If you’d had told me a year ago when I first posted links for downloading the free patterns that this page would become one of the most popular pages on my site, I never would have believed you. It’s been an amazing first year since I first posted those links and that page last year saw just over 19,000 visitors on it alone since it was first posted.
I have a new look for this page and it should be easier for me to maintain. The links are in alphabetical order and when I update a link I’ll add a date to it so you know that shop was updated.
I couldn’t have gotten as far as I did with this page if it weren’t for you, my many commenters and those who emailed me with links. Please keep it up, and when you do, I will share those links also. Thank you so much for your kind and generous nature to share, I was only to glad to add the links to the previous page.
The Row By Row Experience, is an event that is a little slice of heaven, the idea is that you visit a shop, ask for a pattern, or possibly purchase a kit, license plate or pin, create a quilt out of 8 different shops rows, then turn that quilt in for a nice prize of fat quarters and if you use the winning shops row, you get a bonus prize also. For those of us who can’t make it to every shop in the nation, it’s much appreciated at the time the event is over that some shops will offer their patterns either for Free of a small price so that we may order them. Some buy kits, others just want patterns. I like patterns, for this event because I have fabric, I see no need to buy kits. It’s really based on your preference, if your trying to win quickly, a kit is a good idea as the fabric is usually cut to size for what you need to create the row quickly.
There are a lot of links on this page, over 30 of them currently with patterns from as old as 2013 to as current as 2017. All links were checked as of November 2, 2017.
Please take a moment to let me know via my contact page or via a comment if a link stops working. I’ll do my best to either correct it or find out when it will be online again.
If you download a row from one of these shops, take a few moments, and either visit their Facebook page or send them an email with a thank you. They do not have to provide these patterns free to us, they also do it out of the kindness of their hearts. Please say Thank you.
Updated August 20, 2018
Row By Row has added a showcase site for the rows this year, wouldn’t it be great if they did this for previous years rows. Many of the wonderful rows also link to the shops online where you might be able to purchase their patterns. I have updated the few shops below that have already added there 2017 patterns. I will be checking over the next month or so also for the rest of the shops to update the links below.
If you know of a shop I don’t have, please take a few minutes to contact me with the sites url and how to find the free pattern. Thank you so much.
Always Quilting2017 Pattern
2017 Junior Arrows
2017 Junior Rover
2017 Junior Sneaker
2017 Junior Bracelets
2017 Junior Wheels
2016 Wooly Block
Add to your cart, fill out all the info except cc info, and click submit, they will send the patterns in email.
Chestnut Bay QuiltingThe patterns are not available for download online, but by sending this shop a self-addressed stamped envelope to
Chestnut Bay Quilting
262 North Street
Caledonia, NY 14423
they will send you any year you’d like from 2013 to the current year. This shop has some wonderful patterns, if you haven’t seen them, have a look at the Facebook New York page for the Row by Row Experience, you will be amazed at their patterns.
Please contact me or leave a comment if you know of any other rows available to download. If you encounter an error, I’d also appreciate knowing.
Thank You and Enjoy
I am in no way affiliated with the Row By Row Experience. I’m just a fan of this event as I love the idea that we get to support our local shops. The logos have been approved for use on this blog by Janet Lutz founder of the Row By Row Experience.
This page is provided thru the kindness of shop owners who’ve given permission for me to link to them, and commenters who let me know shops providing free patterns.