I don't know about you, but I'm ready for spring. We just got 8" of new snow over the weekend and the high today was 10 degrees. I know we need the snow to help with the drought we've been in the last few years, but I am cold and tired of the constant white. To brighten my spirits I decided to do a Spring Quilt Roundup. There is a mix of free patterns as well as a few for sale ($10 or less!). Hopefully you can find one that will brighten up your winter life and get you excited for spring.
Riley Blake Designs website is a great place to look for free patterns. I chose two from their long list of free patterns that I thought looked very spring like.
This was a series last year when they released their low volume line Hush Hush. I wanted to try it out when it came out, but it just didn't fit into my schedule. Maybe this year.
You can find the free pattern here.
This one is done in Valentine colors, but switch up those colors and the butterflies will make the perfect Spring Quilt.
This adorable bee block could easily be mixed in with those cute butterflies or an all bee quilt would be fantastic. Do it scrappy like the pattern or make them more uniform. Sew many possibilities.
This was a block of the month quilt two years ago by one of my favorite fabric designers Corey Yoder. (I'm using her fabric line Buttercup and Steel for my stepdaughters graduation quilt).
Get the free pattern here. You'll need to scroll to the bottom to see the different patterns for each month of the block of the month.
Are you a plant lady? My sister in law is and I aspire to be, but I have trouble finding places to put them. This quilt is perfect for your favorite plant lady.
Get the pattern here.
If this doesn't scream Spring, I really don't know what does. Rain, flower, happiness! You can't go wrong with this one.
Get the pattern here.
I love this one. It's an etsy pattern and the seller is in the UK so the price is in pounds, but I looked up the conversion and it was less than $10. I think it was 8 dollars and some change.
Get it here.
If you don't know Jenny Doan and Missouri Star Quilt Co. are you even a real quilter? She has fantastic free tutorials and this one has spring written all over it. Okay so it actually has Tulip written all over it, but what says spring better than tulips? Her tutorials are always precut friendly so check out my shop for the perfect fabric for this project.
Get the tutorial here.
This pattern is so easy but so versatile! It really comes down to your fabric choice. Choose your favorite springy fabrics and whip this up in no time. She even has a great tutorial for easy half square triangles. You really can't go wrong.
Get the free tutorial here.
Looking for something a little more modern? Try this Radiance Bloom pattern!