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10 Valentine Quilt Tutorials

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Are you thinking about gifts for Valentines’ Day?

I always enjoy making projects for Valentine’s Day, I think it is because I love the color red so much.

Today I am sharing 10 free Valentine quilt tutorials that I have done over the years.

Quilt tutorials for Valentines Day

Be sure to check out my post which is a roundup of Valentine’s Day tutorials done by other quilters.

I went back through my blog posts and found quite a few tutorials that I think you will enjoy.

If you have been following me for some time……you have probably already seen them but maybe you have time now to make one or two!

I had to share this sweet photo of our little Sadie, she is no longer with us but in our hearts forever.

Sadie-Valentine-Day

10 Valentine quilt tutorials

Twisting Heart Wall Hanging

My most popular Valentine quilt project is my Twisting Heart Wall hanging. Would you believe that I made this back in 2013! It continues to be a favorite on Pinterest.

Free Quilt Tutorial Twisting Heart Valentine at ConnieKresin.com

Red Strings Table Runner

Here is another oldie from 2012! My Red Strings Tablerunner tutorial which is perfect for Valentine’s Day. This now resides at my daughter’s house and she even puts it out at Christmas time!

Tutorial Red Strings tablerunner at ConnieKresin.com

Valentine Heart Table Runner

The Valentine Heart Tablerunner is a beautiful batik piece with 3 easy hearts. It is a good thing I went back and looked at this post….somehow the pictures had disappeared….that doesn’t make a very good tutorial!

Heart Table Runner Tutorial batiks

Can you tell I love table runners! I made this one in February 2015.

Red Snail Trail Table Runner

Red Snail Trail would make a neat Valentine’s table runner also. It uses the AccuQuilt GO! Big Snail Trail die.

Red Snail Trail tablerunner in snow ConnieKresin.com

Batik Table Topper

Batik Table Topper – this is a table topper I made using Island Batik fabrics.

Batik Valentine Table Topper Tutorial

Valentine Table Runner

Valentine Tablerunner– This has been updated to include cutting directions if you don’t have an AccuQuilt GO! cutting system.

Valentine Table Runner made with AccuQuilt dies

Valentine Fabric Baskets

My basket tutorial made in reds for Valentine’s Day.

Galentine-Fabric-Baskets-Mug-Rugs Tutorials ConnieKresin.com

Galentine’s Day Mug Rug

Galentine’s Day Mug Rug – love this, what a great way to use up scraps!

Galentine's Day Mug Rug Tutorial ConnieKresin.com

Batiks Coasters and basket

Batik coasters and basket – This would be cute for Valentine’s Day and you won’t believe how easy it is to make!

Batik Coasters and Fabric Basket Tutorial

Printables

Free Printable for Galentine’s Day or Valentine’s Day.

Free printable cards for Valentine's Day or Galentine's Day ConnieKresin.com

Valentine Table Runner

Valentine Table Runner

This is one of my favorite table runners and I think it might have been one of the first patterns that I wrote.

Valentine Table Runner Tutorial at ConnieKresin.com
Valentine Tutorials at ConnieKresin.com

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17 Comments

  1. Procrastination has taken over and I don’t know what I want to make next. Too many choices.

    So happy Rusty is doing well. Thank you for sharing the good news.

  2. Wow, a great selection of projects! I will need to make something fairly quick and I see one or two that may just work. Thank you so much. I sure hope the up heals well. You are such a giving and supportive person, I am sure he will be getting the best attention possible.

  3. esther jarvis says:

    I don’t remember my password.

  4. I really like all of these. It is hard to pick a favorite. I will need to get me some red fabrics.

  5. Robyn Lidstone says:

    So many lovely projects – bright and practical. I’ll need a red fabric buying spree to re-charge my stash.
    Thanks Connie for this amazing list of tutorials.

  6. B Cyphers says:

    I made your twisted heart wallhanging several years ago and it is one of my favorites.

  7. Monica Kostak says:

    Thanks Connie..i have made the twisted heart wall hanging and can’t wait to display it again this year!!

  8. Thanks for showing all of your past Valentine projects! They are so inspiring — I am definitely making the snail trail table runner in red — AWESOME!

  9. Chris Smith says:

    Hi Connie, thank you for the printable notes! Your Twister Heart is on my sewing table for next week. It looks so awesome, I’ve had the tool for some time and your tutorial has inspired me to try it out. Enjoy your weekend, it is a beautiful sunny day here in Michigan. Chris

  10. So many beautiful Valentine projects you’ve created over the years…wow! That Sadie is so dang cute!

  11. Red is such a lively color and your Valentine projects are beautiful. Since I am not a quilter I can honestly say I have made some of those fabric boxes and given them as gifts with goodies inside. Happy HeArts and Valentine’s to YOU Connie Dear…<3

  12. So many beautiful things to make for Valentines. I’ve made that red string table runner back in 2012. Hope to use another of your ideas this year.

  13. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Connie; Sorry that you missed Sadie’s haircut appointment. I am in the process of giving my poodle Mr. Shakes, his haircut. He really looks funny right now, all legs but one are shortened and so I call him Mr. Lopsided. He just cocks his head at me. LOL. Sadie always looks beautiful though! It is kind of sad, but I have not been into Valentines for many years. Yet, your Valentines Table Runner really caught my attention. The large stars with the hearts are so perfectly spaced, in my opinion and in yours also as you designed it LOL. I really do think that I will make this for my Mother this year. Thank you for sharing all of your great patterns and I look forward to seeing more everyday! Have a fantastic day!

  14. I have always enjoyed your Valentine projects. Thanks for the links.

  15. Thank you for reminding me of all the wonderful Valentine’s Tutorials you’ve written! So inspiring!

  16. Karin Callander says:

    I do love that twister pattern – your quilting really enhances the design! Thanks for including the cutting directions; I don’t have a GO! and unless I win one somewhere, somehow, I just don’t foresee one in my future. 🙁

    When I got to the basket picture, I thought for a moment that was Sadie popping up out of the middle one! She’s a cutie, for sure!!