Appliqué Quilt Patterns

Appliqué quilt patterns are the perfect way for quilters of any level to add a little something extra to their projects. While some might think of this technique as something more traditional, other quilters might find the look modern when paired with the right quilt fabrics. As a result, appliqué patterns and projects appeal to a wide variety of quilters, novice and seasoned. Whether you prefer the look of needle-turn or raw-edge, or simply enjoy using fusible web, each of these projects shows you a different take on a well-known and widely used technique.

When fusing larger appliqué patches, the added bulk of fusible material may add undesirable stiffness to the quilt in the fused area, which could affect the overall feel of the finished quilt. But luckily, we have a solution just for you! All you have to do is try this tip for windowing fusible appliqué technique. We guarantee you'll be oh-sew happy!

To window your fusible appliqué patches, trim away approximately ¼ of fusible web inside the finished patch edge line prior to fusing.

After tracing an appliqué motif onto the paper side of fusible web, lightly draw another line approximately ¼…