First, I saw this beauty over the weekend by Lilly Quilts on Moda Bake Shop. How gorgeous is this quilt? It takes a layer cake and a couple yards of Bella Solid. Easy peasy. This is definitely on my short list of quilts to make.
And then there's this lovely by Ashley of Film in the Fridge. The quilt is called Rectangle Squared. I love how complex the quilt looks even though the block itself is incredibly simple.
I recently saw a Stacked Coins quilt live and in person at the February Cincinnati Modern Quilt Guild meeting, and now I can't get it off my mind. This tutorial by Crazy Mom Quilts for Moda Bake Shop is one I've often clicked to but have never put rotary cutter to fabric to make. It's time.
While I've already blogged about my wish to make a flying geese quilt, I came across this pattern by the fabulous Red Pepper Quilts. The quilting lines are so charming - it's exactly how I will quilt my flying geese quilt... when I finally get around to making it, that is!
Finally, I really want to make a square-in-a-square quilt and have had my eye on this tutorial on Cluck Cluck Sew for some time now. Designer Kersten of Frozen Knickers chose to vary the print fabric vs. the solid fabric on the outer square ring, giving the quilt a lot of dimension. And it's Honey Bun friendly, to boot!
So that's my quilt-pattern short list. What's on yours? Please share links in the comments block. After all, the never-ending queue of quilts is half the fun of being a quilter, right?