One of These Flower Blocks Makes a Lovely Small Quilt

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Combine Several for a Larger Project!

This beautiful flower block is oversized, making it perfect for a table topper or small wall quilt. Or, combine several blocks into a larger project. We can easily imagine three sewn together end to end for a lovely table runner.





Play with fabric styles and colors for your own interpretation. The block will be lovely in soft hues or bold, vintage or modern, or anything in between. Also play with value placement for more design options.

Flower Quilt Block Tutorial

Quilt block by Shayla from raggiegirls.com.

While there are a lot of pieces involved, the block is constructed using standard piecing techniques. If you’re easily bored, you’ll enjoy the variety involved in making this block.

Flower Quilt Block Tutorial

The finished block, from The House of Elle, is 16 1/2″ unfinished.

Click here for the free “Flower Quilt Block” tutorial.

 

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