Friendship Wreath Mini Quilt for Your Wall or Table

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So Easy to Make That You’ll Want One for Every Season!

This sweet little quilt is made of Friendship Star blocks cleverly arranged into a wreath. While it looks complex, simple half-square triangles and fabric squares make up the block.

Paige Alexander of Quilted Blooms finished off her wreath into a beautiful mini quilt.

Friendship Wreath Mini Quilt

A lovely variation is to use colored fabric in the star centers instead of white. Jean Boyd shares the following example in her article on Quilt Social.

Friendship Wreath Mini Quilt

This is a great project for using up leftover half-square triangles. You can also choose fabrics to match your decor or for a particular season. This would be lovely made up in Christmas fabrics, for example, or for patriotic holidays.

Patriotic Friendship Wreath

Photo from Quilt Hollow.

You can also stitch several wreath blocks together into a larger quilt. Here’s an example of one way to set several blocks together, from Camille Roskelley at Simplify (Camille has a pattern available for this, her “Round & Round” quilt).

Round & Round QuiltJean Boyd has provided a tutorial for the wreath block. A finished mini quilt from the block is about 22 1/2″ square, perfect for your wall or table.

Click here for the free “Friendship Star Wreath Block” tutorial.






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