Want to know how this program works? Please check out the specifications for the quilts on the Ronald McDonald House page, along with more great patterns and ways to help the House!
Some of these patterns may be a little bigger than 40″x 40″ but can easily be adjusted.
- Baby Basket Quilt from Woodberry Way
- Baby Parachute Pattern by Crazy Mom Quilts
- Basically Kids Stuff quilt free at Connecting Threads
- Candy Circle Quilt by Cheryl Brickey
- Disappearing 9-Patch Baby Quilt from Better Off Thread
- Double Pinwheels Quilt at Connecting Threads (make 16 blocks)
- Easiest Chevron pattern – by Jamie Sanders
- Genny & Ruth Pattern – designed by Elizabeth Hartman
- Giant Flying Geese blocks (no waste with layer cakes) – by Reanna Lily Designs
- Have a Heart by Piece O’ Cake
- HOORay by Heidi Pridemore
- Jelly Roll Jam from the Fat Quarter Shop
- Knee Socks quilt block by Elizabeth Hartman
- Lighthouse Quilt Along at Fresh Lemons
- Nine Patch Bento Box by Janet Wickell
- Pachyderm Patches Designed by Sarah Price of It’s Sew Emma
- The Penta Pinwheel by SewCanShe
- Quilt-As-You-Go Coin Pattern – by Teri Stillwell
- A Quilt for Claire by Emily Taylor Designs
- Really Simple 9 Patch Quilt by Piece O’ Cake
- Rodeo by Samantha Walker at Riley Blake Designs
- Shooting Star Quilt Pattern by Moose on the Porch Quilts
- Simple Stripes Quilt by Diary of a Quilter
- Spiderweb Block (make 4 mini quilts & combine) – by Sew Mama Sew
- Spring Splash designed by Shelby Morris on McCall’s site
- Star Baby Quilt by Amy Smart from Diary of a Quilter
- Star Crossed Block by Don’t Call Me Betsy
- Sweet Baby Quilt – free online at Claudia’s Quilt Shoppe
- To The Point by Amy Gibson at Stitchery Dickory Dock
- Toddle Time quilt by Vivian Ritter at McCall’s Quilting
- Tulip Chain Quilt by Emily Taylor for Riley Blake Designs
Missouri Quilt Company has a bunch of free videos on YouTube showing quick and easy ways to complete all sorts of blocks too!
Messing with Magic Numbers in Quilts – If you find yourself with a lot of stash fabric in small pieces, cut them into blocks and make this fun scrappy quilt! Sew Katie Did shows you how to use up 6.5″, 4.5″ and 2.5″ blocks in this blog.
Feeling a little more adventurous? Try a paper pieced block! Here are a few links that might interest you:
If you’ve never paper pieced, not to worry! There are several different methods and tutorials out there on the interweb. Here are a few:
- Paper Pieced tutorial by Fresh Lemons – check out all her other tutorials and patterns too!
- How to Paper Piece by Lindsay Conner on Craftsy
- Paper Piecing Tutorial (Video) by Jennifer Mathis