9 Spring Quilting Projects for the Sunny Days Ahead

Mar 20, 2019 8:26:31 AM / by AccuQuilt

Today marks the first day of spring and we are so very excited at all the possibilities that come with a new season. If you're ready to celebrate warmer temperatures with us, take a look at these beautiful spring-worthy quilt patterns perfect for bringing a little brightness into your sewing room and home. 

Gather 'Round Easter Traditions


Between the coming of Easter and May Day, there shouldn't be a shortage of pastels, baskets or fluffy baby animals. With our GO! Spring Medley Table Runner Pattern, just add airy fabrics and you've got all you need for the perfect table runner to kick off the season.


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Grow Springtime Blossoms


There isn't anything more sunny than a patch of beautiful daisies. The GO! Qube 10” Daisy Patch Quilt Pattern uses the GO! Qube Mix & Match 10" Block, GO! Qube 10" Companion Set-Corners and the GO! Strip Cutter-2½" (2" Finished) 3 Strips Die to create a blooming field of blossoms, easily adapted to your favorite petal color.


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Pick Picnic-worthy Pomegranates

pomegranate spring quilt patternWhat's more scrumptiously spring than this peach-y bright quilt pattern? The GO! Pomegranate Quilt Pattern will shine in your home, but is even more charming accompanying a picnic outdoors. Use GO! Pomegranate by Alex Anderson alongside the below dies to create this breezy throw.


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Bring Seasonal Blooms Indoors 

growing flower quilt bed runner pillowcase

Speaking of bringing a little bit of the outdoors, inside, this GO! How Does Your Garden Grow Bed Runner/Pillowcase will have you not only dreaming of, but literally sleeping on dazzling flowers. The GO! Fun Flower die used to create this bed runner and pillowcase pattern is the perfect size for busting your stash and using up your scraps. 


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Flutter with the Butterflies

spring butterfly quilt edyta sitar pattern

You won't be the only one enjoying the blooms as days get warmer. Butterflies and birds are coming out too. The GO! Butterfly Patch Quilt Pattern brings life to appliqué with Edyta Sitar's GO! Butterfly and GO! Simple Shapes dies. Choose soft, muted tones for a darling baby quilt or bold prints to make a seasonal statement.


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Create an Eye-catching Centerpiece

3D flower quilt pattern table runner
Have you ever seen a quilt this lively? The 3-dimensional petals in our GO! Bloom Table Runner Pattern commands a room and begs for friends and family to sit for awhile - no other centerpieces necessary.


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Tend an Everlasting Garden

white picket fence placemat quilt pattern
Why have a bouquet of flowers when you can have an entire garden on your table? With just a few vegetable or floral prints from your stash, the GO! Picket Fence Placemats Pattern quickly creates a garden lover's delight.


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Admire Roses without Thorns

harrison rose quilt pattern

Did you know that the Harison's Yellow rose (rosa harisonii) is once-flowering, meaning it only blooms once a year in spring? It and most other once-flowering roses are considered old garden or antique roses because they were discovered or hybridized before 1867. You might know it as the Oregon Trail Rose or the Yellow Rose of Texas, and it is considered hardy and exceptionally thorny. If you can't wait for the real thing, the GO! Harrison Rose Wall Hanging Pattern is the perfect solution - and is a whole lot less prickly!


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Piece Together a Flowering Tradition

english paper piecing hexagon grandmother's garden quilt

The GO! Urban Flower Garden Quilt Pattern harkens back to the traditional Grandmother's Flower Garden and uses the English Paper Piecing technique. While hand piecing is a challenge, it's a whole lot easier with the GO! English Paper Piecing Hexagon die by your side. When you're done, you'll have a flower garden from which you will never have to part.


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Topics: quilt patterns, Spring


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