Make a Stunning Bow and More for a Special Project

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Choose Between 5 Lifelike Blocks!

This stunning red bow is a beautiful example of what can be achieved with paper piecing. Careful value placements and precision piecing make it come to vivid life.

Include the block in a Christmas project or finish one block for a mini quilt. It’s also beautiful in other colors and for other occasions. The pattern description page shows the bow in several other colors.

Gift Bow Quilt Block Pattern

While the bow is stunning on its own you can also mix it with other Christmas-themed blocks that are just as lifelike. Whether combined in a project or used on their own, all of the blocks will surely be noticed and admired.

Santa Boot Quilt Block Pattern

Santa Hat Quilt Block Pattern

Gingerbread Man Cookie Cutter Quilt Block Pattern

Christmas Bells Quilt Block Pattern

The block patterns assume that you have experience with paper piecing. The following articles will provide good information to help you get great results.

All of the blocks, designed by Brooke Husgen from Lover of Life Designs, are 16″ square. The patterns can be found at the following link.

Click here to purchase the “Christmas FPP” block patterns.

Christmas Quilt Block Patterns


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