Create a Pretty Pot of Flowers for Spring

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They Can Be Used in Many Quilted Projects!

This charming quilt block is perfect for a spring or summer project. The pot full of flowers will be great in any colors you want to use.

Instructions are provided for four finished block sizes, providing lots of creative options. Add a border to the smallest block for a potholder. Finish a large block into a table or wall quilt, or create a charming pillow cover.

Flower Pot Spring Quilt Block Pattern

Two blocks can form the ends of a lovely runner with simple patchwork in between. Or go ahead and make several blocks for a larger quilt.

The block is created with standard piecing. Instructions are provided by the designer, Burlap and Blossom Patterns, for 6″, 12″, 18″, and 24″ finished blocks.

Click here to purchase the “Flower Pot Spring Quilt Block” pattern.

Other spring flower blocks are also available. It will be fun to mix them up for a pretty wall quilt or go large for a bed-sized quilt.

Daffodil Spring Garden Quilt Block Pattern

It’s hard to choose favorites but we especially like the perky daffodil and pretty lilac blocks.

Lilac Spring Flower Quilt Block Pattern

You’ll find all of the spring block patterns, including flower and Easter block designs at the link below.

Click here to explore Spring quilt block patterns.


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