A Classic Block Is Updated for This Beautiful Quilt

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Make It Up In Your Favorite Color Palette!

An old classic quilt block is given a modern twist in this beautiful quilt. Pretty up-to-date fabrics and oversized blocks create a charmingly intricate design.

Simplified construction methods make the blocks a breeze to complete. Triangles on a Roll paper are used in the example but you can make the half-square triangles using whatever method you prefer.

Grandmother's Favorite Quilt Pattern

Watch as Kimberly from the Fat Quarter Shop demonstrates how the blocks are made in the following video.

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

One 16″ (finished size) block can be finished for a lovely table or wall quilt. String three blocks together for a table runner. Or make more blocks for a larger quilt.

Grandmother's Favorite Quilt Block Pattern

Bock by Brenda of Songbird Designs.

Learn more about the blocks and quilt here.

Click here for the free “Grandmother’s Favorite” block pattern.

You’ll find 4″ Triangles on a Roll paper here and here.

A kit is available while supplies last for the white, blue and red quilt shown above. It’s 66.5” x 82.5” once completed. Learn more here.

The fabric line used in that quilt is available here while supplies last.

Grandmother's Favorite Quilt Block Pattern

Block by Michele of Island Life Quilts.

A pattern is available for quilts in the following sizes:

  • Tablerunner – 25.5″ x 73.5″
  • Lap – 60.5″ x 60.5″
  • Twin – 66.5″ x 82.5″
  • Queen – 82.5″ x 82.5″

Click here to purchase the “Grandmother’s Favorite” quilt pattern.


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