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Category: Block Patterns
A traditional quilt block pattern that never loses it's charm can be found in this tutorial for the Churn Dash Block. Combine flying geese quilt patterns with an array of geometric shapes that will draw attention to any part of a quilt pattern you include this in. As you're moving up in skill levels, quilt block patterns like this are always good to use to get practice in putting together smaller pieces. Combining flying geese patterns and half square triangles with an appropriate color scheme can be quite the challenge, but the results are gorgeous.
Your scrappy quilt pieces shouldn't have to sit in your drawer when you can make them part of an eye-catching Color Pop Star Block. There's never been a star quilt block pattern quite like this! You'll be using your scraps to make sharp half square triangles that help to make your colorful fabrics really shine as a star quilt pattern. What makes this pattern unique is that it goes beyond the standard look of a single star quilt block to draw even more attention to your impressive work.
Want your next quilt to really pop with color? Then head to your scrap drawer and use your scrappy quilt pieces to make a Color Wheel Block. You can make individual quilt blocks all with different colors or create a consistent design that comes together seamlessly between blocks. Scrap quilt designs don't have to be in a stereotypical block shape. Even if you don't have a lot of fabric to spare, you can make a few scrap quilt blocks to save for later or use in a smaller quilting project. A design like this can go with almost anything.
A basket quilt pattern may be a classic patchwork motif, but you don't have to make basket blocks just like your grandmother did in order to use this design in your quilting. This Crazy Basket Quilt Block is an updated version of the traditional basket block that incorporates crazy quilting and improv piecing for unique scrap quilt blocks. You'll love the pop of color this block will bring to your quilts!
Put a fresh spin on traditional crazy quilt block patterns with these Crazy Colors Scrap Quilt Blocks. Swap out musty Victorian fabrics and colors for bright prints and solids in different shades of the same color. Make a crazy quilt spiral around a fussy cut bit of a large print in the center of the block.
Similar to a log cabin quilt block, the Crazy Geo Block has you focusing on building around a starting point to make your quilt block patterns. Where this quilt is different is how you decide to piece together the scrap quilt blocks using different shapes. This means that each design can be totally unpredictable, which will make for an even more unpredictable quilt. Quilters with a wild imagination for how artistic their patterns will look simply cannot pass up this scrap quilt block pattern.
The Crazy Nine Patch is a super easy quilt block that comes together in no time! You don't have to worry about straight lines or precise measurements to make this easy crazy quilt block. Coordinate colors and prints in blocks to make stripes!
Nothing catches the eye quite like the illusion created within the Crazy Stairs Quilt Block. Pick out a bold print from a series of charm quilts and use this free quilt block pattern to make a winding effect with simple piecing. Even if you only have a few scraps left from your latest charm pack quilts, making these contemporary quilt block patterns won't be a problem. If you want to make a quilt that has more of a modern, artistic look to it, start here.
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.
Cut up your charm pack quilt scraps and in no time, your patterns will be meeting in the middle of a Crossroads Block. All of the individual quilt blocks you make with this can be different if you make them using scrappy quilt patterns, and they create an eye-catching and consistent pattern when you quilt a whole series of them together. There are fun variations for this quick block pattern as well, so don't think you'll just be stuck learning how to make one design here!
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