Fresh Spring Quilts
Choose pastel prints, floral fabric, or spring motifs for a quilt that’s perfect for the season. These projects will make your home feel renewed and refreshed (and will add a punch of color!).
Pretty in Pastels Quilt
Use Double-Nine Patch blocks, star blocks, and a sawtooth border all made from pastel fabric in a pretty spring wall hanging.
Pastel Strip Quilt
Pastel batik rectangles and border are perfect soft touches to a spring quilt.
Pastel Mountains Bed Quilt
A beautiful color palette in crisp, cool colors creates an exquisite bed quilt and matching ensemble of pillows for your spring bed.
Careful color placement in the hourglass units in this table topper results in a pink pinwheel at the center of each block.
Spring Garden Wall Hanging
Plant a garden of floral Square-in-a-Square blocks using sweet 1930s reproduction prints. Let white sashing represent the picket fence.
Stars and Sashing Wall Quilt
Playful Pastel Throw
Arrange blocks of bright, springtime fabrics to create a nine-block throw with a game-board vibe.
Reproduction Baskets Quilt
Surround basket blocks and a chain block with a scrappy, pieced border.
Spring Bird Appliqué
Make a springtime scene wall hanging in no time using fusible appliqué to assemble the bird, tree, and pear motifs and fussy-cutting the flower pieces.
Zoom in on favorite prints or fussy-cut designs with this camera-theme wall hanging. The lenses capture different scenes, artistically showcasing various prints.
Red and turquoise combine beautifully in a wall hanging that features large floral prints and ample room for extensive quilting in spacious cream print setting squares.
Flip & Sew Carrot Table Runner
A carrot table runner is perfect for an Easter table. Strips of orange are an easy way to use up scraps.
Floral and Paisley Chain Quilt
Use favorite floral fabrics for two-color blocks and setting rectangles that form a chain design.
Take Flight Wall Hanging
Add a pop of color to any room with this bright, vibrant wall hanging. A bird background fabric and a fresh palette of greens and blues bring this piece to life. The brown border ties the different prints together.
Easy Floral Wall Hanging
Sophisticated florals peek through a trellis of cream and green tone-on-tones in this wall hanging.
Butterflies dance amid spring flowers on this colorful appliquéd quilt. Take the guesswork out of hand appliqué using an easy-to-follow overlay method to accurately position each pattern piece.
Chickens in the Coop
A chicken-wire print background and appliqués in feed sack reproductions combine in a cute kitchen wall hanging.
Floral Double Nine-Patch Quilt
Fussy-cut floral designs to add pizzazz to large Nine-Patch blocks. Small-scale prints and tone-on-tone fabrics add variety to the Double Nine-Patch block.
Far from a typical flower appliqué quilt, this project uses big prints, abstract floral patterns, and muted, nontraditional colors to make the throw appear as if it were painted.
Simple squares and rectangles combine with sashing to create a quick-to-finish springtime maze.
Striking Stars Quilt
Floral prints and pastel colors are the star of this wall hanging.
Fusible Appliqué Bird Pillow
Use flannel scraps to create bird, nest, egg, and berry appliqué pieces. Fuse the pieces to a pieced pillowtop to make a handmade nature scene.
Wild Birds Ornaments
Adorn plush birds with beaded hanging loops. The delightful birds will bring cheer to any season!
Avian Table Topper
Showcase fussy-cut bird designs in uneven Nine-Patch blocks and frame them with Flying Geese units in a tabletop quilt.
Pastel Pears Wall Quilt
Combine a fruit shape with pastel floral fabrics to create a well-balanced design. Use the same cream tone-on-tone for the appliqué foundations and the rectangles and Four-Patch units in the pieced blocks to play up the chain effect.
Hen and Flowers Wall Hanging
Use coordinating fabrics to fuse appliqué shapes to a wall quilt that has folk art flair. Tone-on-tones, stripes, and dots add depth to the farmyard scene.
Bunny Folk Art
Create a bunny appliqué wall hanging that you can display year-round with muted greens, tans, and browns.
Red, blue, and yellow 1930s reproduction prints have as fresh a look today as they did back then. Combine those primary prints with the classic basket block for a timeless throw.