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Welcome to Cora's Quilts on Craftsy! My name is Shelley: wife, mom, quilter, and designer from Sacramento, CA.

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Spring Has Sprung Quilt (#0909)

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(7) Name: 'Quilting : Spring Has Sprung Quilt (#0909)
Spring Has Sprung Quilt (#0909)
Spring Has Sprung Quilt (#0909)
Spring Has Sprung Quilt (#0909)
Spring Has Sprung Quilt (#0909)

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Sewing with a 1/4" seam
  • Making a "Half Square Triangle" block - tutorial is included with this pattern
  • Quilt Basting and Binding

Pattern Description:

In my hometown, most years we hardly have very much of a spring. It seems like it's rainy and blustery one day, and then spring buds seem to start busting open almost over night. The next thing you know it's super hot and everything seems to dry up almost over night {again}! This quilt celebrates those few gorgeous days or weeks of newly sprung spring!

Please Note:
This pattern is for personal use, but permission is also granted to make this item to sell in small quantities, provided that the item is handmade by you and that you credit Cora's Quilts for the design. No mass production is allowed. This pattern is protected by federal copyright; reproduction is not permitted.

Pattern copyright 2009, Michelle N. Cavanna. All rights reserved.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 39" x 39"


  • Pink Floral print: 1 Fat Quarter (18" x 21")
  • Pink Stripe print: 1 Fat Quarter (18" x 21")
  • Green Polka Dot print: 1 Fat Quarter )18" x 21")
  • Yellow Basket-weave print: 1/2 yard
  • Cream Background: 1 yard
  • Optional - Yellow Ric Rac (1/2" wide): 4 yards
  • Backing & Batting: 45" x 45" each

You Will Also Need:

  • Rotary Cutter, Square Rotary Ruler (with diagonals marked), and Cutting Mat
  • Fabric Pencil or Water-soluble Fabric Marker
  • Iron, Ironing Board, and Starch (if desired)

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