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Friday Finds: Think Spring!

 Okay, we know we’re jumping the gun a bit, but how can we not think Spring when we are surrounded by these beautiful colors, patterns and floral prints? Aren’t they fun? We have some fun picks to share with you today, so let’s get started!

 First off, we are still going strong as we follow along with Lori Holt and her Bloom Sew Along. Jina made the whimsical vintage-inspired block (pictured top), Shari from Doohikey Designs made a charming (bottom left) Farm Girl block, and Cindy made the sweet Calico Days block (bottom right). You can find more pictures of our blocks here.

 Aren’t these pants fun? Made by Melli whipped up this adorable Yoggers pants pattern using jersey knit fabric from the Idle Wild collection designed by Pattern Anthology. Stop by her blog for more details.

Oooh, we’re drooling over this lovely mini quilt made with Emily Taylor’s Chatsworth collection! Carried Away Quilting is sharing pictures and a link to the free pattern on her blog!

 We thought we’d bring out another free quilt pattern for you, just in time for spring! This cheerful pattern is called “Penny’s Garden” and is available as a FREE download here.

 Now you definitely can’t go wrong with tulips…and cats…and vintage dishes…and miniature birds…need I go on? Samelia’s Mum has a FREE pattern that incorporates all of these! Featuring Andrea Muller’s Vintage Kitchen collection, this long wall quilt is definitely going on our “make-it” list.

 We were thrilled to come across this sweet iPad cover made with Riley Blake Hot Pink Chevron & Hot Pink Dot fabrics! Made by OhKoey, you can find it for sale here.

Sew Incredibly Crazy is hosting an In Our Garden Block of the Month blog hop. You won’t want to miss the fun and FREE block patterns and giveaways! We just love these sweet blocks made with Lori Holt’s Calico Days collection!

And finally….we are experiencing cuteness overload! Made with October Afternoon’s Farm Girl collection, this super-adorable vintage-inspired Josie Mae Bonnet comes from The Cottage Mama. You can find more pictures and links to the pattern here.

 

 

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