| | | |

Free Season Reflections Quilt Pattern

You guys may have heard that I’m starting a newsletter that will highlight topics from the quilting world and provide a way to share new patterns and content with you. I’ve created this FREE Season Reflections Quilt Pattern as a thank you for signing up! This quilt has been a favorite of mine for a long time. Pick your favorite season, and start collecting fabric to coordinate with it!

FREE Season Reflections Quilt Pattern is perfect for confident beginners. Designed by Julie Cefalu @ The Crafty Quilter Designs.

Season Reflections Quilt

Season Reflections is a perfect project for a confident beginner. It comes in two sizes: a wall hanging (38″ x 38″) and a mini (15″ x 15″). The instructions are very detailed and contain step-by-step diagrams in full color. I’ve also included alternate layout options so you can play with the design of your quilt and make it your own.

Get your FREE Season Reflections Quilt Pattern Here!

If you like scrappy quilts, then you’ll love Season Reflections. The more fabrics you include, the more sparkle your quilt will have. And it’s fat quarter friendly! I made mine with a mix of Kaffe Fassett prints, oakshott cotton and other fabric from my stash. I used a Fall color palette for this version, and I can’t wait to make one for each of the other seasons, too.

I quilted this myself on my Babylock Crescendo sewing machine. I had a stencil with a vine design which fit perfectly in the dark frames. I stitched parallel lines with a walking foot in the other spaces.

FREE Season Reflections Quilt Pattern is perfect for confident beginners. Designed by Julie Cefalu @ The Crafty Quilter Designs.

Pattern Tester Parade

I am lucky to have had some great pattern testers for this quilt. I love seeing the variety and style in each one! Enjoy the parade of Season Reflections Quilts!

Season Reflections made by Allison Chiodo
Season Reflections Mini made by Shilo Parisian
Season Reflections made by Carol Schmidt
Season Reflections made by Jan Winkel
Season Reflections Mini made by Sharon Bozman
Season Reflections made by Jessica Dunning
Season Reflections Mini Options by Alana Ziobroski
Season Reflections Mini made by Mariangeles Correa
Season Reflections Quilt Pattern made by Kathrin Brown, designed by Julie Cefalu
Season Reflections made by my friend Kathrin Brown

As you can see, there is so much you can do with this pattern. You can play with color and block rotation to create an endless variety of designs. I hope you enjoy Season Reflections, and if you make it please share. Use the hashtag #seasonreflectionsquilt or #autumnreflectionsquilt to share on Instagram.

About my newsletter… This is something new and exciting for me. It will have different content than my blog, so if you already subscribe to my blog via email, you’ll want to also subscribe to my newsletter, too. It will come to your inbox about twice a month. I’ll include content designed specifically for my email list and also news of the quilting world (similar to Sew Thankful Sundays). I look forward to sharing more creativity with you soon!

SUBSCRIBE TO MY NEWSLETTER AND GET YOUR FREE PATTERN HERE.

Similar Posts

19 Comments

  1. Just now found you and I’m so glad! You’ve offered up a lot of different projects to work on and I’ll be starting some of them soon. Thank you, also, for the darling free Fabric Heart Bookmark on your other post…this will be added to a gift book at Christmas for the grandkids.

  2. You are an amazing woman! Love to see what you are doing. Love you letters, thank you for keeping us grounded to what is important in life. God Bless you. Please stay healthy. Have a Blessed New Year.

  3. love that you have shown so many pattern and colour variations. Sometimes it is hard to see that it is all the same versatile pattern! Well Done, Julie! Merry Christmas to you and look forward to seeing your writings in the new year!

  4. Not sure what’s up, but I never received the pattern after multiple tries. I’d love to have the pattern but also want to get on your newsletter list.

  5. Julie,
    Thank you for the free pattern! The stencil was perfect for your quilt and it is always interesting to see what other colors people use for the same quilt. I look forward to receiving your newsletter. I hope you will be enjoying lots of family and friends over the next few weeks. Merry Christmas!

  6. This is exciting. A new endeavour and outlet for your creativity. I am excited to try this new pattern. It’s time for a baby quilt. Thank you.

  7. Thank you so much for the pattern. I am excited to receive your newsletters as well as trying the Season Reflections pattern:)!!

  8. Thank you for your free pattern. I will miss your Sunday posts but am so looking forward to receiving your newsletter.

  9. Thank you for the pattern and ideas of different fabric choices. I learned to hand stitch my binding from your tutorial.

  10. Thank you for your sign up Newsletter gift. I really enjoyed seeing this pattern in different color palettes and settings… quite a number of possibilities and more. versatility. Thank you for all you do for us in the quilting community. Merry Christmas to you and your family.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

DISCLAIMER:

Some of the links on this site are affiliate links and I may be compensated a small commission when you make a purchase by clicking on those links. I only promote products and services that I use and love myself. Your support enables me to maintain the content of this blog and I am truly grateful!