Quilt Pattern

Spring Growth Pattern Release

I am excited to share that my pattern, Spring Growth, which originally appeared in Love, Patchwork & Quilting Issue 45, is now available for sale! Spring Growth is a modern, graphic quilt designed for maximum visual impact that finishes as a large lap quilt at 60″ by 72″.

Spring Growth was inspired in both design and color palette by a photograph of a finch. In the photo, the finch’s dark eye is surrounded by a pop of orange and a dusty gray body and background. Birds are one of the first signs of spring in my area, so I chose to back and bind the quilt in green as a promise of the growth ahead.

Spring Growth - Photo Courtesy of Love, Patchwork & Quilting

Spring Growth – Photo Courtesy of Love, Patchwork & Quilting

Included in the pattern is a coloring page to help you plan your quilt design and perhaps even audition quilting motifs. There is ample room to play with some fun quilting in the negative space. Straight line quilting to enhance and echo the pieced shapes would work beautifully, too.

Spring Growth - Quilting Detail

Spring Growth – Detail

The pattern contains tips for piecing precision. I am really looking forward to see how others interpret and use this design!

Spring Growth

Spring Growth

The Spring Growth quilt pattern is now available in my Etsy and Craftsy stores for $10, but if you sign up for my Quilting Jetgirl Sales Newsletter, you will receive a 20% off coupon code that you can apply at checkout in Etsy to reduce the price of anything you purchase on Etsy (including all of my other PDF patterns and my selection of printed patterns) through the end of next week (October 17, 2017).

22 thoughts on “Spring Growth Pattern Release

  1. helen says:

    You know, before I knew what this quilt was based on I thought it was a bird or possibly a bee. Beautiful quilt

  2. patty says:

    Your quilting is amazing!

  3. Cindy says:

    I like your interpretation of a finch. Beautiful quilt and gorgeous quilting!!

  4. oh!the quilting is awesome!

  5. This is such a pretty design, Yvonne. My daughter has loved birds since she was little, and is now a bioiogical technician doing field research with birds. She is currently in grad school in Florida. That being said, your finch story and the resulting quilt speak to me quite a bit! I think the binding and backing is just right, and a great idea!

  6. Kathleen McCormick says:

    I love this design and I do see a little finch in it! It looks like you had a great time with the quilting – it really enhances the quilt!

  7. jayne says:

    Another beauty! I love how your use of negative space in this one and all your quilts (that have neg. space!). Plus, you come up with the best names!

  8. aquilterstable says:

    Really lovely and I’m fond of your incorporation of the green! That helps tell the story of the quilt – nice!

  9. Cheryl says:

    Such a beautiful design, I love the quilting in the negative space and the unexpected green binding.

  10. Your lovely pattern and fantastic quilting are inspiring.

  11. Heather B. says:

    What a great inspiration and the aqua accent is perfect!

  12. MKF says:

    I love this quilt.

  13. Congratulations on designing such a beautiful and inspired quilt pattern Yvonne. 🙂 The quilting is a work of art in itself.

  14. sue7oaks says:

    What a great quilt from such simple inspiration! I love the colours you’ve used for this one!

  15. I love reading about your inspiration Yvonne! And I love your quilting in the negative space too. Congratulations on another pattern release!

  16. Jen says:

    I’m so glad you shared your inspiration story, it was something I was wondering about. Great pattern!

  17. kaholly says:

    Another beauty, Yvonne!

  18. Izzy says:

    Gorgeous design Yvonne! I just love quilt with lots of negative space – it’s like a blank page you can use to “draw” a bunch of fun quilting designs.

  19. Congratulations. You have been very productive in creating new patterns this year. I didn’t feel like sewing earlier this week so I cut my strips to make Digital Wave. Hoping to get working on it before the end of the year.

  20. It’s such a great design and that quilting is just amazing!

I really appreciate the time and thought you take to comment, and I look forward to conversing with you. :)