Free Pattern Friday: Wedding Bells

Is your calendar loaded with weddings and bridal showers? Send the newlyweds your best wishes with these projects, including gifts, accessories and sweet treats.

Be Still My Beating Patchwork Heart

1Be Still My Beating Patchwork Heart

Want to give patchwork a try? This beginner pattern is perfect! Make a few of these blocks and turn them into a quilt, wall hangings or pillow for the happy couple.

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Gift card wallet

2Gift Card Wallet

Any couple would appreciate a gift card to furnish a home or have fun on the honeymoon. Stitch one up and add a personal touch that shows you care.

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knitted dishcloths

3Grammy’s Favorite Dishcloth

Hand-knit dishcloths are fast, easy to make and work like a dream. They hold up well with use, making a nice addition to kitchen gifts like dishes, pots,and pans.

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maia crochet blanket

4Maia Blanket

Hexagons motifs come together into a crochet blanket of any size, so you can make a lacy throw, bed runner or full-size blanket. The more motifs you make, the bigger it gets!

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lace stitch applique

5Circle Lace Stitch Appliqué

Few things symbolize a marriage like a monogram. This appliqué frame stitches up in 12 popular formats and sizes from 4″ x 4″ to 8″ x 8″. Just add your own fonts for a customized gift.

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cali band bracelet

6 Cali Band

Pair up three-hole marquis-shaped beads and stacker beads for fashionable bracelets that are a breeze to make. Make a set for your wedding ensemble.

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personlized wedding cake

7Personalized Wedding Cakes

Take personalization to a new level when you discover how to decorate cakes with calligraphy. Use piping and edible markers to make elegant cakes, including a chalkboard version.

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Robin Klein

Thank you for all the free patterns. Always a favorite.


How do I get the free tutorial for personalized wedding cakes? The link just seems to be an article…


There is one free “mini” class to learn lettering. The article appears to just show inspiration. A Crafty class is required for the actual “how-to” (if you scroll all the way down to the end of the article). Sort of misleading, I agree.

Sheryl Bordelon

At bottom of the article there is a link for a free tutorial ( from a different designer) .

George Reed

I really enjoy receiving these free patterns on Fridays. Tnx

P. J. Varner

Thank you for the free patterns! Love them.


I love Free Friday’s. There is always something for everyone on it. Thanks for sending the ideas my way.


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