsy for $5.00 US
Finishes at 12 1/2" square


This 60 page booklet covers everything from fabric selection, rapid fire cutting techniques, basting, sewing and assembly. Included is a master template for the paper hexagons. 
Available on Craftsy - $10 US


Available on Craftsy - $3.00 US

Available on Craftsy  - $3.00 US

Available on Crafsty - FREE PATTERN


Easier Than Pie & Beyond - Book 1
Available on Craftsy - $5.00 US

Available on Craftsy - $5.00 US

Available on Craftsy - $5.00 US

Available on Craftsy - $5.00 US

Available on Craftsy - $5.00 US






15 comments:

  1. Thank you for generously sharing these fabulous quilt patterns :)

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    1. You are very welcome!

      Do stay tuned because I have three more patterns in the works, Scarborough Brick Bungalow, Cherry Blossom and Piccadilly Nines! I hope I've piqued your interest!

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  2. I'm so glad I found you! The moment I saw the basketquilt I fell in love with it,....
    :o)

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  3. love the orange crush quilt! and the way you made the stripes continue! thanks for sharing :0)

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  4. thank you for sharing your patterns Karen

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  5. Wow....love all of your patterns.....thanks.

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  6. Thanks for the info on your pattern tab. I had not noticed it before. I too like to use my scraps as leaders/enders and have a pile of 9 patches in pinks and whites. They will get put into a baby quilt one day when a little girl needs one. Thanks for sharing your tips and patterns.

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  7. You are very generous my dear! These are awesome!

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  8. Karen, wow these free patterns are over the top. Heather from QC is a friend of mine.

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  9. Hi Karen
    I've just discovered your blog from the Quilters Connection newsletter. What a great resource! I'll be back.

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  10. Karen... I have just printed out your Giant Monstrosity pattern and couldn't possibly leave without saying a huge thank you for your amazing generosity. I'd have quite happily paid a kings ransom for the pattern it is so amazing. Your finished Monstrosity is anything but... it's gobsmackingly gorgeous! Thank you again..... Josie...xxx

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  11. Just arrived from the Modern Hexie Millefiori QAL. I've been looking around the site for the last couple of hours and each page is better than the last! Amazing techniques and tutorials on topics I haven't seen elsewhere, e.g., appliquéing your finished sheet of hexies to a background, which I am about to tackle. Thanks so much for doing this to share with us.

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  12. Karen, I am interested in purchasing your beehive quilt on craftsy, but I would like to know the dimensions of the quilt first. They are not listed on the site. thanks!

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    1. The Quilting Bees quilt finishes at 12 1/2". Sorry I couldn't email you but you are a no reply blogger!

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  13. I just finished sewing the binding on my Cherry Blossoms quilt. I don't know how to make a link in the comments section but if you look at the Sept 18 post on my blog- gretchenslittlecorner.blogspot.com, you will see the quilt. What a lovely pattern. Blessings, Gretchen villacrestfarm@gmail.com

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