Free patchwork card making papers
Why choose between quilting and papercraft when you can combine the too? We’re completely taken with these autumnal Country Quilt papers designed by Jenny Ellory. Piece all the different patchwork textures together to make fabulously-crafted patterns that are perfect for cosy cards.
The stitched effects on these papers, coupled with the the sewing-themed greetings are perfect for any keen stitchers or fans of haberdashery. If you want more sewing-themed designs, we’ve got lots of gorgeous free vintage sewing printables and greetings: If you love the warm hues of the autumnal colours in this collection, make sure you take a look at our fantastic downloadable patterned papers. PPllus, if you want to create more cosy cards, we’ve got some fab wool-themed and knitwear-themed free papers for your to download!
Click here to find inspiration for cards to make with your Country Quilt digital papers.
How to download your free patchwork papers
Simply click on the one you want, to enlarge it, then drag and drop the image onto your desktop. You can also right-click on the larger image to save it. Find more free printables and ideas for cards in our Downloads section.
Country Quilt card making inspiration
Starburst quilt card
Use the papers to create a beautiful fan of patterns on the card front and finish the design with a patchwork topper and sentiment. If you love the look of this starburst design, take a look at our how-to guide to help you create your own version!
Cosy quilt stepper card
A pretty geometric quilt forms the main panel of this card. Add a stepper and a sentiment as an extra sweet detail.
Sew pretty patchwork card
Layer up the papers in strips to create this charming birthday card!
An experienced illustrator, Jenny Ellory has created designs for fashion, stationery, homeware and publishing companies. After studying surface pattern design at university, Jenny has learned to find inspiration everywhere around her, and especially loves to create nature designs. You can find out more about her designs and check out her blog on her website, www.jennyellory.co.uk