One Block Makes a Lovely Table or Wall Quilt

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Combine Several for an Eye-Catching Quilt!

This stunning block is not only easy to make, it’s wonderful in many color themes. Plus, at 24″ square it’s quite large and can be finished off into a table topper or mini quilt.





Or do as Jenny from Missouri Star Quilt Co. has done and combine several blocks for an eye-catching quilt. She started with colorful 5″ charm squares and mixed them with white. Then she added a gray contrast and finished the quilt off with a beautiful border.

Crown Quilt Block Tutorial

Batiks are stunning in this block and quilt. Or go with whatever fabric styles you prefer. We can easily imagine this made up in many different color combinations as well as seasonal colors.

Jenny shows how the block is made in the following video.

Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

To make the quilt you’ll need:

  • 3 Packages 5″ Print Squares

  • 3 Packages 5″ White Squares

  • 2 yds. Contrasting Fabric

  • ¾ yd. Inner Border

  • 1¾ yds. Outer Border

  • ¾ yd. Binding

  • 8 yds. Backing

Download the materials list for the quilt here.

The “Crown” block is 24″ square and the quilt using 9 blocks is 88″ x 88″.  Four blocks would make a wonderful baby or lap quilt.

 

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