Patriotic Quilt Projects: 6 Projects for 4th of July

Have a star-spangled 4th of July with six of our favorite patriotic quilt projects. The whole house can be tastefully decorated in red, white and blue with touches of stars and stripes. Whether you are hosting a block party or having a simple picnic, there is something for every level of quilter and every event.

1. Freedom is our Strength Quilt ePattern ( exclusive)


Janice Vaine designed this simple patriotic quilt composed of Ohio Star and Nine-Patch quilt blocks. The throw quilt is an excellent gift for a veteran or to add as an accent to a couch or chair during the summer. Visit to order now!

2. July Quilt Block from Seasonal Silhouettes 


Edyta Sitar created a one-of-a-kind quilt block for the month of July in her Seasonal Silhouettes book. The all-American quilt block has plenty of open space to feature intricate quilting. Though this block is part of a 12 block calendar series, The book Seasonal Silhouettes gives you multiple ways you can feature the block.

3. Picnic Table Runner

patriotic table runner

This star-spangled patchwork table runner comes from the creative mind of Lynette Jensen in her book Thimbleberries® Cottage Comfort. This classic quilt project is a free quilt pattern on our site! Bring out your favorite red, white and blue fabric, and then download this free project!

4. Picnic Stars Table Topper


A classic red, blue and gold table topper is what any July celebration calls for. This 42″ patriotic quilt project comes from Thimbleberries® Four Seasons of Calendar Table Toppers. Just a little yardage, appliquéd stars and Hourglass quilt blocks complete this simple weekend quilt project. One completed, you can bring this timeless project out year after year. Click here to get this book!

5. Heroic Stars Quilt ePattern ( exclusive)


Make patriotic Dresden Plate quilt blocks using Penny Haren’s technique. This quilt was inspired by Penny’s father:

“My father, William Winfield Vaughn, dropped out of high school at 16 to support the war effort by working in the steel mills in Canton, Ohio.  He enlisted as soon as he turned 18.  He instilled in us the value of education and regretted not graduating from high school.  In his words, ‘Our generation weren’t heroes, we just did what we had to do.’  But, in this daughter’s eyes, he is my hero.”

Visit our site to get this quilt pattern! Then, watch this free tutorial from Penny Haren on making Dresden Plate quilt blocks!

6. Glory Stars Quilt ePattern ( exclusive)


This unique flag quilt by Sandi Blackwell uses the Square-agonals® method to create a deceptively easy quilt. Patterned in three sizes, it’s sure to grab attention while hanging on the wall or resting on the couch. Get this pattern now!

What patriotic quilt project will you be sewing? Tell us in the comments below!

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