Exploring appliqué patterns always fascinates me—appliqué is an art that has been around for a long time, with a large historic presence. Do you prefer hand or machine appliqué? Either way, these floral appliqué quilts are sure to get you in a spring mood. Stitch up these gorgeous blooms while the winter turns to spring. Grab these patterns and more in this fabulous appliqué pattern bundle!
Here’s a great example of an appliqué pattern with a long history—this “Texas Star Variation” pattern is from a quilt housed in the International Quilt Study Center in Lincoln, Nebraska. Besides being beautiful, how neat would it be to hang a piece of the past in your own home, but created with your own hands? One of the things I love most about this pattern is the variation of color in the center blocks—it lends movement to the piece overall, inviting the viewer to look more closely.
Is a smaller piece more your speed? Try the “Bloomin’ Botanicals” wall hanging pattern designed by Erin Russek. The appliqué is bold and bright just in time for spring. This piece would be really fun to adapt for different seasons. Notice the densely quilted background and how it makes the appliqué really pop. At only 27″ square this piece is very achievable in several variations!
Looking for a quilt that combines traditional piecing with appliqué? Look no further! This “Garden Path Daisies” quilt pattern designed by Bound to Be Quilting offers the best of both worlds with pretty green and white blocks paired with gently dancing appliquéd daisies lazily twining over the surface. I love the English garden feel of this quilt!
Appliqué quilts can be so rewarding! Challenge yourself with these gorgeous patterns, or grab the appliqué pattern bundle for a multitude of quilts to enjoy!