Everyone loves a good quilt block pattern. Whether you’re making a set of blocks to make a full project, creating a block inspiration book, or just looking to practice with leftover scraps, quilt blocks are a great way to flex your creative muscles. So if you’re looking for patterns to whip up in an afternoon, we’ve got you covered!
The smart thing about the Easy Disappearing Nine Patch Quilt Block tutorial is that it uses a charm pack to create the quilt block. With a charm pack, you don’t have to worry about cutting out quilt squares, as it’s already done for you. Choose a charm pack you love to make a disappearing nine patch quilt that you’ll cherish forever!
This free quilt block tutorial will show you how to make the coolest ever string quilt project. The Super Magical String Quilt Block is the ultimate scrapbuster for quilting gurus and amateurs alike. Start out with your strings and make a basic quilt block template, using paper. Then go crazy and have some fun making your one-of-a-kind quilt block. String quilt blocks are a great way to have an interesting and intricate design on any quilt. If you want a cohesive look on your quilt, repeat strings in each quilt block.
Your Signature Quilt Block
It’s time to get noticed. With Your Signature Quilt Block, you’ll have a personalized quilt block to get your name out there. Not only is this quilt block idea cheaper than outsourcing for quilt block labels, but you’ll also have fun decorating your quilt block with permanent pens. The quilt block itself is super easy to make. You’re just working with quilt squares of different sizes to create this one-of-a-kind quilt block. This quilt block idea is a fun alternative to quilt labels!
Half Square Triangle Quilt Block
Create quilting’s easiest quilt block with this Half Square Triangle Quilt Block. Half square triangles are so easy to cut out and work with. If you’re ambitious, you can even whip up a half square triangle quilt in an evening with these quilt blocks. This free quilting tutorial provides clear images and directions, so you’ll be able to understand, even if you’re a beginner quilter.
What is your favorite style of quilt block?