Free Collected Precut Quilt Pattern

Learn how to make a simple quilt using a pre-cut stack of fabric and a quilt panel! This is a unique way to incorporate a pre-printed quilt panel into a finished quilt.

As the leaves turn warm tones of orange and the air becomes crisp with the arrival of fall, this enchanting season always makes me want to make a quilt!


With the anticipation of Halloween in the air, what better way to celebrate than with an easy-to-create quilt that captures the essence of this magical time of year?

Today I'm excited to share a special gift: a free quilt pattern designed to be created using pre-cut fabrics. To make this quilt, all you need is a pre-cut 10″ stack of fabric and a fabric panel.

A stack of pre-cut fabric on a black cutting mat

If you are an experienced quilter, I hope you enjoy how quickly this quilt is created. This will be a wonderful pattern if you need to make a quilt for a gift or a seasonal quilt.

If you are a beginner quilter, this pattern is ideal for helping you develop your skills!

About the quilt

I designed this quilt pattern because I wanted a quick but cute pattern that would easily fit into any holiday. There are so many pretty quilt panels on the market; I love that this template incorporates a pre-printed panel into the final design.

woman holding a panel of black, ivory and purple Halloween fabric

It would be so easy to adapt this pattern for many other holidays, including Christmas.

Ivory purple and gray Halloween quilt in front of gray house

The fabric

quilt made of purple, black and pink rectangles and squares.

The fabric this quilt is created from is my Spooky Schoolhouse collection with Riley Blake Designs. You can find it in store now! It's a line of Halloween fabrics inspired by an imaginary boarding school for witches!

To incorporate a quilt panel into this quilt, the panel pieces must be cut to 9 ½″ x 9 ½″ or 5″ x 9 ½″. If you don't have a panel that matches the pattern, you will need to purchase an additional ⅜ yards of fabric.


quilt made of purple, black and pink rectangles and squares.

Gathered pre-cut quilt

Melissa Mortenson

This quilt pattern gives you a unique way to use a quilt panel (sometimes called a cheater panel) and a pre-cut 10″ stack of fabric. It is quick to sew and makes a great quilt for beginners.

Preparation time 1 hour

Active time 3 hours

Total time 4 hours


  • 1 wrap 10″ x 10″ pre-cut fabric bundle With at least 42 pieces. The fabric for the quilt example is Spooky Schoolhouse by Riley Blake.
  • 1 Quilt panel that can be cut into at least three 10″ x 10″ pieces OR ⅜ meter of fabric. The panel is part of the Spooky Schoolhouse Fabric collection.
  • ½ court bookbinding fabric
  • 2 meters Minky backing fabric 58-60″ wide You can also use 4 yards of quilting cotton.


Model Notes

  • Quilt size: 54″ x 62″

  • To make this quilt, you need 45 pieces of 10″ x 10″ fabric. Most pre-cut stacks contain 42 pieces of fabric; you will need one pre-cut package plus three additional 10″ x 10″ pieces. These can come from a quilt panel or yardage. If you buy by the yard, you will need ⅜ yard of fabric.
  • Depending on the size of the images in the quilt panel, you can also use it for some of the smaller rectangles in the quilt.

First step: cut out the panel and sort the fabrics

  • Decide which parts of your quilt panel you want to use for the quilt top. Large squares measure 9 ½” x 9 ½”, and small rectangles measure 5″ x 9 ½”.

  • Sort your pre-cut pile into piles. In one pile, place the printouts you want to use for the larger squares and in another pile those that you will cut into rectangles.

  • From the stack of precut pieces and your cut quilt panel pieces:66 5″ x 9 ½” pieces (note: if you cut all of this from precuts, you will need 33 precuts).12 pieces 9 ½” x 9 ½”

Step two: sew

  • This quilt is constructed by columns. Each column contains eleven 5″ x 9 ½” pieces and two 9 ½” x 9 ½” pieces.

  • Refer to the layout diagram for the exact location of parts in each column.

  • Note: Final layout will vary greatly depending on which pre-cut fabric stack you use. Some pre-cut stacks contain many of the same prints or use the same colors repeatedly, while others have a greater variety. For this reason, I recommend arranging your pieces on a designer wall or floor before sewing to ensure balanced placement of print and color in your final quilt creations.
  • Sew the pieces of the first column together. Repeated by columns 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.

  • After sewing the pieces together, press your seams.

  • Sew the columns to each other.


Take time at the beginning to sort and plan your quilt. If you are using a sign, I recommend planning around the sign. After you know how many 9 ½″ x 9 ½″ and 5″ x 9 ½″ pieces you can cut from your panel, you will know how many pieces from your pre-cut pack you need to use.


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