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Category: Block Patterns
Your quilt can be swirling with the look of windmills if you include a Going Dutch Friendship Star Block. Learn how to make friendship star quilt blocks with an impressive pattern that brings out the best in your fabric colors. The look for these quilt block patterns may seem very complicated, but once you follow the steps included in this tutorial, you'll be able to make a friendship star quilt block without trouble. What a way to get your next quilt noticed!
The Grandmother's Garden Flowers tutorial presents a method for making flower quilt blocks in which the flowers are sewn by machine rather than paper pieced. The resulting blocks can be pieced together for a flower garden quilt.
Crochet fans will appreciate this throw-back to a traditional style of making patterns. The Granny Square Diamonds Block is not only a quilt block pattern that has a bold look unlike no other block, but also is a thrifty way of making scrap quilt blocks that look very intricate. Quilt block patterns like this are quite versatile and depending on the look you're going for, just a change in the fabric you're using can give this quilt a vintage, contemporary, or totally one-of-a-kind look to your next quilt.
This faux cathedral windows quilt pattern is sure to delight you! The Groovy Modular Cathedral Block is a cathedral windows quilt pattern made by rolling bias edges of overlapping pieces of fabric. Use bright colors against white sashing for a bold look.
Next Valentine's Day, you'll be capturing the hearts of loved ones everywhere once they see this Heart Strings Quilt Block within your latest project. Instead of going with the conventional colors of red, white, and pink, be bold with your scraps and transform individual strips into a string quilt block that represents you. String quilting is always a great way to challenge your ability to build individual quilt pieces into bigger quilt block patterns, so get some practice in during the holidays.
Combine the classic elegance of the cathedral windows quilt pattern with the attention-grabbing look of a star quilt to make the Heavenly Cathedral Window Star Block. With the right fabric, this faux cathedral windows quilt pattern will absolutely take your breath away. By bringing together two detailed quilt patterns, this star quilt block appears to be even more complex and stunning. Once you've seen how easy it is to make one, you'll want to make a whole quilt filled with this angelic pattern.
Herringbone quilt blocks show off finesse as well as elegant design skills, which is why this tutorial for Herring Blocks is one you need to try. See how easy it can be to create that finished appearance using paper piecing patterns. You can also learn a different method of making quilt block patterns using strip quilt piecing. Create a rainbow of eye-catching lines with a whole set of herringbone quilt block patterns for your next quilt. They're the perfect blend of simple paper piecing and slightly more complex designing.
Make a classy and quick quilt block with this pattern for a Herringbone String Block. String quilting provides a simple way to make scrappy quilt patterns and the strip quilt piecing design will give any quilt you use this quilt block pattern in an intricate, but clean appearance. You can start new scrap quilting patterns while cleaning out your leftover fabrics drawer to make individual quilt blocks in the string quilt style that look very professional when finished.
Most people are visual learners, so it will be easy to learn How to Make an Autograph Quilt Block with this video quilt tutorial. It is part of a series of simple quilt block video lessons that use the quilt block itself in a bigger project. That being said, the autograph block has a white square in the middle so that you can stitch a monogram or anything else you find meaningful. Hang the block on the wall, stitch it on to a pillow, or put it in the center of a quilt for a personal touch that your loved ones will be sure to appreciate.
This adorable owl craft is beginner-friendly and very versatile. If you're wondering How to Make an Owl Quilt Block, this project will teach you everything you need to know. It is based on scrapping together bits of fabric and arranging them on one square block. Make a face for the owl, add an outer border, and use this block for countless other projects. Awesome owl pillows, cute quilted owl wall hangings, or dishtowel appliques are just a few examples of how quilted owl blocks make life more fun.
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