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Spring Inspiration!

Point Twist Quilt by CMarie Quilts

It may not be quite official yet, but Spring is here! The trees are blooming (and dropping petals already) and daffodils are opening. Bring on the pollen!

As nature awakens with bursts of color and freshness, let's get our creative juices flowing and capture the essence of springtime in fabric. This week, we delve into a delightful array of quilting projects that capture the spirit of spring with vibrant colors and spring-filled designs. Join us on our journey through a garden of quilting inspiration that will brighten your day and home!

Thank you to those who sent us their patterns to include. Please visit the designer's links and stores to show your support. Be sure to follow them on social media because they offer so many fun patterns. If you would like to be included in future inspiration blogs, just let us know. Next up are Masculine quilts, Patriotic projects, and Summer.

The above pattern is a free pattern from our own Christina at CMarie Quilts called Point Twist just for signing up for her newsletter.

Spring Inspirations!

Love Me, Love Me Not quilt pattern by J Wecker Frrisch and Riley Blake Designs

One of my favorite designers, J Wecker Frisch of Great Joy Studio, has a new free pattern at Riley Blake Designs called Love Me, Love Me Not. What says spring more than flowers? This is a fun and easy applique pattern, even for a beginner. Her instructions are easy to follow in this pattern. And, if you can get your hands on some of her All My Heart fabric, even better!

Sunny Flower Patches quilt pattern by Tourmaline & Thyme

Laureen from Tourmaline & Thyme, or ttquilts, has a bunch (get it? LOL) of fun spring flower quilts. This is one of her latest called Sunny Flower Patches. She says, "My love of garden blooms and making subtle tweaks were the inspiration behind Sunny Flower Patches." This is another applique quilt but Laureen details how to use the wax-paper technique to make her templates in this pattern.

Who doesn't love pies for spring gatherings or just to have on hand? Victoria, of Midlife Quilter, made this reversible Pie Dish Cover with only two fat quarters and some elastic. Victoria shares this free pattern on the Janome website with detailed instructions and photographs.

Edelweiss quilt kit photo with Shortline Fabric by Moda through Bella Rose Quilts

This stunning quilt kit combines the timeless charm of the Edelweiss design with the elegant Shortline fabric by Moda, creating a truly captivating piece for your home decor. Such beautiful flowers to have spring all year round in this 74" x 74" quilt can be found at Bella Rose Quilts.

Wild Flowers mini quilt by Lake Girl Quilts

Lake Girl Quilts tells us this scrappy, mini quilt is an easy pattern for a beginning quilter.  Measuring just 13” x 13”, the Wild Flowers mini quilt pattern is the perfect size to decorate a shelf or table.  Or add a sleeve to the back of the quilt, and hang this Wild Flower up!!

There is nothing complicated about the pattern.  This quilt can easily be made in a day or over the weekend!!  Using such small squares, you can either purchase small amounts of fabric or just use scraps to create this beautiful little bouquet!

lavendar sachet pattern by Due North Handmade and Art Gallery Fabrics

Look at these adorable lavender sachets by Due North Handmade made with Art Gallery Fabrics new collection 'Fresh Linen'. Who does not like the subtle fragrance of lavender in your drawer, suitcase, or closet?

You can grab the free pattern from the AGF lookbook to make your own sachets with any scent you like.

Lella Boutique's Social Butterfly quilt pattern

Lella Boutique's Social Butterfly quilt is spring-personified. Butterflies remind me of newly opened buds and hope for what is to come.

Think of all the possibilities with butterfly colors and background fabrics. You can even make this into a table runner or wall hanging.

Garden Stroll table runner quilt pattern by Tamaranis

Speaking of table runners, how about brightening up your table with this?! The traditional orange peel block gets a modern update with this easy table runner and NO curved piecing. Tammy of Tamarinis shares the Garden Stroll that can be done in so many spring fabrics.

Meadow Charm quilt on a wall by A Piece of Quiet Quilts

Meghan of A Piece of Quiet Quilts has a new release called Meadow Charm, which is a great skill-builder pattern. It can be made with yardage, fat quarters, or 10" squares for a "unified scrappy" (as Meghan calls it) for color harmony.

This gorgeous quilt was featured in the Art Gallery Fabrics lookbook this month. Congratulations Meghan!

The Still Connected quilt by Kristin of Heart Lake Quilts is a quick and easy pattern you can make in springtime colors. It reminds us we still have those connections to be refreshed come spring after a winter of hibernation.

Alderwood Studio has just released their Once Upon a Garden block of the month. You can sign up to create this sweet fantasy garden quilt filled with tulips, snails, flowers, and fairytale mushrooms. The program runs April through June and you can make two different size quilts just by adding more or less blocks. How fun is that!

So many spring-inspired projects! It's hard to pick just one (or a couple). Out of curiosity, do you change your decor for spring? Or do you just put out a few things?

Happy Quilting!

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