Red and Green Quilt 14 and the Project Book

Not sure that it will be a favourite, but like the idea of adding the circles behind some of the blocks.

A new pattern sheet has been added today, which means that there are only five of the six featured in the book are now available.

Current Block Pattern Sheet Freebies

The rule here is get them while you can!

As well, the booklet is ready to go.

To get the PDF of Red and Green Quilts Project Book leave a comment below … make it a nice one!

Please note that this is not an instruction book, just a collection of otherwise unpublished layouts for table runners, table toppers and various size quilts you can make with the collection of patterns sheets which have been available over the last month.

You will also get a link to Google Docs so you can download the Electric Quilt project file I used to put the booklet together.

 I do plan to have it all ready to be attached to emails before the post is published, but Murphy’s Law operates around my place!

Update before publication!

I beat Murphy’s law, and all is ready to go!


About Virtual Quilter

I am a quilter who designs many more quilts than I will ever make, and I am sharing one quilt design every day in Virtual Quilter. I also share my completed projects in Stuff-Ups, and Christmas decorations in Christmas Everyday of the Year.
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55 Responses to Red and Green Quilt 14 and the Project Book

  1. Barbara Lutterbein says:

    Christmas is one of my favorite times of year and I love red and green quilts. Now I have a Christmas quilt project to finish for next Christmas – maybe if I start now!
    Thank you!


  2. Vickie says:

    Thank you for your beautiful patterns. I am amazed at what you have created. Its is a wonderful thing to be able to “make quilts” virtually cos we certainly wouldn’t have time to make them in real life! Maybe a couple of your blocks will become cushions first then in time a quilt to match.


  3. I like the circles behind the blocks. For me, they are a positive element to the design; more interest for me. And I am thrilled that you are sharing!


  4. Deevena says:

    Can’t to start this. This is like so cool.



  5. I think your designs are wonderful. I ma just start appliqueing again!


  6. Nerida says:

    I’m loving all the Red and Green blocks, as soon as I’ve got caught up on my It takes 2 quilt I’ll start cutting this one out. It looks like it’s going to be a very red year in quilting for me at least I can use the same reds in both quilts and I do love Red. Thank You


  7. Phyllis Hamrick says:

    Your designs are wonderful! Looks like you spend a lot of time on them, but as many as you have done, they probably just flow out. Well tomorrow will end the first month of the year and I still haven’t got started on anything new.


  8. Karen says:

    How on earth could any one not leave a nice comment. I have been digging out various shades of green and making towers of fabric all because of you. All good of course. I will use up more stash. I have been thinking that the batiks and hand dyes with their subtle variations could make for a really interesting quilt.


    • Karen,

      I am more than willing to take the blame for towers of fabric! Yes, batiks would be good, along with tone on tone prints, mixed with hand dyes … don’t forget to have shades of red too!

      Judy B


  9. Michele says:

    I love the quilts you design


  10. Linda J says:

    HI Judy, I’m loving these red and green blocks. I love applique and these blocks are wonderful. Thanks for sharing them with us.
    Linda J in GA


  11. Saroja says:

    Thank you so much for your inspirational designs – fearless exploration into traditional and not-so-traditional designs has given me a lot to consider and reconsider! I love this red and green series.


  12. Nancy says:

    A GREAT BIG THANK YOU for all these lovely patterns! Love them!


  13. Donna says:

    Thank you Judy – I look forward to seeing what you have created every day! I would love to have your booklet and play with your designs too.


  14. Chris says:

    I just found your patterns and can’t wait to try them. Just totally beautiful! Should be lots of fun and challenging at the same time. Thank-you very much.


  15. Christiane says:

    Hi Judy,
    I´m a EQ -maniac from Germany and I think your designs are all so beautiful!
    I wish,the day would have 48 hours.



  16. Cherie Lumsden says:

    As usual blown away by how many designs and how great they are.



  17. Margaret says:

    Very nice blocks. Looking forward to making them in hand applique.


  18. Jan Allston says:

    Hi Judy, The Red and Green patterns are beautiful. I really look forward to seeing the new ones as they arrive on your page.
    Thanks for sharing them with us and for all the FMQ you’ve been doing and also sharing. Now I’m looking forward to the Project Book as well!
    Jan – on a cold and “looks-like-snow” day in Sussex.


  19. Eileen says:

    Judy, I would love to have the booklet and EQ file for this. Your Christmas quilts have a real elegance to them.


    • Eileen,

      The book and EQ project file are yours … enjoy them. I saw some photos of an old house yesterday, and the only thing missing was an old fashioned but elegant quilt and one of these would have been just right.

      Judy B


  20. Donia Rankin says:

    These are great. I don’t see how you can do so much.


  21. Susanne Ramsey says:

    I love seeing how the quilts evolve. You’ve inspired me to play more in EQ and not stop with just the basics.


    • Susanne,

      More important than sharing the designs and seeing others use them, knowing that someone is inspired to play with design is wonderful! I am planning to show more of how a design grows, but it is hard not to race ahead!

      Judy B


  22. Joan says:

    Judy, looking at your designs have become a regular part of my day for over a year. I’ve been lurking for a long time, but you’ve lured me out with your generous sharing of the EQ project file! (and the PDFs) Thanks for sharing your time and talents!


  23. Leslie says:

    I have saved many of your designs for inspiration, but I know this one will be on my “must do” list for this year. Thank you for your offering of the pdf files and the EQ file link.


  24. Pam says:

    I had not been to your site before, thank goodness for EQ’s Newsletter. How fun it must be to see all those quilts come to view with this great program. Thank you for sharing.

    Pam Hendricks


    • Pam,

      A belated welcome now I have found your comment lost in the email box. Glad I had sent the PDF … and yes, it is a lot of fun watching what happens on the screen as I move things around. Instant gratification is a great thing!

      Judy B


  25. CMH says:

    I am getting a late start, but enjoy your designs. Thanks for being generous with your creativity. Carol


  26. Donna Bachmann says:

    Judy, You’ve done it again!!! Fabulous quilts. I’ve looked a long time for a Red/White/Green quilt and I love applique. Your’s will fill the bill nicely. I absolutely love all the versions, but especially the one with the pale design appliqued in the “plain block”. Can’t wait to get started.
    Thanks so much.


  27. mireille Lefevre says:

    magnifique superbe tres impatiente de commencer voir le site est mon plaisir de tous les matins


  28. Debbie C says:

    This quilt is absolutely gorgeous (as are most of them). Thank you so much for sharing.


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