This Beautiful Collection of Blocks Has Many Uses
March 11, 2018 |
| Quilt Blocks
Create a Sampler Quilt or Use the Blocks in a Variety Projects!
Have you ever wanted to make a sampler quilt? Or, to have a library of pretty blocks to choose from? This lovely collection of fifty 6″ blocks can be used for both.
Because the blocks are small they can be incorporated into many projects. For example, combine your favorites for a wall quilt or table topper. Or, put one on the side of a tote bag. Another idea is to showcase one on an apron or pillow. Or make a baby quilt … There are so many ways to use these blocks.
Of the 50 blocks, 43 are patchwork and 7 are applique. They range in difficulty from simple to complex so there’s something for everyone. Many of the blocks are a bit whimsical, but there are quite a few traditional blocks as well.
We love the creativity that went into making this collection. Every well-designed block is attractive and interesting, and they all lend themselves to many color treatments. This is a great collection you’ll be happy to have on hand.
Below are some of our favorite blocks from this collection by The Patchsmith.
You’ll find more of the blocks in the images below.
This wonderful collection is a great value, and one we’ll be happy to have ourselves.
There is a sew-along for the blocks as well. Learn more here.
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