Now, people like my grandmother do not need patterns to make one. On the contrary, those who are amateurs need to refer to some. In case you are an enthusiast, these ideas might help you in getting a head start.
Beginner Quilting Patterns
Fence or Rail
The instructions for this pattern are extremely simple. To start off, this has around 4 colors in a controlled color scheme. Each patch should be rectangular in shape, and 3 or 4 rectangles should be sewn together to form a square.
Then, the square needs to be laid out and sewn into the quilt top, with alternating horizontal and vertical stripes. Now, the result will either appear woven or will resemble stairs, based on how you place the light and dark fabric.
Red and Black
We have large blocks and design, so there is no chance of getting confused about the nitty gritties in this pattern. This is basically a small striped set quilt with 4 columns. These columns are made using large panels, surrounded by five less broad striped piece columns.
The fantastic part is that you can alter the fabric to make the quilt match any theme. The final measurement of the quilt is generally 59" x 63". However, you can alter the shape by tweaking the width or the number of borders.
You are almost halfway into making the quilt. Once you divide the triangles, sew these patches in alternating dark and light rows. This design looks good in only two colors, and is also called Thousand Pyramids.
The result will appear like an actual basket weave, sans the extra sewing. Have colorful and whacky patterns to make an attractive quilt for the little ones.
This was just a trailer. The key is to keep the design as simple as you can. For that purpose, choose big block patterns and pick designs that involve large blocks, big patches, columns, and the likes.