15 Spring Quilts to Freshen Up Your Home: Free Patterns

When you set out to make a quilt, are you inspired by the fabric first and then find a pattern that suits the fabric? Or do you get inspired by a quilt design and search for fabric that suits the pattern?

Either way, let me inspire you with beautiful spring-like quilt patterns sewn with bright florals, pretty pastels, and vibrant green in almost every one!

Liberty Rainbow Quilt

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Sew a beautiful quilt in all the colors of the rainbow! Here’s a free quilt pattern for a simple bargello-style quilt that you can customize in many ways. Sewn up in gorgeous rainbow floral fabrics from Liberty, I don’t think anything could be lovelier.

Kisses Quilt Pattern

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Sew this fast and easy Kisses Quilt Pattern with half of a jelly roll bundle of print fabric plus a jelly roll (or 2 1/2 yards) of solid fabric for the background. I used a beautiful Kaffe Fasset jelly roll to sew a scrappy version of this modern geometric quilt.

Wrapped Candy

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Sew a beautiful twin-size quilt faster than you thought possible with strip piecing techniques and big, easy quilt blocks. The Wrapped Candy-free quilt pattern can be perfect for anyone on your list by changing the fabrics.

Spools and Stars

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Spool Quilts are a quilter’s favorite pattern to make! This free Spools and Stars Quilt Pattern requires just 3 yards of fabric. Let vibrant spring fabrics inspire you to make this throw quilt for your home.

Sew Happy Together Baby Quilt

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Sew an adorable baby quilt with three-dimensional prairie points in the border! The Sew Happy Together free baby quilt pattern teaches how to make prairie points and sew easy 9-patch blocks and snowball blocks.

Dutchman’s Puzzle 3 Yard Quilt

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This Dutchman Puzzle quilt pattern uses three different fabrics in each block, instead of just two, in order to make a beautiful secondary design. Can you see the Friendship Stars and pinwheels in the secondary design?

Fat Quarter Fancy-Free Quilt Pattern

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I know you have been searching for a fast and fun quilt pattern to use up your fat quarter stash… here it is! Sew up a Fat Quarter Fancy throw quilt using nine fat quarters plus a little more than a yard of background fabric.

Pretty Pictures Quilt

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Fabric panels are the bane of my fabric stash! I fall in love with adorable fabric panels, buy them, and then keep them while I search for the perfect quilt pattern. The Pretty Pictures Quilt is your solution to spring fabric panels! Stitch together this adorable quilt that mixes easy appliqué and basic piecing to make each adorable picture stand out.

Easy Spool Quilt with Charm Squares

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Sew the cutest thread spool quilt with my free Spool Quilt Pattern, and guess what – you can use pre-cut charm squares! This fast and easy throw quilt pattern is perfect for beginner quilters or someone like me (ahem!) who picked up a darling charm square bundle at the quilt shop and needs to make something with it!

Charm Poppy

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Sew the Charm Poppy throw-size quilt (or large baby quilt) using a charming bundle of your favorite cotton quilting fabrics! You’ll only need one charm pack of 5” squares, so it’s easy on the budget and perfect for a beginner quilter. 

Fat Quarter Whirlwind Quilt

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Sew a fast, easy (and fat quarter-friendly) quilt with my free Fat Quarter Whirlwind Quilt Pattern. This pattern is perfect for beginners or anyone who needs to sew a quilt quickly because the blocks are simple and repetitive.

Superstar Quilt

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This Super Star Quilt Pattern will prove that you are a superstar quilter because the super-sized stars make it super fast! Make sure to use bright spring colors to sew this easy version of the 8-point sawtooth star design.

Pineapple Quilt Pattern

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Have you ever wanted to sew a pineapple quilt? Here’s your chance… This free pineapple block and twin quilt pattern is as easy as sewing half-square triangles! It’s a great way to use up fabric scraps, too.

Baby Dresden Quilt

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Sew a darling baby quilt (or lap sized quilt) with Dresden Baby Quilt pattern that looks like gently whirling badminton birdies! Whether you see the quarter Dresden flowers on this quilt that way or not, it’s still a beautiful way to combine applique and piecing together with your favorite fabrics to make a 50’’ square quilt.

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