In less than a month families and friends will be having cookouts, parades and fireworks to celebrate our country’s freedom. In order to get ahead and be prepared, use your talent in quilting to make your own unique 4th of July decorations by hand. Here is a list of fun and creative quilt projects you can make for 4th of July.
Patriotic Star Coasters
These star and striped designed coasters will make an excellent addition to your decorations as coasters or pot holders for the 4th of July cookouts or any other kind of celebration. This pattern is more laid back with the dark navy blue, faded white and bright red colors incorporated in this design giving it a more rustic style overall.
Red, White and Blue Stars Table Runner
This American themed table runner is great for 4th of July cookouts and celebrations this summer. Use this table runner to serve appetizers and drinks as shown in the image.Or simply use it for decorating the center of your dining room table or on a side table. This quilted table runner will help brighten up your room with its vibrant colors and unique texture making it overall refreshing and appealing to the eye. This table runner will be a great collection to anyone’s 4th of July decorations for many years of celebrations.
4th of July Quilt PatternThis pattern uses all of the patriotic colors in a perfect blend of different shades and patterns of fabric with red, white and blue. The easy four patch blocks of this quilt will be great to show off this 4th of July with family and friends at events, parks and cookouts. Click on the image below to get a free friendly printer version of instructions on how to make this quilt. Use this quilt to snuggle up with your friends and family to watch the fireworks at night or use it to lay on top of your sofa for decoration.
Country Spirit Quilt
This quilt is another great quilt to make for the 4th of July that uses a wide variety of fabric that has different shades and patterns of red, white and blue. This quilt also uses shades such as brown, yellow and orange as well making it also a great quilt for fall season. If you are a quilter who goes straight to flannel as their main fabric choice than this is the quilt for you! Part of making this quilt includes creating 24 matching sets of two that make up the blocks in the quilt. For more information about the quilt and to download instruction on how to make this free pattern click on the title underneath the image.
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