One Pretty Block Stars in Many Projects

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This beautiful flower block is made with standard piecing – no applique or paper piecing required. Once you’ve mastered the block you can go on and incorporate it in several different projects.

Designer Lea Anne Brummett of Podunk Pretties has many great ideas for using this block. We’ve included links to several to spark your creativity.

Back Porch Blooms

To get started, consider making one block and turning it into a little wall hanging. Scalloped edges make it extra charming. When constructed as shown, the finished mini quilt is 26″ x 35″. (The unfinished block is 9″ x 18″.)

Click here for tutorials for making the scalloped border. It’s easier than it may look!

The flower block and mini quilt instructions are found here:

Click here for the free “Back Porch Blooms” tutorial.

Click here for the free (revised) PDF pattern templates. Make sure the box in the center measures 1″ square once printed.

Hello Spring Quilted Banner

Hello Spring Quilted Banner

“Hello Spring” beautifully incorporates flower blocks into a 21.5 x 61″ banner. There are full instructions for the banner, including the letters, the pot with a heart and the butterfly blocks.

Click here for the free “Hello Spring” tutorial.

Ring Around the Posie Quilt

“Ring Around the Posy” incorporates several flower blocks and butterflies into a quilt that is 49.5″ square. It will be a lovely baby quilt, wall hanging or table topper.

Click here for the “Ring Around the Posy” instructions.

Cottage Blooms Quilt

The “Cottage Blooms” quilt is made from rows of flowers with a fence around the outside and butterflies in the corners. The finished quilt is 63″ x 81″.

Click here for the “Cottage Blooms” tutorial.

Click here to download the full “Cottage Blooms” PDF tutorial.

Moon Flower Magic

Lea Anne has many other ideas for quilts made from the flower block. You’ll find several here. You can use the various blocks to make your own unique quilt, as well.

There may be another pattern or two added to the series. Click this link to see all the posts in Lea Anne’s “Back Porch Blooms” series.






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