I don’t know about you, but I’m getting pretty tired of this whole “winter” thing. It’s gloomy most days, it’s cold ALL of the days, and my toasty socks are too bulky to fit in my snow boots. (The struggle is real.) I’m ticking off the days on my calendar until spring arrives, and to pass the time, I’m trying to surround myself with colorful floral patterns to brighten up these dreary days! What better way to work some florals into your life than to sew your own?
If you, too, have had just about enough of this chilly nonsense, here are 11 floral quilt patterns you can work up before spring arrives. These easy sewing tutorials will show you how to put together the cutest flower quilts – no sunlight required! You’ll have plenty of cheery quilt patterns to tide you over until the warm weather arrives. And if it’s real flowers you’re craving, you don’t have to wait until March – January is a good time to plant some annuals and perennials to give them time to germinate before spring, and you can start plenty of flowers in pots indoors until the ground thaws!
Wildflower Quilt Tutorial – This full quilt tutorial will have you in a springtime mood before you know it!
No-Fuss Flower Garden – There’s no watering required with flower-patterned quilt.
Verna’s Layer Cake Quilt – This bed quilt looks so cute in a girl’s room!
Darling Daisies Applique Quilt – Cheery daisies can brighten up any room.
Mini Buds Mini Quilt – Need a quick project? This floral mini quilt is perfect!
Fields of Tulips Quilt – Put simple shapes together to get this cute tulip design.
Daylily Fields Quilt – This intricate quilt pattern is neutral enough to match any decor.
Everything’s Coming Up Roses Quilt – Perfect if you love florals but prefer dark colors.
Mod Floral Baby Quilt – A funky baby quilt with a cute floral design.
Sweet Flower Wall Quilt – Bring a little sunshine to your walls with this adorable wall quilt!
Painted Pansy Quilt – These pansies look so lifelike!
What type of flower is your favorite?