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Celebrate Patriotic Holidays with 7 Free Quilt Patterns

Get Ready to Celebrate with these Patriotic Quilt Patterns

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Patriotic National Holidays in the United States

Presidents’ Day – The Third Monday in Feb.

  • Until the mid-1970s, the Feb. 22 birthday of George Washington was a national holiday. Abraham Lincoln’s February 12 birthday was also a holiday in most states. The two celebrations have been joined into one, and the holiday has been expanded to include all past presidents.

Memorial Day –  The Last Monday in May

  • This holiday honors and remembers those who have died. It originally honored the dead of the Civil War. It is now considered a day to remember the dead of all wars and the dead in general.

The Fourth of July or Independence Day – July 4

  • July 4 is the celebration of the United States’ birthday and the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. It is widely marked by picnics, fireworks and the flying of the American flag.

Patriot Day – September 11

  • September 11 was designated as Patriot Day in 2001 in honor of those who lost their lives in the attacks of September 11, 2001.  Government facilities are directed to fly the flag at half-mast on Patriot Day. In addition, the President calls upon all Americans to display the flag at half-staff from their homes on that day and to observe a moment of silence beginning at 8:46 a.m. eastern daylight time to honor the victims of the attacks.

Veterans Day – November 11

  • Veterans Days was originally called Armistice Day and was created to honor Americans who served in World War I. It now honors the veterans of all the wars the United States has fought in.

Free Patriotic Themed Quilt Patterns

1. GO! Fantastic Fireworks Table Topper Quilt Pattern

This pattern was designed by Heidi Pridemore of the Whimsical Workshop. It’s the perfect time to create the Fantastic Fireworks Table Topper to decorate for your patriotic event. This project would look lovely in any style fabrics and are a snap to make with these dies. This table topper is like potato chips, you can’t make just one!

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2. GO! Union Quilt Pattern

Celebrate any patriotic holiday with the GO! Union Quilt Pattern. This quilt was designed by Eleanor Burns using her exclusive Eagle Die. This quilt features beloved symbols of U.S. patriotism. It’s so pretty you can hang it year round.

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3. GO! An American Beauty Wall Hanging Pattern

This lovely wall hanging will bring a bit of patriotic pizzazz to any room. Drunkard’s Path and machine appliqué are a great combination of techniques in this beauty.

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4. GO! Hidden Stars Quilt Pattern

Fall asleep under the stars. Combine Flying Geese with Four-Patch units to create the classic Eight-Pointed Star design. This is an easy-to-make bed quilt that is perfect for any red, white and blue decor.

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5. GO! Qube Cutting Edge Throw Quilt Pattern

This GO! Qube 9″ Cutting Edge Throw Quilt is a great example of using a number of classic shapes to create an original and magnificent quilt with many angles that draw you in immediately. A variety of color combinations can make this quilt look completely different.

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6. GO! Confetti Welcome Wall Quilt Pattern

Add a touch of patriotic colors to your wall or table with the GO! Confetti Welcome Wall Hanging.

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7. GO! Americana Table Top Quilt Pattern

Celebrate your love of country in this GO! Americana Table Topper. Rearrange the red, white and blue colors in your fabric stash to create an entirely different look for your project.

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