A Field of Wildflowers: The Perennial Quilt Pattern

The perfect flower quilt pattern! The Perennial quilt pattern looks like wildflowers growing in a meadow – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #FlowerQuiltPattern

The Perennial quilt pattern is now available in the shop!

At first glance Perennial may look like an explosion of chaotic triangles, but crafted into this pattern is a repeating design with easy to follow instructions. Are you asking yourself, "Is this a quilt I can actually make? Am I going to get frustrated and quit halfway through?"

Quiltketeers, I say nay! Perennial quilt tips and video tutorials is a thorough blog post covering every step of the quilt making process, so if you hit a roadblock, there are videos and photo instructions to guide you on your way. 

This pattern has a suggested skill level of "Moderate." Does that mean that you need to be an extremely confident quilter to make this? No. It does mean that you need to have a basic understanding of the quilt-making process. If you can answer yes to these questions, you can make the Perennial quilt pattern.

  1. Are you familiar with sewing a ¼" seam?
  2. Do you have access to basic quilting tools?
  3. Have you followed a quilt pattern before?

If you answered "yes" to those three questions, you're all set! You can make this pattern! Just be sure to watch the tutorials videos and ask questions in the Suzy Quilts Patterns Facebook group any time you feel confused.

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The Original Perennial Throw

The quilt that started it all! I first made this quilt in 2015. It was born after a love affair I had with wabi sabi sewing that started with making curves in the Over the Hills pattern and continued with triangles in the Mod Mountains pattern. Hills into mountains – an obvious transition!

Well how about hills to mountains to wildflowers!

A Beautiful modern flower quilt pattern to add some cute pom poms! The Perennial quilt pattern looks like wildflowers growing in a meadow – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #ModernQuilt
A Beautiful modern flower quilt pattern to add some cute pom poms! The Perennial quilt pattern looks like wildflowers growing in a meadow – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #ModernQuilt

Original Perennial Fabric

Like I mentioned before, I made this quilt back in 2015, so some of the same fabrics are no longer available. I've done my best to mach current fabrics with what I used.

  • Flowers: Kona Corn Yellow
  • Garden: Kona Titanium, Kona Snow, Carolyn Friedlander Doe in Gray, small gray gingham, cream scraps
  • Background: Kona Khaki
  • Binding: small gray gingham
  • Quilted by: See Mary Quilt
A Beautiful modern flower quilt pattern to add some cute pom poms! The Perennial quilt pattern looks like wildflowers growing in a meadow – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #ModernQuilt

Perennial Wall Hanging

Make a minimal modern quilted wall hanging with this fat quarter friendly quilt pattern. The Perennial quilt pattern looks like wildflowers growing in a meadow – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #wallhanging
Make a minimal modern quilted wall hanging with this fat quarter friendly quilt pattern. The Perennial quilt pattern looks like wildflowers growing in a meadow – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #wallhanging

Wall Hanging Fabric

  • Flowers: Soft Crinkle Canvas in Teal
  • Garden: Manchester Embroidered Cotton in Toast, Figo Horseshoes in Burnt Orange, Kona Rose, Kona Sienna,  
  • Background: Essex Yarn Dyed Linen Lingerie
  • Binding: Soft Crinkle Canvas in Teal
  • Pieced and quilted by: Fran Gulick

Pink and Purple Perennial Throw

The Alma fabric featured in this quilt first made it's blog debut in this Maker's Dilemma post. After cutting and sewing this beautiful fabric into a quilt, I gave you 5 Reasons Why a Hera Marker is the Best Quilt Marking Tool.

I used the hera marker exclusively to mark guidelines on this Perennial quilt before hand quilting it.

The perfect flower quilt pattern! The Perennial quilt pattern looks like wildflowers growing in a meadow – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #FlowerQuiltPattern
The perfect flower quilt pattern! The Perennial quilt pattern looks like wildflowers growing in a meadow – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #FlowerQuiltPattern
The perfect flower quilt pattern! The Perennial quilt pattern looks like wildflowers growing in a meadow – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #FlowerQuiltPattern
The perfect flower quilt pattern! The Perennial quilt pattern looks like wildflowers growing in a meadow – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #FlowerQuiltPattern

Pink and Purple Perennial Fabric

  • Flowers: Alma Warm Red Market Floral, Alma Persimmon Field, Add It Up Rust
  • Garden: Alma Peach Market Floral, Alma Lilac Butterflies, Alma Lilac She, Cotton Couture Dusty Rose, Cotton Couture Antique, Cotton Couture Blush, Cotton Couture Peach, Alma Earth She, Cotton Couture Gold, Add It Up Metallic Copper 
  • Background: Cotton Couture Quartz
  • Binding: Cotton Couture Dusty Rose, Cotton Couture Antique, Add It Up Lavender 
  • Backing: Alma White and Navy She
  • Handed quilted with my favorite supplies - visit here for more hand quilting info
The perfect flower quilt pattern! The Perennial quilt pattern looks like wildflowers growing in a meadow – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #FlowerQuiltPattern

Golden Fall Perennial Throw

The perfect fall quilt pattern! The Perennial quilt pattern looks like crunchy fall leaves – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #FallQuilt #modernquiltpattern
The perfect fall quilt pattern! The Perennial quilt pattern looks like crunchy fall leaves – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #FallQuilt #modernquiltpattern
The perfect fall quilt pattern! The Perennial quilt pattern looks like crunchy fall leaves – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #FallQuilt #modernquiltpattern
The perfect fall quilt pattern! The Perennial quilt pattern looks like crunchy fall leaves – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #FallQuilt #modernquiltpattern
The perfect fall quilt pattern! The Perennial quilt pattern looks like crunchy fall leaves – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #FallQuilt #modernquiltpattern

Golden Fall Perennial Fabric

The fabric used in this quilt was a collaborative effort between the talented folks at Fabric Stork and Michelle Collins of Meesh Quilts. Didn't they do an amazing job? Click here to purchase the kit!

Fabric Stork Perennial quilt kit | suzyquilts.com

Michelle not only helped curate this fall Perennial quilt, she also pieced and quilted this throw from start to finish...in SEVEN DAYS! She's my hero.

Fabric Stork has put together not one but TWO Perennial quilt kits! Below are pictures of kit #2 that can be purchased here! Can you believe that quilting??

The perfect fall quilt pattern! The Perennial quilt pattern looks like crunchy fall leaves – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #FallQuilt #modernquiltpattern
The perfect fall quilt pattern! The Perennial quilt pattern looks like crunchy fall leaves – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #FallQuilt #modernquiltpattern
The perfect fall quilt pattern! The Perennial quilt pattern looks like crunchy fall leaves – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #FallQuilt #modernquiltpattern

Pom Pom Baby Perennial

Before you ask, a tutorial will be hitting the blog soon! It's all ready to go, just needs some fine-tuning. By the time you finish your Perennial quilt, I'll have it finished. 😉

The perfect flower quilt pattern to add some cute pom poms! The Perennial quilt pattern looks like wildflowers growing in a meadow – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #PomPomQuilt
The perfect flower quilt pattern to add some cute pom poms! The Perennial quilt pattern looks like wildflowers growing in a meadow – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #PomPomQuilt
The perfect flower quilt pattern to add some cute pom poms! The Perennial quilt pattern looks like wildflowers growing in a meadow – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #PomPomQuilt

Pom Pom Perennial Fabric

  • Flowers: Cotton Couture Clementine
  • Garden: Cotton Couture Cream, Cotton Couture Creamsicle, Cotton Couture Petal, Cotton Couture Geranium
  • Background: Speckled Metallic Cactus by Ruby Star Society
  • Binding: Cotton Couture Petal and 1" pom pom trim
  • Backing: Fruitful in Caramel by Ruby Star Society
  • Pieced and quilted by: Caitlyn Williams

Poinsettia Throw Quilt

This scrummy yum, softest solids on the market, poinsettia-inspired Perennial quilt was made from start to finish by the amazing Emily Tindall of Homemade Emily Jane. Cottoneer is currently selling a quilt kit too!

It's true that Michael Miller Cotton Couture solids are a little bit more expensive than other solids, but there's a reason! They are magic to touch! You've got to sew with them to know what I'm talking about.

The perfect Christmas quilt pattern! Tips and video tutorials on how to quilt with triangle blocks for the Perennial Quilt by Suzy Quilts | suzyquilts.com #ChristmasQuilt
The perfect Christmas quilt pattern! Tips and video tutorials on how to quilt with triangle blocks for the Perennial Quilt by Suzy Quilts | suzyquilts.com #ChristmasQuilt

Poinsettia Fabric

  • Flowers: Cotton Couture Cranberry, Windowpane Woven in Red by Bonnie and Camille
  • Garden: Cotton Couture Glass, Cotton Couture Juniper, Cotton Couture Riviera, Cotton Couture Ocean, Cotton Couture Spruce, Flurries in Snow Metallic Gold, Kitchen Window Woven Small Gingham in Desert Green
  • Background: Cotton Couture Teal
  • Binding: Stripes in Gold Metallic | Meadow by Rifle Paper Co.
  • Backing: Vase Block Print in Cream/Metallic | Meadow by Rifle Paper Co.
  • Pieced and quilted by: Emily Tindall
The perfect Christmas quilt pattern! Tips and video tutorials on how to quilt with triangle blocks for the Perennial Quilt by Suzy Quilts | suzyquilts.com #ChristmasQuilt
The perfect Christmas quilt pattern! Tips and video tutorials on how to quilt with triangle blocks for the Perennial Quilt by Suzy Quilts | suzyquilts.com #Christmassewing
The perfect Christmas quilt pattern! Tips and video tutorials on how to quilt with triangle blocks for the Perennial Quilt by Suzy Quilts | suzyquilts.com #Christmassewing
The perfect Christmas quilt pattern! Tips and video tutorials on how to quilt with triangle blocks for the Perennial Quilt by Suzy Quilts | suzyquilts.com #quiltpattern

Modern Farmhouse Wall Hanging

Susan of Needle and Grain added this beautiful Perennial wall hanging to her already dreamy bedroom. Susan, do you even sleep in this bed? How does it look so nice??

Make a minimal modern quilted wall hanging with this fat quarter friendly quilt pattern. The Perennial quilt pattern looks like wildflowers growing in a meadow – so use your scraps! Fat quarter and fat eighth friendly plus video tutorials! suzyquilts.com #wallhanging

10 thoughts on “A Field of Wildflowers: The Perennial Quilt Pattern

  1. Christine Jernigan says:

    Your newsletter/free pattern sign-up will not accept my email address, regardless of which of my 3 I try. Can u check into that?

  2. Lida Bieck says:

    You really are my third daughter. Quiltkateers! I’m still watching the 1973 Three Musketeers. Perennial looks like a winner.

    • Tonya Wohlever says:

      Suzy, do you have a video on specifically cutting the wonky triangles or do I just use the templates over and over? Triangles are new to me and I’ve watched your other triangle cutting video…but that is the 6 3/4″ one – nothing “wonky” there😉 This pattern is beautiful and I am anxious to use my special fabric and get started!! Btw- I have the flat top triangle ruler. Thanks!!

        • Tonya Wohlever says:

          Thank you! Thank you! I’ve been trying to wrap my brain around cutting those wonky triangles ALL DAY, lol!! Smoke is literally coming out of my ears from using my brain so hard. (I used practice fabric, thankfully 🤦‍♀️)😄

  3. Judy says:

    What a beautiful completely modern pattern! It’s so versatile. I think every baby and mom need the pom pom baby version and that Christmas quilt would be a fabulous holiday statement piece.

  4. janequiltsslowly says:

    So excited for this pattern!! Got my bundle of Essex linen fat eighths and linen background ready to go!!! I am doing an icy winter snow crystal version, but I love these fall fabric colors too!

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