FREE Spring Projects, Patterns & Designs!

Spring is here! Finally. With springs arrival there are a slew of springy holidays and festivals to get ready for.

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April 

  • April Fool’s Day April 1
  • Good Friday April 14
  • Easter  April 16
  • Patriots Day April 17
  • Earth Day April 22
  • Administrative Assistant’s Day April 26
  • Take Your Daughter To Work Day April 27

Also in April, the 4th is  Hug a Newsman Day (they need some love) and April 7th is No House Work Day! Don’t forget April 17 is National Blah Blah Blah Day. Celebrate poetry all month long in April and don’t forget Lawn and Garden Month happens in this fine month.

To celebrate spring’s welcomed arrival take a look at these free patterns,  projects and designs below. I may not have anything for World Laboratory Day (April 17), but I think I have some fun and cute projects for the rest of the days for ahead.

FREE PROJECT

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Inspired by Carnival of Venice with an added touch of vintage, this necklace is a ray of sunshine around your neck. Textured fabric and lightness of form are all masterfully juxtaposed to create a one-of-a-kind piece.

Take time picking out favorite or sentimental scraps of fabric. Play up color combinations and textures to make a truly memorable piece. Find the full project and make it your own.

FREE PATTERNS

Boredom Buster! 

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This is perfect for a little one while they wait for Easter Sunday Service. God loves busy hands! Find the pattern in the link above to get started.

Easy Sew Wrap Skirt

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Dress up your spring wardrobe with an easy to make skirt! Find the pattern here.

Slip Dress

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This slip dress can be made to be worn as a dress or to wear as a nightgown. Lengthen it for more coverage or shorten it to make as a camisole. Download the pattern to get started.

Sashiko Coaster Set

I love the handmade look and feel of this coaster set. Makes for a great table setting for a springtime brunch or tea. Download templates to get started. 

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What Time Is It? 

Here’s another boredom buster and kids can learn how to tell time! Find the templates and patterns here.

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Easter & Spring Embroidery Designs

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Don’t spend Easter dinner arguing whether the chicken or the egg came first; enjoy both at once! Get the design files for this adorable In The Hoop Easter Egg Holder by Lisa Archer now through April 30, 2017

Watch how to put it all together below.

Egg-cellent! Embroidery Designs.

 Decorate on aprons, bags, and children’s wear, baby clothes and so much more with these cute springy time eggs. Stitch one peeping out of a pocket for a cute nod to spring time holidays. This collection is seen in the Mar/Apr 2015 issue of Creative Machine Embroidery magazine.

For egg-stra fun use the entire spring  inspired collection on all sorts of springy things.

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Download a free egg design to get your started!

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Butterfly Free Standing Lace Design

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One of my favorites! I don’t know how many of these beauties I’ve made. Imagine them in multiple colors and sizes. Such pretty things you can do!

Tea Time For Two

High tea makes a comeback in this lovely embroidery collection from CME. Collection includes a chubby teapot, tottering teacups, a sugar bowl and a tasty cupcake. From your stash choose a bright fabric for the appliqué for extra wow. Once you embroider this collection on tea towels, aprons and table linens, you won’t want to trade it for all the you-know-what from you-know-where.

FREEBIE

Download the tea cup free design through out the month of April.

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Find the entire collection and create sweet linens for a spring time touch.

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I hope you enjoyed this special curated selection of cute, spring time designs, projects and patterns.

Stay tuned for more freebies in the days ahead!

Jill

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6 thoughts on “FREE Spring Projects, Patterns & Designs!

  1. Hello,

    I’m a novice sewer and just found your website through feedly. I have a sewing question that I haven’t been able to find an answer for. I have a denim button front a-line skirt (store bought) that sticks out at the hem in the front and the back. The hem is level all the way around. The skirt fits well in the waist and hips. The problem is that, when viewed from the side, the a-line shape is even larger in the front and back of the skirt than it is on the sides. Is there any alteration that would fix this problem? I would appreciate any tips or advice you may have.

      1. The skirt does jut out in the front and the back. However, the jut does not start from the waistband; it starts about mid way down. It looks a bit like a bell shape when viewed in profile.

  2. P.S. So far I have tried pressing, shortening the skirt (it was knee length), and taking some of the bulk out of the hem. None of these have worked, and I have no idea what else to try.

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