Make Something Special with This Blue Bird Block

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There’s also a Cute Baby Bird Nest Block!

This cute bluebird will be delightful in spring and summer projects. Multiple finished block sizes give you many design options. The larger blocks can even be finished off into wall hangings or table quilts.

Substitute brown for the blue and you can also make a darling robin. Or change up the colors completely for other types of birds.

Spring Blue Bird Quilt Block Pattern

While it looks complex, the block is created with standard piecing. Even though some pieces are small, accurate cutting and consistent 1/4″ seams will produce beautiful results.

The designer, Burlap and Blossom Patterns includes instructions for five finished block sizes:

  • 6″
  • 9″
  • 12″
  • 18″
  • 24″

Click here to purchase the “Spring Blue Bird Quilt Block” pattern.

A second block by the same designer depicts a nest full of baby birds. It’s easy to imagine combining the two blocks for a sweet little wall or table quilt to enjoy every spring.

Baby Bird Nest Quilt Block Pattern

Instructions are provided for 6″ and 12″ finished blocks.

Baby Bird Nest Quilt Block Pattern

Quilt by Melissa Velik.

Click here to purchase the “Baby Bird Nest Quilt Block” pattern.


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