Ah, springtime. There’s something so refreshing about that time of year when winter begins to fade away and spring emerges. With the flowers in bloom, the birds chirping and the sun setting later in the day, everything just seems a bit lighter and happier. It’s so creatively inspiring – I can’t help but daydream about pretty floral fabric prints and cheery spring quilts. Below, I’ve gathered together a handful of spring quilt patterns to inspire your spring quilting – from full-size quilts and wall hangings to quilt blocks and more.
Spring Skinnie quilt pattern: This seasonal wall hanging designed by Margie Ullery appeared in our March/April ’13 issue. Just last week, we were delighted when a reader shared with us a version of this quilt made by her 7-year-old granddaughter.
Dancing Butterflies quilt pattern: We can’t leave out this precious quilt from our new May/June ’16 issue! Designed by Kate Colleran, this sweet baby quilt features pastel prints, appliqué butterflies and simple piecing.
Springtime Spin quilt pattern: Foundation piecing is used to create the spiky patches and twirly pinwheels in this quilt designed by Jo Moury. The pattern is in our Quilts from Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Spring ’16 issue.
Want more spring quilting ideas? Check out our new Spring Quilt Ideas board on Pinterest!