Free Pattern Friday: Springtime fun with a Butterfly Quilt, Lace Lingerie & 6 More!
The frost is gone and spring has finally sprung. Celebrate with our best and brightest patterns, all for FREE! Quilters will love the challenge of the butterfly quilt block and vegan bakers can rejoice in a moist, chocolate cake recipe. So help us make the season even more colorful when you download your favorite free patterns today!
Quilters, if you are ready for a new challenge, this is the pattern for you! Craftsy member PamelaQuilts constructed this block with inspiration from a 1960s hand-pieced quilt. However, her pattern can be either machine-pieced or sewn by hand. Once completed, this tricky pattern will leave you with a beautiful and unique butterfly quilt block!
Get cheeky with this lace-sewing pattern. Use this free pattern from Craftsy member Deby Coles to sew your own lovely, romantic unmentionables.
Knit this baby bootie pattern as the perfect baby shower gift. New moms will go “gah gah” for these adorable knit boots. Take Craftsy member Sheila Zachariae’s genius idea to use a Chinese take-out box as the gift-wrapping.
You’ll be doing cartwheels over these fashionable hoop-style earrings from Mei_Bijoux. With a fun purple hoop and beaded flower pinwheel center, these stylish earrings will add the perfect pop to any outfit.
Craftsy member bonitapatterns wanted to say “thank you” to her fellow crafters, so she created this charming crochet flower pattern. These flowers can be used as gifts or accents to other crochet projects. The opportunities are endless!
Craftsy member Elefantz brings another awesome embroidery project with this Psalm 119 pattern. Reading “Thy Word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path,” this pattern is a wonderful piece and perfect project for celebrating the Lenten season.
This paper crafts printable template is perfectly adorable! The scalloped detailing is totally on trend for spring, and the finished project makes creative wrapping for a small gift to a loved one or friend!
Even if you’re out of milk, eggs and butter, you can still make a delicious cake. Expert cake decorator and Craftsy instructor Catherine Ruehle created this delectable chocolate cake recipe for her class Cake-osaurus Rex. Not only is it animal-product free, it’s also absolutely delicious.
If you missed last week’s collection, see those free patterns here.