Love Patchwork and Quilting Templates

From quilt blocks to paper piecing patterns, we release a set of free quilting templates every month for our magazine projects. They're also handy if you're looking for inspiration for your next project. Browse our archive and recent templates below...

Love Patchwork and Quilting templates
Published: September 28, 2022 at 2:55 pm
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If you’re looking for quilting templates to help you piece precise quilts filled with all sorts of awesome designs, this is the place to come! From foundation paper piecing templates to quilt blocks and essential shapes for your patchwork, this list of all of the quilting templates from our past catalogue of Love Patchwork & Quilting magazine is a treasure trove of handy resources for your quilt making.


We’ve created this directory of links to all of the free quilting templates and quilt patterns from our past issues. Simply select the issue you need from the list below to download the PDF templates you need.

Downloading templates is handy if you read our magazine and don’t want to damage your printed copy, or if we couldn’t fit a template on the magazine page at 100% size. It’s also super-useful if you’re a digital subscriber. Whether you use Apple Newsstand, Zinio or Google Play, this is the easiest way to print your templates onto paper – no fuss!

2022 quilting templates

2021 quilting templates

2020 quilting templates

2019 quilting templates

2018 quilting templates

2018 quilting templates

2017 quilting templates

2016 quilting templates

2015 quilting templates


2014 quilting templates


Sophia CanoProduction Editor, Love Patchwork & Quilting

Keen crafter and editing aficionado Sophia loves to keep tabs on the latest trends in modern quilting and work with leading quilt designers worldwide to produce top quality content for Love Patchwork & Quilting magazine. Sophia feels at home in the crafting community, having successfully run an indie biz on Instagram (@sewphiacano) selling hand-embroidered hoops, t-shirts and tote bags alongside studying for her degree from UCL in History of Art & Philosophy and running her university magazine as editor-in-chief. When she’s not busy editing, she’s probably embroidering at home, snuggled up in a jumper knitted by her abuela, or a blanket crocheted by her mum (evidence of her lineage from a long line of amazing crafty women).

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