Red White and Blue Mini Quilt – Free Pattern


Hey loves! Are we going to spend another week together learning a lot of beautiful things? Our team separated beautiful quilts and techniques for us to learn together. Let’s start by making the Red White and Blue Mini Quilt, a beautiful pattern full of details that will delight you. In the quilt, the colors chosen range from darker to lighter tones, forming a very discreet and incredible gradient.

It’s not the easiest mini quilt to make, but with a little patience and will, you’ll have a beautiful result. The clippings really need a little more attention. It has spikes and curves in almost every piece. But rest assured that the template with all the shapes is available in the pattern. You can print, cut and mark the fabrics as the designer teaches.


Take it easy, this pattern requires a little more attention. This small quilt finishes at 23″ x 23″, perfect as a wall hanging, a great door decoration or table topper. If you want to make a larger quilt, you can add more than a mini quilt or increase the pattern’s background, leaving the detail in the middle of the quilt.

Image / Pattern / Tutorial: We All Sew

To follow the same pattern, with the same colors, here is the list of materials you will need.

  • Fabrics: white 3/8 yd – backgrounds and borders;
  • dark blue 1/4 yd – apps and borders;
  • medium blue 10″ x 10″ – appliques;
  • light blue 10″ x 10″ – appliques;
  • dark red 1/8 yd – appliques;
  • medium red 1/4 yd – apps and borders;
  • light red 1/8 yd – appliques;
  • light gray 1/3 yd – borders and binding;
  • Piecing and applique quilting threads to match fabrics;
  • Cutting mat, ruler, rotary cutter;
  • Fabric scissors;
  • Fine tip permanent pen;
  • Lightbox (optional);
  • Paper-backed fuse web;
  • Batting: 28″ square;
  • Backing fabric 30″ square;
  • sewing machine.

You can find the red white and blue mini quilt pattern in We All Sew. Measurements, step by step, template, photos, everything you need is there. Read it first before starting to sew. If you have any doubts, let us know in the comments. All very well? Let’s quilt!