Scrap Quilts

Phoebe Moon Quilt Patterns are original PDF designs available by download for quilters who enjoy the creative journey. We offer downloadable quilt patterns so you can get the instructions you need in seconds. Beginning quilters will love our step by step instructions. Seasoned quilters can challenge themselves by experimenting with new and interesting ideas.

Our patterns are professionally tested for accuracy. They are clearly written with detailed instructions and full color diagrams.  These PDF patterns are instantly available and easy to read on your phone or tablet. Browse our selection below and be able to start sewing or choosing your fabric minutes after you choose a pattern.

Notre Dame Mystery Quilt1/1/2007 Notre Dame Stars Quilt Pattern

Sharpen your skills while learning new techniques. This pattern shows you two different ways to make half square triangles and a method of making four
flying geese at once. Lots of detailed instructions and full color graphics make this pattern a breeze. Finishes to approx 60″ square.

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Cook Your Goose Quilt1/1/2007 Cook Your Goose Quilt Pattern

Designed as a class, this pattern shows you two different ways to make perfect flying geese using the Quilt in a Day small flying geese ruler or the
No Math ruler
.  Lots of full colored diagrams and detailed explanations in this pattern. The quilt is 65″ x 78″ but there are instructions in the pattern to enlarge it.

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Jacobs Ladder Quilt1/21/2007 Jacobs Ladder Quilt Pattern

This classic design has been called by many names. In 1915, Marie Webster referred to it as Jacobs Ladder. In 1929, Ruth Finley called it The Underground Railroad. During the newspaper circulation wars of the 1930’s this design found itself recolored and renamed the Rocky Road to California, the Broken Sugar Bowl, Steps to the Altar, Golden Stairs and many more. This pattern includes two of the most popular variations on this pattern, all based on the same block. Three sizes. (52″ x 62″; 60″ x 80″ and 80″ x 90″.)

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Corn off the Cob Scrap Quilt2/4/2007 Corn Off The Cob

This one block quilt can make a variety of dramatic designs depending on how you decide to place the blocks and the size of sashing that you use. This sample is 50″ x 62″.

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Okey Doke Wall Hanging Quilt Pattern2/21/2007 Okey Doke Quilt Pattern

Learn a fun little technique while making both a 56″ x 56″wall hanging and a 22″ x 36″ table runner at the same time. No time goes to waste in this pattern! While you are making the blocks for wall hanging, you will also be making the blocks for the matching tablerunner.Click here for more pictures and to order.
Exuberance Quilt Pattern3/5/2007 Exuberance Quilt Pattern

Exuberance means full of unrestrained enthusiasm or joy which is exactly what this 44″ x 52″ quilt feels like. This fun little quilt makes up quickly
and easily out of six fat quarters, plus some yardage for the borders. Use up your fat quarters and make it scrappy, or use just 2 colors to make it dramatic.Click here for more pictures and to order.
Elementary Star Wall Hanging Quilt Pattern3/16/2007 Elementary Star Quilt Pattern

Just learning to quilt? This is a great pattern for you! This pattern explores all the basics while you create a lovely 34″ x 34″ wall hanging or
table topper.  Topics covered include: straight of grain/bias, accurate cutting, how to get an
perfect 1/4″ seam, how to make a half square triangle block, how to make a quarter square triangle block, twirling the seams to reduce bulk, chain piecing, easing a block component to make sure the block is square, squaring up your top, setting a block (or quilt) on point, adding a mitered border, adding a flange, measuring a border so the quilt lays flat and finishing options.

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Woven Stars Wall Hanging Pattern4/10/2007 Woven Star Quilt Pattern

These stars will weave their way through your heart! This is a pattern for those who want to challenge themselves – it’s not difficult, but you do need to take your time and use lots of pins. The results are worth the extra time it takes. Finishes to 36″ x 36″ but can easily be made larger. Variations given in the pattern.

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Love of Chocolate Lap Quilt4/6/2010 Love of Chocolate

If chocolate makes your heart sing, this 54″ x 54″ quilt might just be for you! If you prefer, you can make it scrappy by using a variety of fabrics – after all, doesn’t a box of chocolate have lots of different kinds in it? You don’t *have* to make it in pinks and browns, however! Choose your own favorite colors.

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Magic Tricks Galore2/8/2010 Magic Tricks Galore

This is a very easy, very quick, very dramatic quilt! It’s almost magical how quickly you will finish this 58″ x 58″ quilt! Learn new techniques while finishing this quilt in just one afternoon. Lots of full colored diagrams and detailed explanations in this pattern.

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Stars in My Eyes1/3/2011 Stars in My Eyes

This lovely 70″ x 70″ lap quilt is designed so you can place 6 1/2” square photos on fabric or other focus fabric in the center of each of the stars. If you have an embroidery machine, here is a chance to use a special design! This mystery uses a special technique to create the sparkle in the stars.

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Blooming Beauty Table Topper7/21/2010 Blooming Beauty Tabletopper or Lap Quilt

This beautiful tabletopper finishes at 34″ x 34″ in just five hours! Need it slightly larger? There is an optional border which will make it 40″ x 40″. Uses the Quilt in a Day large flying geese ruler.  Lots of full colored diagrams and detailed explanations in this pattern.

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Midnight Dreams King Quilt6/14/2011 Midnight Dreams

Create this perfectly pieced heirloom in just 12 steps! This Block of the Month style quilt is designed to help you perfect your piecing skills. The blocks start out simple and get progressively more complicated as you build on the skills learned in the previous block.

If you are just learning to piece quilts, or want a reference book that will help you perfect your skills, this is the book for you! When you are done you will be an experienced piecer with a beautiful 90″ x 95″ top ready for quilting. You CAN make this quilt!

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Roller Coaster Quilt4/24/2011 Roller Coaster

This intricate looking quilt is surprisingly easy to make. Make it from co-ordinating colors or use up your scraps! Its beautiful either way. This quilt finishes approximately 60″ x 75″. Directions are given for fat quarters. Alternate layouts and ideas are also given.

Roller Coaster is a fund-raising quilt pattern for Cystic Fibrosis that only uses Half Square Triangle blocks.  (It shows you a very clever way to
make them:-))  The title refers to the Roller Coaster of emotions experienced by the family of a critically ill child. Proceeds from the sale of this pattern will be donated to Cystic Fibrosis research.

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Savanna Scramble Quilt Pattern8/4/2011 Savanna Scramble

Roar! Your animal hide prints are going to sprint across this savanna in this dynamic lap quilt. Looks great in florals, too Learn a clever new trick for making half-square-triangle blocks, quarter-square-triangle blocks and delectable mountain blocks. This quilt finishes approximately 53″ x 53″. The matching tablerunner finishes approximately 53″ x 18-1/2″.Click here for more pictures and to order.
Around the Neighborhood7/17/2011 Around the Neighborhood

This elaborate looking 64″ x 64″ quilt is surprisingly easy to make and can feature your favorite fabrics in the center and around the neighborhood. Directions are given for a particular line of fabric but can easily be adapted to other lines.

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Bobbins and Spools Quilt1/6/2013 Bobbins and Spools

This is a great scrapbusting quilt!  Gather your small pieces and lonely fat quarters for this dynamic quilt.  You will only need yardage for a  primary focus color, background and border. Directions are included for four sizes of quilts, from baby to king.

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Hearts Delight Wall Hanging1/8/2013 Hearts Delight Wallhanging

This charming little 25″ x 25″ wall quilt will just fit on your front door, or in that small space in your foyer.  Uses the Lil Twister ruler.

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Football Fans Lap Quilt1/28/2013 Football Fans Table Topper

Start this 42″ x 42″ table topper in your favorite team colors in the morning and you will have it done in time to cover the snack table during the big game! The quick and easy piecing of this project makes it perfect for beginners.

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9/24/2013 Circle of Life Log Cabin

This creative quilt is designed to suggest the circle of life in a home.  It is perfectly sized as a cuddle quilt for the end of a bed or back of a couch.  Directions are given for a planned scrappy, but you could easily make this as a scrapbuster using the color values given in the pattern. The pattern has detailed instructions and tips for completing this project.  Finishes 60″ X 60″.

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Easy Bargello Quilt7/30/2013 Easy Bargello Throw Quilt

This easy to make bargello pattern can be completed in one afternoon – after you have chosen the fabrics, that is! Finishes 72″ x 72″. The pattern has detailed instructions and tips for completing this project.

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Autumn Banner Table Runner11/4/2013 Autumn Banner

This charming table runner is a great project for using up scraps! It finishes to a lovely door banner or table topper. Consider using the center to appliqué your favorite fall motif! Finishes about 25″ x 47″.

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Kestria Block of the Month Quilt10/15/2013 Kestria Block of the Month

For ease of construction, this striking quilt is presented in a Block of the Month format. Confident beginners can take their time and complete a block every month to create a lovely 90″ x 102″ quilt. Our sample is done in Christmas colors, but wouldn’t this look lovely in shades of one color?

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Path to Tulip Garden Quilt1/1/2014 The Path to Tulip Cabin

Walk down the tulip path to get to a log cabin!  This 50″ x 50″ quilt was originally a mystery and still retains the step-by-step format. Have fun choosing your fabrics, or make it scrappy!

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12/4/2013 Wreath and Garland Twister Wall Hanging

This glamorous quilt pattern is made using the Lil Twister ruler.  The twister blocks make the wreath – the leftover fabric makes the garland! The tips in this pattern will help you avoid waste while creating a lovely 45″ x 45″ wall hanging or lap quilt.

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Appian Way Log Cabin Quilt2/6/2014 Appian Way Lap Quilt

Like the Appian Way, this 50″ x 50″ log cabin quilt is built piece by piece. It was designed for my guilds “50 Shades of Gray” challenge. The challenge was to use just shades of black, white and gray with ONE other color used as a spark. I ended up choosing the border fabric first, then picking colors from that print to use in the quilt.  Lots of detailed instructions and full color graphics make this pattern a breeze.

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Square Deal Quilt1/3/2014 Square Deal

This quilt is easy to piece using just square blocks!  The pattern suggests different rulers to make this 38″ x 42″ quilt of illusion.  Please note that the pattern is in booklet form – you will need to put the pages together to read it properly.  This quilt was the 2009 NYD Mystery.

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26 Acts of Kindness Lap Quilt 4/27/2014 26 Acts of Kindness

Learn a unique new method of making Quarter Square Triangle blocks (QSTs) while creating a quilt that sparkles and glows with kindness. Lost of detailed instructions and full color graphics make this pattern a breeze. Click on the picture thumbnail to see this quilt up close.  Finishes to approx 46″ X 54″.

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Piecing in the Third Dimension Pattern4/22/2014 Piecing in the Third Dimension

Learn how to make ordinary blocks extraordinary by adding a third dimension.  This technique booklet will show you how to create: 3D bow ties;
square-in-a-square blocks; faux cathedral windows; three different methods of prairie points including continuous prairie points; 3D pinwheels; 3D flower petals; 3D half-square-triangle blocks; a 3D Flying goose block with only one seam; a Flying goose block with no seam; a crocus block and
flanges.

You will not be making a finished project, just experimenting with different ways to make blocks. Prepare to be shocked an amazed at how easy a 3D
block can be to create!  Please note that this pattern is in booklet format.

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My Favorite Quilt Wall Hanging5/15/2014 My Favorite Quilt

This delightful little quilt features your favorite things! Fussy cut the star centers if you like, and put a special motif in the open center. How
about a photo on fabric, or perhaps a basket filled with the flowers of the season created by fussy cutting and fusing the floral motifs from the
border? Finishes 40″ x 49″.

Proceeds from the sale of this pattern will be donated to Cystic Fibrosis research.

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Amish Gone Dotty Wall Hanging5/3/2014 Amish Gone Dotty

This 38″ x 38″ quilt designed by Robbie Sutton thrives on variety! Gather your dotted scraps or use 32 nickel squares to make a dramatic wall hanging.  Proceeds from the sale of this pattern will be donated to Cystic Fibrosis research.

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Marti Gras Quilt Pattern10/19/2014 20 Methods for HST blocks

The Half Square Triangle Block is one of the
basic building blocks used in making quilts. Half square triangle units (HSTs) are squares made up of two triangles. Each triangle occupies half of the
square’s space. As you might expect, there are many, many different methods to make those blocks. This 7 page illustrated tutorial shows you 20 of the most common methods with links to more information on video.  Charts are included for several methods. 8 different rulers are shown as well as 3 different paper piecing methods and
even some out-of-box ideas.

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Stars in My Window Wall Quilt5/16/2014 Stars in My Window

This sparkling quilt will show you to make Flying Geese blocks using the small Quilt in a Day Flying Geese ruler as well as Three Dimensional Cathedral Window blocks.

It looks complicated, but the clearly written and illustrated directions will make it easy. For intermediate quilters or confident beginners who want to learn new techniques. Finishes 48″ x 48″.

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Neighborhood Garden Lap Quilt Pattern 2/2/2015 Neighborhood Garden Quilt Pattern

Based on a marquetry pattern, this quilt teaches how to sew a partial seam. There is even a bonus on the last page!

Find your favorite floral fabric and feature it in the blocks and border of this small quilt. Directions are given for a 40″ x 48″ crib quilt, but can easily be made bigger 48″ x 48″ using the same fabric requirements. If you would like a 48″ x 56″ or 56″ x 56″ quilt, add the optional outer border.

Lots of detailed instructions and full color graphics
make this pattern a breeze.

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New Beginning Tablerunner or Wall Quilt1/5/2015 New Beginnings Tablerunner or Door Hanging

Plan to spend an enjoyable afternoon piecing this sparkling 22″ x 46″ table runner. You could also rearrange the blocks and make a 30" square door hanger using the same cutting directions.

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Apple Butter Lap Quilt 1/10/2016 Apple Butter Quilt

This was the 2016 NYD Mystery quilt.    It is a GREAT beginner quilt, and will help you use up all those annoying jelly rolls you have collected:-))  It finishes approximately  44″ x 56″

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Strolling Geese Lap Quilt10/11/2015 Strolling Geese E Book

This e-book will show you 8 different ways of creating the Flying Goose block while creating a 68″ square quilt, 36″ square table topper and a 17″ x 41″ table runner. Specialty rulers are explained but are NOT required.  Choose your favorite method and fly! Lots of full colored diagrams and detailed explanations are included.

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Scrappy Friends Quilt Finished and on a bed!1/5/2018 Scrappy Friends

Gather your scraps to make this twin sized quilt which sparkles with friendship. It finishes 53″ x 73″ but you can add additional borders to make
it larger. The quilt in the picture above has a larger border.

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123 Mystery Quilt Pattern12/28/2017 1-2-3 Mystery

This quilt pattern is a mystery designed to be made by a group and contains a copyright release for up to 20 copies for the members of that group. Of course, you can make if for yourself if you like! The mystery is not revealed until the quilt is complete. It makes a 45″ x 60″ quilt suitable for a toddler or preschooler.

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Copyright: You may make one copy of this pattern for your personal use only.  This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use, and can not be distributed in part or total in any form.  Permission is hereby granted to use any pattern for teaching purposes, provided that the student downloads their own copy of the pattern.

Purchase or free download of a pattern entitles you to make any number of quilts for your own use or gifts, and up to ten quilts for sale. You may publicly display this quilt in any venue and enjoy the winnings you are sure to receive. Please credit the pattern on your label. All rights are reserved on these patterns, which means you cannot legally copy and distribute these patterns, nor can you adapt it and claim it as your own. To legally share a pattern with someone, that person must download their own copy.