New Kit Builder Patterns!

Have you ever wished you could “audition” fabrics for a pattern before ordering? You can by using Kit Builder on Connecting Threads website!

What is Kit Builder?
Kit Builder enables you to make your own kit by trying different fabrics in a design and selecting your favorites. Kit Builder then combines the pattern and the amounts needed for each fabric in the pattern into an individualized kit made just for you! The available patterns vary in size, style, and skill level, so there is something to inspire everyone.

New Patterns
There are seven new patterns now available on Kit Builder; each design is shown in a current collection. By choosing your own fabrics, you can make a unique quilt suited to your needs and tastes.

MingledA very quick 34′ x 40″ baby quilt! You could choose different fabrics for a boy, a girl, or to match the nursery’s colors. Note: Please ignore the white lines.

Brick by Brick An easy, scrappy 60″ x 72″ lap size quilt.

Liberty RoadShown in American Celebration fabrics, but you could choose others. The quilt, which is  43-1/2″ x 49″, could be used as a wall hanging or throw.

Christmas Table RunnerThis versatile 17″ x 45″ table runner will complement many types of home décor depending on the fabrics you choose.

Urban AmishA traditional pattern with a modern twist. The quilt is shown in a 88″ x 101″ queen size in Kit Builder (the pattern has three sizes).

Oh Happy DayThis scrappy 59″ x 69″ throw quilt will look very different with traditional, neutral or other fabric choices. It’s up to you!

Birdhouse LaneThis fun quilt is a 60″ x 80″ lap size.

How do I find Kit Builder?
You may access Kit Builder in three ways on the Connecting Threads website: Type Kit Builder in the Search box, click on Kit Builder under Freebies, or select Kit Builder in the options at the bottom of the main page. Also, I am planning to do a monthly blog on Notions about new patterns added to Kit Builder. Hope you enjoy this opportunity to personalize a pattern and make it your own!




  1. Amanda Best - March 31, 2013

    I love your kit builder and spend WAY too much time playing around with it. Love your new patterns, Thanks!

  2. shannon - May 24, 2013

    please please please add Inferno ( a free pattern) to kitbuilder!! i think it would be great in blues but want to see it!!