A free quilt pattern for each month of the year.
What’s your favorite month of the year? Do you have a favorite season? Here’s a collection of 12 free quilt patterns that celebrates each month of the year.
If you love star patterns, here’s a beautiful pattern to add to your collection. Using colors like the ones used for this quilt remind me of winter and cool weather. The quilt pattern comes from Fort Worth Fabric Studio. Here’s the link for Blue Carolina Starburst.
This is also a wonderful quilt pattern for using the Accuquilt cutting system, especially the Qube sets. If you are not familiar with Accuquilt or would like to read some of my posts about using Accuquilt, check out Turning Those Smaller Quilt Scraps Into Scrap Quilts.
The month of February is a pretty easy pick. It just needs to have hearts and some red material. I found this one from Anthology Fabrics called Heart Petals.
Just as red and white are associated with February, green and shamrocks are often associated with March. I love the greens used in this pattern. They remind me of Spring and new life. Here’s the link to Mosaic Quilt Pattern.
I love spring for the tulips as they are some of the first flowers after winter moves out. Here’s the link to Amsterdam Free Quilt Pattern courtesy of Cloud 9 Fabrics.
I love scrappy quilts and this pattern can take on different looks depending on the colors you choose to make it. This is a free pattern from AGF – Renew Me.
I chose another pattern from the Bear Creek Quilt Company. They have so many beautiful ones available on their website. This is Morning Sunlight.
Kate Spain has some beautiful patterns and Honey Honey with its bee really represents summer to me. Here’s the link to Honey, Honey.
Summer isn’t summer without a popsicle on a hot day! Very cute and can be done with scraps or pick some bright fabrics. Here’s the link to Popsicle Party.
Country Stars is a good transition from summer into fall.
Fall is my favorite season. I also love the burnt oranges, browns and golden yellows of the season. Pumpkin Patch Plaid by Renee Nanneman brings all those colors into play.
Here’s a great maple leaf pattern and tutorial. Maple leaf
We’ve made it to the final month and here’s a beautiful quilt pattern from Riley Blake Designs called Christmas In The Woods.
I hope you like this collection of quilt patterns. At the time of writing this blog post, these patterns are offered as a free pattern. If you need an online source for purchasing fabric, patterns or notions, here’s some of the companies available:
If there is a quilting topic you would like to see more of, be sure to comment or email me. Be sure to comment with a picture if you make one of the above quilts. Have an awesome week!