One Easy Block to Use Multiple Ways!
This simple block is easy to stitch together, making a wrapped Christmas present that will be right at home with your holiday decor. You’ll also enjoy making small projects from this block for gift giving.
One block makes a charming potholder for your holiday kitchen. Make several while you’re at it for last-minute gifts.
Stitch 3 or more blocks together in a row for a charming table topper. Nine blocks make a fun mini quilt or table topper.
The block pattern, from designer Lindsey Weight for Fort Worth Fabric Studio, is easy to construct. Pull out festive scraps and fat quarters, plus a background fabric, to use in designing your own little Christmas gift blocks.
The size of the finished block is not mentioned but it appears to be about 8″ square.
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