This Spring we want you to be blooming with inspiration, so we’ve decided to sow the seeds of creativity with five lovely quilting patterns from around the internet! With so much creativity to be tapped into this Spring, we’ve selected some our favourites that you can easily try at home.
So why not find a pattern that’ll put a spring in your step and refresh your passion for your favourite crafting hobby this season?
1) Flower Power – Spring Table Topper by Deborah Schlegel from Art Threads
Nothing says Spring quite like flowers, and what better way to breathe some fresh air into your home than with a pretty table topper? This design is a great way to show of your appliqué skills whilst complimenting a lovely vase of flowers in your home.
Flowers are quintessentially Spring-like and can be a great source of colour-scheme inspiration for your own designs. If taking inspiration from flora and fauna is something you could get used to, why not have a look at our incredible Italian patchwork and quilting holiday, which is brimming with stunning Italian nature for you to soak up!
2) Pastel Patterns – Rail Fence Quilt by Suzy Quilts
We just love this geometric pattern with a Spring twist as it’s a fantastic way to bring some Easter-colour to your quilting. The pattern is simple, yet eye catching, and with so many pastel colours to choose from, you can easily personalise this design and add your own touch.
If geometrics and bold patterns are your favourite visuals to stitch, then you should definitely be considering a trip on our South African Quilts and the Western Cape holiday!
3) Easter Egg Fun – Bunny Hops Wall Hanging and Easter Basket Quilt by Michelle Crawford
What better way to get in the Easter spirit than by creating this charming wall pattern. A beautiful way to hop into Spring, you can create adorable eggs and bunny designs that will really bring Easter to life for you and your family!
4) Pear Perfection – Bunny Hops Wall Hanging and Easter Basket Quilt by Michelle Crawford
We can’t get enough of this elegant pear design and love the delicate detail of the fruit. The pastel colours perfectly compliment the colour palettes of Spring and will make a lovely fresh addition to your home.
If you have a taste for the finer designs in life, then why not take a look at our Quilting holiday in Regency Bath? This wonderful Stitchtopia trip fuses Bath’s rich cultural history with its ornate textile heritage – not one to be missed!
5) Tulip Twist by Laurie Tigner
Just in case you needed more floral inspiration, we’ve rounded off our list with another lovely flower design. This beautiful tulip pattern could be used all-year round and is the ideal way to bring a pop of bright yellow colour to your designs. You could easily swap the shades of green for pastel hues if you wanted to create even more of an Easter design yourself!
So why not try one of these Spring patterns today and create your very own seasonal masterpiece!