Spring 2024 Sewing Pattern Round-Up

Happy almost-spring, friends!! 🌷

The official first day of spring might not be for a few more weeks, but here in Texas the trees are already starting to bud and there's a thick coat of pollen on ~everything~!!

If you're looking for a new sewing project to tackle this spring, here are some popular ideas.

Popular Spring Sewing Patterns for 2024

A set of flower-themed foundation paper pieced quilt blocks 

Spring FPP Patterns by Tomte Studio

I'm a HUGE fan of Tomte Studio's patterns, because they're just so dang cute!! Foundation Paper Piecing (FPP, for short) is a lot easier than it looks, I promise. Plus, it's a great way to make some really unique shapes, like the flower quilt blocks above.

Gaby has created a TON of different spring-themed FPP quilt block patterns, and you can buy them each individually or in sets. You can check out her entire pattern library here, or shop the spring-specific designs here.

Check out Tomte Studio's Instagram to see some of her other amazing work, like her Alice In Wonderland quilt pattern she recently released!!

 A variety of Easter-themed quilt blocks

Easter Block Patterns by Burlap & Blossom Patterns

I'll be the first to admit, Easter isn't my favorite holiday—but these Easter-themed quilt block patterns from Burlap & Blossom Patterns are too cute to pass up! Plus, if you're not quite ready to tackle foundation paper piecing, these blocks are all traditionally pieced!!

I've made quite a few of Gracey's patterns over the years, and I've always been so happy with how they turn out. Most blocks include a variety of size options, so you can make a small mug-rug, a throw pillow, or an entire quilt without having to purchase multiple patterns.

Shop the entire Burlap & Blossom Patterns spring line-up here, or grab the Easter bundle here. Or, check out Gracey's entire library of over 600 traditionally-pieced quilt blocks on Etsy here!

Make sure you're following Burlap & Blossom Patterns on Instagram to stay up to date with new pattern launches, and don't forget to sign up for her email list—Gracey often sends out a free block pattern each month!

 Morning Glory vine and leaf themed quilt draped on a wood fence

Morning Glory Quilt Pattern by Cluck Cluck Sew

If you've been following me over on Instagram for a while, you'll know that I am head over heels in love with Cluck Cluck Sew's quilt patterns. They're so fun and whimsical, and the repeating motif makes them really easy to chain-piece.

I've had the Morning Glory quilt pattern for a while, but haven't gotten around to making it yet—so it's definitely on my future-makes list! I just have to decide if I want to use a specific fabric collection, or if I want to make it scrappy.

Allison's patterns are great for beginner quilters, and she also has a wide variety of jelly-roll-friendly and layer-cake-friendly quilt patterns, too!

Get the Morning Glory PDF quilt pattern here, or check out her other spring-themed designs like the Daisy PDF quilt pattern, and the Tulips PDF quilt pattern

And if you want to see what else Allison has made recently, check her out on Instagram here!

Four zipper pouches ranging in size from large to small

Hemingway Pouch by Center Street Quilts

If this pattern looks familiar, that's because it's the pattern I use for my Kindle and book sleeves!

I love the versatility of the Hemingway Pouch pattern so much! Measurements for all four sizes are included. While the medium and large sizes are perfect for eReaders and books, the smallest size is perfect for sunglasses... which is why I've included it in my spring pattern round-up!

Make the littlest one for sunglasses, a medium or large one for your book of choice, and you've got everything you need to spend the day reading at the beach.

Center Street Quilts has a ton of other fantastic bag and pouch patterns, including the fan-favorite Alpen Belt Bag and the adorable Fleetwood Tote bag.


What's On Your Sewing Project List This Spring?

Whether you're starting some new projects, or finishing up some WIPs, I hope you get to enjoy some great sewing time this spring! I'll be working on more Kindle and book sleeves for y'all, in addition to finishing up some more zipper pouches. And one of these days, I'll make time to go back and finish up some of my WIP quilts that have been sitting un-touched for a while!!

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