Make Something Special with This Pretty Block

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There Are Several Other Blocks to Choose From, Too!

This charming block can be used in so many ways. Instructions are provided for two sizes for even more options.

Add borders and finish the small block for a pot holder or mug rug. The large block can easily become a mini wall or table quilt.

I Heart You Quilt Block Pattern  

Combine several blocks of either size for a table runner, table topper, baby quilt and more. Or include the blocks with others in a project of any kind. See more examples of the block and ways to use it here.

The designer, Nadra Ridgeway from Ellis & Higgs, provides instructions for both 6″ and 12″ finished blocks. The block is made with traditional piecing.

Click here to purchase the “I Heart You” block pattern.

Nadra has several other patterns available for cute heart blocks and related projects. Here are three blocks from the collection, all made with traditional piecing. You’ll find patterns for them all here.

Unlock My Heart Quilt Block Pattern

“Unlock My Heart” block. See it in other colors here.

Love Note Quilt Block Pattern

“Love Note” block. See it in other colors here.

True Love Quilt Block Pattern

“True Love” block. See it in other colors here.


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