It’s the first day of spring as I start to write this blog post. What better way to start this season than with some free spring quilt patterns.
What better way to start then with this pretty April In Paris pattern. Designed and Machine Quilted by
Rebecca LoGiuDice. It has a finished size of 32″ x 45″. It’s an intermediate pattern and does not have a particular fabric line mentioned. While this is a mini quilt, it could always be made larger in size by doubling your fabric requirements.
Here’s a cute pattern that goes together quickly called Bed of Roses. Adapted from a Quilt Designed by
Konda Luckau. Finished Quilt Size 56 1⁄2̋ x 70̋.
I made this one for my niece a couple of years ago and I another one as a lap quilt using these blocks for my aunt. Both were very pleased with their quilts. I dug into my stash at the time and found these light spring inspired fabrics.
Have you tried a paper-pieced project? Bunny Hop was designed by Irene Berry and Susan Geddes and is done with foundation piecing. It’s important to make sure your printer is set to 100% or “no scaling” before you print patterns for foundation or paper piecing quilts; otherwise the foundations will not end up the correct size and may not fit properly.
Here’s a fun and cheerful quilt called A Sprinkle of Spring! Graded as an intermediate pattern by Wendy Sheppard. Size is Size: 47″ × 47″ but you could always make it larger with additional fabric and blocks.
I’m listing this one under “Spring” but believe this would also make a great “Summer” quilt too! You can set the mood by the fabrics you choose to make this advanced quilt pattern called Nuts and Bolts. Designed by SANDY KLOP and finishes at 50″ H x 65 3/4″ L.
While I haven’t had a chance to check this one out, I can’t help but wonder if I couldn’t make this with an Accuquilt Qube Set – Angles. I see the “kite” shape and the “triangle”. If so, this would make cutting the pieces much easier. The other hard part I see about this pattern is it looks like it has “Y” seams. If you haven’t tried the Y seam technique, check out youtube for tutorials to learn how it’s done.
I wanted to include some links to some of the spring fabrics available at the Fat Quarter Shop:
This post contains affiliate links. This means I may earn a small commission should you chose to sign up for a program or make a purchase using my link. It’s okay – I love all of these companies anyways, and you will too! Using one of my affiliate links will not change the price or cost you more. Thank you for supporting my blog.
I hope you enjoyed these free spring quilt patterns and have found one you would like to make. Be sure to check out my other free quilt pattern blog posts. Thank you for stopping by and Happy Sewing!