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Scrapbuster Rail Fence Quilt Block

Scrapbuster Rail Fence Quilt Block Corral your scraps with this with this rail fence quilt pattern! The Scrapbuster Rail Fence Quilt Block welcomes any length and color of scrap, as long as you can cut it into a strip and piece it to another strip. A finished quilt made with these scrap quilt blocks would have the feeling of a broken and repaired split rail fence.

 

The Prestige Nine Patch Quilt Block

The Prestige Nine Patch Quilt Block Be the best quilting magician out there with The Prestige Nine Patch Quilt Block. This awesome video tutorial teaches you how to make a nine patch quilt block in the disappearing style. A disappearing nine patch quilt block pattern will look great for all of your latest quilt projects. The other wonderful thing about this quilt block is that there's plenty of room for color and fun. Use old scraps to construct these beautiful disappearing quilt blocks. The video in this tutorial will explain these quilt blocks in the simplest way, like you've never seen before. Now get to it! These quilt blocks won't make themselves.

 

Quick and Easy Flying Geese Quilt Block

Quick and Easy Flying Geese Quilt Block Create a sleek and simple quilt block with the Quick and Easy Flying Geese Quilt Block. This flying geese tutorial breaks down how to make the ever-popular flying geese design. The great thing about this step-by-step tutorial is that it offers clear instructions and an alternate method for how to sew together this staple quilt block. Another wonderful aspect of making a quilt with flying geese quilt blocks is the geometric look that you'll achieve. The triangles in flying geese quilt blocks are so versatile. You can make anything, from baby quilts to bed-sized quilts. Choose solid and patterned fabrics to give your quilt block more dimension.

 

Twisted Rail Fence Quilt Blocks

Twisted Rail Fence Quilt Blocks Ride the rails with these Twisted Rail Fence Quilt Blocks! Make a classic rail fence quilt block, and then cut it in half on the diagonal. Re-piece it with a half from another rail fence quilt block, and you'll have a brand new block that grows from one tiny, two-toned square in one corner, to two large, mitered strips in the other corner.

 

Broken Rail Fence Quilt Block

Broken Rail Fence Quilt Block You probably know what a rail fence quilt block looks like, but do you know what a broken rail fence looks like in a patchwork pattern? The stripes or "rails" are all wonky, of course! This Broken Rail Fence Quilt Block is a free-form alternative to the classic rail fence quilt patterns.

 

Wonky Barn Fence Block

Wonky Barn Fence Block Free quilt blocks that can be made in the "liberated" piecing style are great for quick quilt projects. You can make this Wonky Barn Fence Block with any size strips you have on hand. The piecework in this block imitates larger rail fence quilt patterns.

 

Giant Dresden Plate Block

Giant Dresden Plate Block Break free from the standard square quilt pattern with the Giant Dresden Plate Block. Don't be intimidated by the look of this Dresden plate pattern you'll be using the same wedge rulers to cut the pieces you'll be strip quilt piecing together. Whether you use fabrics from your favorite collection or you just want to make some scrap quilt patterns, the Dresden plate quilts you'll be making will surely stand out no matter where they are. There's no limit to what can be done with such uniquely large quilt block patterns.

 

Crooked Rail Fence Quilt Block

Crooked Rail Fence Quilt Block Reject the perfect geometry of a classic rail fence quilt and try out the Crooked Rail Fence Quilt Block! To make these wonky quilt blocks, you'll make regular rail fence segments and then trim the edges to make them crooked. Put them together in an uneven basketweave and add a border for a funky quilt block.

 

Easy Log Cabin Quilt Block

Easy Log Cabin Quilt Block Log Cabin Quilt Block patterns can be tricky, but with this Easy Log Cabin Quilt Block, you'll be able to begin with the useful foundation for a future quilting project. Using as many colorful fabrics as you'd like, you can design a classic quilt with your own twist. If you start off with this log cabin quilt block, you'll be on your way to a beautiful log cabin quilt in no time.

 

Easiest Ever Rail Fence Quilt Block

Easiest Ever Rail Fence Quilt Block This Easiest Ever Rail Fence Quilt Block will knock your socks off. The wonderful thing about a rail fence quilt block is that you can whip it up in less than ten minutes. You'll have a stack of these easy quilt blocks, lickity split. When you're making an easy quilt block, it's fun to experiment with different colors. The examples in this free tutorial use blue, but you can use any color of your preference. If you want to make the world's fastest nine patch quilt, stitch together nine of these quilt blocks! You'll have an insta-quilt.

 

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