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New Spring Quilt Pattern!
Makes a Throw 58” x 70” (shown)
+ Crib 35” x 46” and a Mini 35” x 11”
• Skill Level: any level quilter
• Instant Download PDF
• Easy to understand step-by-step instructions
• This quilt works well with 2 1/2" strips/jelly rolls, charm packs and layer cakes (amounts of fabric nedded below are expounded more in the pattern to accommodate different pre-cut options)
• Diagrams, charts and pattern templates provided to keep your project organized, and help you proceed with confidence!
• Using basic patchwork skills to make an awesome quilt
• Teaches skills for successful and simple curved piecing
• This quilt comes together FAST!
• Colouring page provided so you can plan out your colour placement, if you wish.
You will need:
An acrylic template making 7”, 8“ and 10” finished circles (optional). Circle Cut by EZ Quilting is recommended, but not necessary. This pattern teaches how to cut curves using a straight acrylic ruler and rotary cutter.
Scotch tape to attach templates to acrylic rulers.
Throw quilt 58” x 70“
4 3/4 yds (4.4m) of background fabric (white)
6 x 1/4 yd (.25m) fabric for leaves (greens)
1 layer cake OR 24 x 1/8 yds OR eleven 2 1/2" squares x 30 blooms for tulips*
66” x 78“ batting
4 1/2 yds (4.25m) fabric for a pieced backing
7/8 yd (.8m) for binding
Crib 35” x 46“
2 3/4 yds (2.6m) of background fabric (white)
6 x 1/8 yd (.15m) of fabric for leaves (greens)
1 charm pack, OR eleven 2 1/2" squares x 12 blooms for tulips*
44” x 54” batting
1 3/4 yds (1.6m) fabric for backing
1/3 yd (.3m) for binding (leftovers from main fabrics could be used if you like)
Mini 35“ x 11”
3/4 yds (.7m) of background fabric (white)
6 x 1/8 yd (1.5m) of fabric for leaves (greens)
1 mini charm pack, OR eleven 2 1/2" squares x 3 blooms for tulips*
40” x 15” batting
1/2 yd (.5m) fabric for backing
1/3 yd (.3m) for binding
*The quilts above have tulips in 3 and 4 colours. Every tulip could be a different colour. You can choose how many colours you'd like your blooms to be.
About me: Being one of those popular kids who spent my teenage years sewing, I couldn't wait to study Garment Construction in University. There I learned Patternmaking, Tailoring, and reproducing historically accurate garments of the 1700's. I absolutely loved my schooling, and once I graduated I went on to work in alteration shops, made prom and wedding gowns, and clothing for our children. Now that my baby is in school, I'm excited to start a little business where I can remain a stay-at-home Mom, and do what I love - designing, creating, and teaching. My goal is that my patterns will help you confidently sew your quilt, and learn some helpful tips along the way.
All rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced or shared in any form. The purchaser may make copies only for their own personal/household use. Quilts made using this pattern can be sold, however, design credit must be given to Briar Hill Designs. Only use photos with proper credit. Thank you!