Get Ready for Stunning Summer-Inspired Quilt Patterns

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The grill is hot, the kids are home on vacation, and you’re in the mood for some summer inspiration for your next seasonal quilt project. Whether your favorite summer pastime is relaxing at the beach or working in your garden, the editors at FaveQuilts are pleased to present this selection of our favorite quilts with summer themes.

Sun Quilt Patterns

sunflower-table-topperCheery Sunshine PillowSunburst picnicblanket

 

 

 

What would summertime be without having fun in the sun? From joyful quilted table toppers to gloriously yellow and orange quilted blankets, you’ll be glad you checked out these three sunny quilted projects that are as bright and cheery as the balmy weather outside. If you want joyful and happy-colored quilted patterns, check out these sunny day quilted projects:

Sunshine Sunflower Table Topper

Cheery Sunshine Pillow

Sunburst Picnic Blanket

 

Beach Quilt Patterns

Drawstring Beach BagBeachy-Baby-Strip-Quilt-thGinormous Beach Bag

 

 

 

Entertain the kids by making these easy and vibrant beach-themed quilted projects. Whether you want to make a seasonal quilt pattern with cool ocean blues and little scrap quilt fish or you need a cute beach bag to store your sunblock in, beach quilt patterns are sure to be a major trend this season. If your favorite summertime hot spot is the beach, try these cute beachy patterns:

Charming Drawstring Beach Bag

Beachy Baby Strip Quilt

Ginormous Quilted Beach Bag

 

Quilted Picnic Baskets

Garden DistrictFarm-Fresh-Picnic-Quilt-thSummer Lovin' Picnic Quilt

 

 

 

Spend a few summer afternoons enjoying deliciously grilled burgers and hotdogs on your homemade summer-inspired picnic quilt. Friends and neighbors will be especially impressed by your handiwork and ingenuity when they see your patriotic picnic quilts or garden-inspired quilted blankets. While you’re hanging out with the kids on an afternoon picnic, you’ll enjoy the comfort and beauty of your own summer-themed picnic blanket. Some of these refreshing quilted blankets can even function as nifty wall quilts during the colder months. Do these quilt patterns sound appetizing? If so, check out these garden-inspired quilt patterns:

Garden District Picnic Blanket

Farm Fresh Picnic Quilt

Summer Lovin’ Picnic Quilt

 

Fourth of July Quilt Patterns

Patriotic-Pinwheel-Quilt-Runner-Tutorial-thPatriotic-Stars-QuiltAmerican-Flag-Wall-Hanging

 

 

 

Light up your Independence Day with these 4th of July quilts. From red, white, and blue wall hangings to table runners depicting America’s famous stars and stripes, each of these Fourth of July quilt patterns are sure to make this year’s firework show extra special! Show off your patriotism with these fun Fourth of July quilt projects:

Patriotic Pinwheel Quilt Runner

Patriotic Stars Quilt

American Flag Wall Hanging

 

Summer-themed quilts can be a fantastic project to take some personal time to enjoy your favorite hobby and a great way to commemorate this year’s summer for years to come. The great thing about these diverse seasonal quilt patterns is that they allow you to express your love of all things warm and summery through your preferred quilting techniques.

What kind of summer quilt pattern are you going to make this year?

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