Who’s ready for spring? The snowy winter season is winding down, and it is finally time to welcome the sunshine and warm weather. Fresh cut flowers aren’t the only way to bring spring into the home! Quilts sprinkled with flowers are another way to welcome the new season. Be sure to click on the links to see more photos, find out details and pick up the patterns for these gorgeous flower quilt patterns.
Here are eight fresh-picked quilt patterns featuring floral designs.
Retro Flowers Quilt via Craftsy member SometimesCraftr
Are you ready to give curved piecing a try? Here is a one-of-a-kind quilt pattern that will guide you through every step. Helpful tips will ensure that your curved seams match up every time. There are no special tools required, and the full size printable template is included. Finished quilt measures 60” x 60”.
Photo via Craftsy member Sunset Crochet
Try something new with a 3-D flower quilt! These flowers are easy to sew, and babies love playing with them. Most of the quilt is sewn on the machine, and a small portion of the flower centers are stitched by hand.
Photo via Craftsy member Greta Gamma
Appliqué is used to create the charming Flower Power quilt. Temporary glue holds the appliqué shapes in place prior to sewing, though fusible web can be used if you prefer!
The designer used trapunto on the center flowers for an additional 3-D effect. Though it is an optional step, this wall hanging or baby quilt, which finishes at 40″ x 40″, is the perfect project to learn this technique.
Photo via Craftsy member Lorna McMahon
Modern Flower Garden
Hexagons continue to be incredibly popular in the world of quilting! Learn how to sew whole hexagons by machine with the Modern Flower Garden quilt pattern, just right for intermediate level quilters.
Photo via Craftsy member marylandquilter
Reverse applique is a fun way to create this Hippie Flower quilt. The quilt layers are pinned together, marked with flowers, and carefully sewn in a quilt-as-you-go manner. This quilting technique and no-sew binding allow for a quick and easy project.
Photo via Craftsy member Paulette Mo
Pull out your smallest bits and pieces for this scrap friendly quilt! A square border adds a playful touch, framing 5″ flower blocks. The finished quilt measures 51″ x 66″.
Photo via Craftsy member Lisa_Marie
A Flower for You Mug Rug
Dress up your table with fabric flowers! This pattern includes detailed instructions on how to make a mug rug mini quilt from start to finish, including an additional no-sew binding option. Learn to quilt with this mini that finishes at 6″ x 8.5″.
Photo via Craftsy member JacquelynneSteves
Scrappy Quilt-y Flower Pins
Use your quilting skills to make beautiful flower pins! The 4″ pins are a fun weekend project that will add a fun floral touch to your clothes and bags.