Patterns for Green Quilts
Quilts incorporating green, including evergreen and bright punches of lime, are bold and fresh. Because green is found in nature, it easily combines with both rich, natural colors and more vibrant hues to offer standout style.
Who'd ever guess this playful throw is easily sewn row by row?
Flying Geese Quilt
Sew Flying Geese blocks to make a soothing quilt using an assortment of blue and green batiks.
An easy appliqué method makes the leaves on this kid-friendly quilt spring to life in no time-we promise!
Family Tree Quilt
Honor family with a wall hanging that leaves room for signatures. It would make a great gift for a new baby, a wedding, an anniversary, or as a signature or memory quilt.
Easy as A, B, C
Pieced blocks and large setting triangles create the center of a lively throw.
Squares and Sashing Quilt
Sew a simple throw composed of 5" squares fussy-cut from an assortment of floral fabric.
Fussy-Cut Baby Quilt
Showcase fussy-cut novelty designs in carefully arranged setting blocks.
Gather a variety of cool-tone solids for tree blocks, set the blocks side-by-side, and frame them with a narrow border to make a forest-inspired wall quilt.
Two-Block Kid's Quilt
Animal-theme novelty prints make an easy, kid-friendly crib quilt. Coordinating tone-on-tones round out the look.
Glimpses of the Garden
Showcase framed fussy-cut prints in a fresh wall hanging. A simple green, orange, and cream color palette helps the flowers bloom brightly.
Lime Squares Wall Hanging
High-contrast fabrics combine to make a sassy wall hanging. A mellow print complements each bright color and busy print.
City Lights Quilt
Combine rectangles and dark sashing and borders to create a quilt design that resembles a skyscraper with windows aglow. To get variety from a single collection, cut stripes both lengthwise and crosswise.