Now that it’s spring, the weather has been getting slightly warmer and the days slightly longer. The combination of those things always makes me want to get outside! I have this vision of having a picnic lunch outside in an English garden, surrounded by flowers and fresh green grass. I’ve never actually done any gardening and everything I know about England I learned from watching the BBC’s “Pride and Prejudice” miniseries, but a girl can dream, right?
If you’re daydreaming about sipping tea in a floral garden, too, but you’re without a plane ticket to London or an expanse of well-groomed flowers, I’ve got your back: these 12 floral quilt patterns are just the thing to capture the mood of a springtime tea party without worrying about getting grass stains on your pants! There’s no better time to start one of these free quilt patterns—we’re just at the start of spring, so you can capture its essence in your quilt and keep it with you long into the humid, sticky months of summer. Not to mention that there’s nothing like a floral quilt to cheer you up on a rainy day!
Vintage Meadow Quilt – A vintage quilt with an outdoorsy twist. You can even make it in a weekend!
Mrs. March’s Flower Basket Quilt – Fresh, beautiful blooms quilted on this flowery and feminine quilt.
Dashing Roses Throw – Who doesn’t love roses?
Everything’s Coming Up Roses Quilt – This quilt is the epitome of classic English charm.
Glorious Garden Floral Quilt – Greens and florals come together to give this quilt a garden vibe!
Butterflies a Flutter Quilt – What garden would be complete without a flock of butterflies?
No-Fuss Grandmother’s Garden Quilt – An easy quilt pattern that even a beginner could make.
Darling Daisies Applique Quilt – If you love daisies and you love appliques, this one’s for you!
Groves of Gardens Quilt – This pastel quilt is perfect for spring.
Daylily Fields Quilt – Bold and beautiful!
Poppies Quilt Tutorial – A simple design that looks spring-like and works with any floral fabric.
Flutterby Butterfly Garden – I love the way the colors come together in this quilt.
What’s your favorite flower?
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