Use This Pretty Block Many Ways

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It’s Not Just for Valentine’s Day!

This charming block is part of a small 4-block Valentine sampler quilt sew-along (learn more here). However, it can be used in many types of projects and not just for Valentine’s Day.

For example, add borders to the block and finish it off as a small wall or table quilt. Place a block at either end of a table runner. Use it for a pillow front or feature it on a tote bag.

Jars of Love Quilt Block Tutorial

And consider colors for other seasons, with or without the letters. The mason jars make us think of summer so it’s easy to imagine the block made up of bright summer flowers without the letters on the jars.

The applique shapes are a breeze to create with EZ Print Lite Sheets.  Print the shapes on the iron-on sheets and skip the tracing. Or go ahead and trace them out on Heat n Bond Lite.

Once completed, the block designed by Carla Henton for Therm-o-Web finishes at 10″ square.

Click here for the free “Jars of Love” block tutorial.

 

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