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Triangle Jitters Quilt Pattern

This stunning pattern comes in king - baby quilt sizes.


Stars Hollow

Fat Quarter friendly and tons of fun to make. Maybe even while watching Gilmore Girls!​


77 thoughts on “You’re signed up!

  1. Frank Figueredo says:

    I found your site by following a link on The Quilt Show newsletter. Thoroughly like your patterns and advice column! I will enjoy reading your newsletters.

  2. Nell Herrero says:

    Thank you for the free pattern and the quilt size chart. The chart will be very helpful as i quilt with my church ministry for the abused and battered women and children.

  3. Susan says:

    Just discovered you from someone’s Facebook post. They were showing their triangle jitters quilt and I immediately fell in love with it. Gorgeous modern quilt!

  4. Wendy Womack says:

    You’re amazing, I love the free pattern i got for signing up. It’s sooooo well written and LOVE the color options at the end. Would prefer to see photos of actual quilts in those colors, but those are good too!

  5. Josette says:

    Found your website by just googling around for a quilt pattern ideas. Thanks for the free pattern & I especially enjoyed your updated log cabin examples (I live in a log home).

  6. Genevieve says:

    Thank you so much for the pattern. I found your website from Shannon Fraser Design Improv. I have just started trying out quilting & I am thinking I like the Improv ones the best. Appreciate all your help 🙂

  7. Glenda says:

    Thanks for the free quilt pattern! I just found your website and I think that it will help me with my quilting questions, etc. and I like your quilt patterns.


    thank you for such a great and wonderful web pages that help us beginners…thank you so much and of course for a free pattern …

  9. Theresa A says:

    I am a new quilter. I started with baby quilts, 2 of them. I found you on Pinterest. So happy I bumped into you, hope it didn’t hurt. I want to thank you for the free quilt pattern.

  10. Tanya Renae says:

    Thank you for the free pattern. I have been sewing for awhile but new to quilting. I have made my first quilt about 2 years ago. I am ready to go for number 2. 😁

  11. Connie says:

    Kind of you to offer a free pattern, forgive me for not downloading it…I do look forward to your blog though! Love modern quilts…

  12. Naomi says:

    Thank’s for having me and for my free pattern. I love your designs, such helpful advice and info, I enjoy following you on instagram too.

  13. Jill says:

    Thanks for the free pattern. As a “traditional” quilter, I am looking forward to being challenged to attempt something more modern.

  14. Jill P Davis says:

    Lol remember the creepy Stars Hollow “museum” where they named the town. “What shall we call this place? Hollow stars hollow stars Hollow…”

  15. Bess Casey Wilke says:

    I have been following you on Instagram, and I love your patterns and tips. I have been sewing children’s clothing for awhile, and I am just starting to realize how amazing quilting can be. Instagram inspiration has completely transformed my mind on quilting (I used to just think of quilting as a grandma hobby). Thanks for the inspiration and free quilt pattern!
    Also, if you have never read the children’s book “The Keeping Quilt”, it reminds me of your Bohemian Garden Quilt. As I have watched your process on the Bohemian Garden Quilt, it seems to me that it is the perfect quilt to make with a group of people you love to cherish and pass down for generations.

  16. marymark77 says:

    Just bought your Minimal Triangles quilt pattern-looking forward to making baby quilt for my fourth grandchild 🙂

  17. Cheryl says:

    Long-time sewist, fairly new quilter, now that the kids are grown (are they ever?….) I have finished 3 quilt tops, several baby quilts, and 1queen-size free-motion quilted quilt. Looking forward to learning more & enjoying the process!

  18. Shelagh Peake says:

    Thank you for accepting my request to become a member. Just printing out the lovely free pattern to add to my ever growing collection. Think I may have to live for another 100 years to make all the lovely projects I want to do. Thanks for the pattern and once again thanks for allowing me to join. Shelagh – Perth Australia…

  19. Lindsay says:

    I have no idea how to quilt, I don’t even know how to sew. My mom does both, old school and traditional.
    You are an inspiration on how to carry on her legacy in my own way! Thank you!

  20. Tinilounap says:

    Suzy you are an inspiration, you certainly understand how to break the steps down to manageable size. Thank you for the newsletters and blogs I have learned so much from you already I am sure you you will teach me more. I am looking forward to a long relationship. Tinilou

  21. K says:

    Thanks for the free pattern! I just bought Triangle Jitters at my local quilt shop. Do you list anywhere the fabrics used in your quilts? Specifically the blue/yellow combo for Triangle Jitters? Thanks and I’m excited to make it!

  22. Helen Dobby says:

    hi Suzy. Saw your Quilt Show episode and have signed up for your newsletter. Thank you for the free pattern. I have many ideas for it already.

  23. Doreen says:

    Thank you for the free quilt pattern. I’m looking forward to making more modern quilts. Loved your video on hand quilting, very inspiring.

  24. Susan ACEVEDO says:

    Thanks for the inspiration on your appearance on the Quilt Show
    Can’t wait to start improvisational little quilts…mojo is great

  25. Etta says:

    Thanks for the free quilt pattern. I think I’ll hand quilt it. The straight lines look like they’ll stand up well to hand quilting.

  26. Marika says:

    Thank you for signing me up. Do you have more free patterns, I live far ar away in Africa, and ordering a pattern is out of the question with our expensive exchange rate.

    • Suzy Quilts says:

      I do! If you check the Free Pattern section of my blog you will find more. Also, since all of my patterns are sold as digital PDFs, there’s no shipping cost.

  27. Rae Craig says:

    Thank you for the free pattern and for allowing me to subscribe. Looking forward to seeing your next project!

  28. Paula Fernandez-Knight says:

    Hi Suzy!
    Found you through Midnight Quilt Show! Love the modern look of your patterns! I’m excited to try one.

  29. Pam Yee says:

    Thank you for the free pattern. I have been following you on Facebook and love all the quilts I have seen people making from your amazing patterns!

  30. Vivian Nolen says:

    Your patterns are refreshing. I decided I wanted my sofa pillows to be quilted and saw your website and investigated. I’m very excited at what I’ve seen. Will start on one today.

  31. Jennifer Peters says:

    Hey Susie. I’ve started quilting last year and your blog is one of the first pieces of info that really explains details a beginner needs. I’m hang out of YouTube platform most of the time and just yesterday I saw some of your videos. (I’m buying a clapper) lol. But my question: when tearing fabric to get on grain, does fabric have to be prewashed? I have a deer panel I’m turning into a queen size. I’m drafting Aztec designs for top and bottom of panel and I need my strips straight. My guess is to wash the panel and all, then tear solids to get on grain. But in this case I’m not sure. Help

    • Suzy Quilts says:

      I suggest prewashing if you want to tear your fabric. Prewashing helps the threads lose the stretch and warp they get while wrapped around a bolt of fabric. It sounds like you aren’t planning on ripping around the panel and I think that’s a great idea. Fabric is not always printed on grain and I’d hate for part of your panel to get ripped off.

  32. Kathleen Nagel says:

    Thank you for the free pattern. I am getting ready to start your Bird Watching quilt using Charley Harper’s fabric. Waiting for my last piece of fabric.

  33. Jessica Olney says:

    I love the patterns here and thank you for the free one! I am going to make the Shine quilt for my husband. I have made a lot of blankets, mostly knit and crochet, and have only just been quilting since this Spring but I am now a quilting addict. My husband is always taking everyone else’s throw blankets I have made, so this one will be for him! I love the graphic look of the blocks and can’t wait to see how the colors I chose turn out! I’ll add the free pattern to my “to do” list!

  34. Eileen W says:

    Thank you for the pattern and the inspiration! I’m very new to quilting and working on Squared (which is very forgiving for beginners, thank you!). I’ve sewed for years, but never quilted until this summer. Absolutely love your designs and style. So much to learn! Thank you again.

  35. Sonja Vinson says:

    I like all your patterns but I am behind a special pattern “Aztec quilt” I would like to bye it and if its possible as kit it would be wonderful, but I am laky if I only get the pattern. Thanks a lot for helping me.

  36. Monique D says:

    En parcourant le blog The Joyful Quilter que je suis régulièrement, j’ai lu son article dans lequel elle parlait de “Suzy Quilts”. Je suis venue et je me suis inscrite car je trouve votre blog intéressant.
    J’ai ainsi reçu le modèle gratuit et je vous en remercie.
    Je pense que j’aurai l’occasion de puiser beaucoup de conseils à la lecture de vos lettres d’informations.

  37. Karen S says:

    Thank you so much for the lovely free quilt pattern. I haven’t quilted in more than 15 years, but have a UFO that is calling to me, and am so excited to see all the new modern twists in quilting! I have quite a stash just waiting to find it’s purpose.

  38. Lisa says:

    You are such a pleasure to listen to! I can’t wait to give hand quilting a try! First I have to make the quilt, I’ll definitely be checking out your quilting 101 ☺️

  39. margery churchville says:

    I signed up for your newsletter with promise of free pattern. I saw link to download the free pattern. What happened to download? I cannot find it.

    • Laura Hopper says:

      Hi Margery! When you sign up for the newsletter, you’ll receive an automatically generated email from us with a download link. Sounds like you got that email, but if you didn’t, we always recommend checking in spam or promotions folders. Once you click the download link, it will download onto your computer and you can find it in your downloads folder! You can always send us an email at with any other questions or to have the pattern PDF emailed to you if you can’t find the email with the download link. Thanks!

  40. Maria Josefa says:

    Agradeço pelo padrão grátis e também por participar desse grupo. Sou uma apaixonada por patchwork e faço colchas já há alguns anos e sempre tem novidades para se aprender. Um abraço daqui de São Paulo/Brasil.

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