With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we thought it might be fun to show off a few of our favorite seasonal quilts to celebrate LOVE…all in one place! Honestly, I am not much of a heart girl usually, but I do make an exception for a few weeks a year :-).

We’ve done a similar series for both PATRIOTIC and HALLOWEEN (PART 1 and PART 2) quilts, so be sure to visit those, as well – for future inspiration!


Finishes at 44.5″ x 52.5″
Pattern available via PAPER or PDF
SPECIAL NOTE: This is a 3-in-1 seasonal quilt pattern. Festive blocks are interchangeable to represent: Americana [flags/stars], Fall [pumpkins/stars], and Christmas [trees/stars]. As a bonus, we added a heart option – with all the details on the cutting and construction in THIS BLOG POST.

(You will still need the pattern for all other block cutting and assembly/finishing instructions)


Finishes at 32″ x 56.5″ (Table Topper – shown above) -or- 66″ x 82″
Pattern available via PAPER or PDF

When the idea popped into my head to make rows of hearts that look like they were knitted on one of those gorgeous Scandinavian sweaters, well… the idea just wouldn’t go away, and I started on some serious quilty math. I quickly discovered that the official name of that type of sweater style is called ‘Fair Isle’ and it felt like such a perfect name for this quilt, too!


Finishes at 34.5″ x 34.5″
Pattern available via PAPER or PDF

This is such a great way to use up your favorite charm pack. Choose the color scheme you want to work with, how many blocks you want to make, and go from there! So many fun varieties await you…just choose your favorite combo of (25) hearts and X’s.


Pattern available via Downloadable Pattern Sheet

Originally created for our exclusive LITTLE BOX OF FIGS subscription, this fun project was so popular we had to make it a pattern sheet so everyone could enjoy! Works great with mini charm packs – or raid your scrap bins!


Finishes at 20.5″ x 34.5″
Pattern available via PAPER or PDF

If you are a strawberry fan [perhaps chocolate-covered?!], then this is for you! This pattern is the perfect excuse to play with your favorite summer feeling charm pack! Simple construction & fun [optional] prairie points finish off this charming seasonal runner. One of the best things about this quilt is how using the “SEW & FLIP” method makes shapes such as berries and leaves so simple.


Finishes at 67″ x 75″
Pattern available via PAPER or PDF

Although this pattern is a little less traditional when we think of Valentine’s Day, the red/coral/pink colorway instantly says LOVE to me! We consider this pattern to be the newer and bigger sister pattern to CATALINA STARS and I am so excited by its versatility in both pattern and color. This is one of those quilt patterns that I think you will come back to over and over…both because of its versatility and its ease. It is a wonderful stash buster, looks fabulous in any color family, can be easily adapted to be smaller or larger and has that wonderful sparkling feel of a scrappy cream background.


Finishes at 64″ x 77″ -or- 72″ x 85″
Pattern available via PAPER or PDF

This quilt is just begging to be made out of my new EYELET BASICS collection! I just might have to make that happen…

We are one of those families who says that often repeated phrase of “love you more” so when we were trying to think of a fun way to use some text in a more modern quilt, this was immediately the phrase we settled on. Each letter is a simple block made from squares and rectangles and the entire quilt will come together perhaps quite easier than you expected! What a perfect way to say “love you more” to those special ones in your life!


Finishes at 17.5″ x 70.5″ (Table Runner)
Pattern available via PAPER or PDF

This fun and striking table runner is perfect for so many different occasions or just as an excuse to dress up your table. It would look so lovely in a variety of different color combinations…one for every season.

This red and white version, though, is quite special!


We hope you’ve enjoyed this pattern “round-up”. Of course, many more of our traditional block patterns would also lend themselves well to a Valentine’s theme, simply by picking colors and prints that resemble this special day!


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  1. Gail | 25th Jan 24

    Thank you for putting all the Valentine projects in one place and for your helpful comments❤️

    • | 27th Jan 24

      You are so welcome. Enjoy!

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