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spring time project

Hello all, Mary Ellen here.

It seems that every year when we get one of these sunny mornings heading toward spring I will get the urge to find a cheerful quick project to sew. You might want to look back in this blog’s archives for a cute project: try searching for shamrock or bunny or tulip or spring.

Well this year is no different. After spending time chopping icy sidewalks with help from my godsons I’m taking it easy today. And here is the cute spring time project I’ve decided to try.

If you like this cheerful little quilt you can find its free pattern here: Click here.

Let’s get a conversation going! Please comment-even if only one word.

What’s your favorite season of the year? Or which quilt camp are you in-the prewashers or non-prewashers?


  1. Joann L. McGowan says:

    What a perfect project to bring some Spring into view. Much nicer than all the snow and ice. Thank you !!!

  2. Sylvia Siegel says:

    I love the tulips! It looks like it would be easy and completed in a short time.

  3. Betty Lerner says:

    Spring can’t come too soon for me!

  4. Sharon M Militello says:

    I love tulips. Spring is on the way🌷

  5. Jean Nicholson says:

    I hate winter! Pre-washed for the most part.

  6. JoAnne Greco says:

    Perfect project to inspire thoughts of Spring! I was starting to see some bulbs coming up in the garden…until the snow tonight! Thank you for the inspiration!!

  7. Janet Reilly says:

    I like spring and fall, best temperatures for my liking.

  8. Mary Carroll says:

    I have made this wall hanging and it does make spring come a little sooner.

  9. Tulips are always welcome for spring projects – and usually easy to make. As for pre-wash, I usually pre-wash fabrics for a large quilt, but don’t bother for a wall quilt. I expect to was my quilt, but probably will never wash my wall quilt. It’s the lazy person’s way, I guess.

  10. Linda Hunter says:

    Sorry all. I meant to say wash, not was. Apparently I have become a lazy typist, also!

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