Scrappy Spring Tulips in Two Block Sizes

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Display This Beauty on Your Wall, Table or Bed!

Who can resist these cheerful tulips? In the garden, tulips are a welcome sign of spring, and you can bring them inside with this lovely quilt. We love how they seem to twirl in the breeze.

The designer, Cindy Carter, created this pattern as a baby quilt. We can see it displayed just about anywhere around the home.

Scrappy Spring Tulips

Quilt by Marie of Chestnuts Quilting.

The tulips are pieced (not paper pieced) making it one of the easier tulip quilts we’ve seen.

The finished quilt is 42″ x 42″, with 11″ blocks.

Click here for the free 42 inch “Scrappy Spring Tulips” PDF tutorial.

A larger version is available with 16″ blocks. Instructions are included for two bed sizes:

  • Lap/Twin – 69” by 69”
  • Full – 87” by 87”

Scrappy Tulips Quilt

Click here for the free bed-sized “Scrappy Spring Tulips” PDF tutorial.


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