This Pretty Block is Lovely In So Many Projects

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Use it for Christmas or Other Times of the Year!

This beautiful block is perfect for Christmas projects or make it up in colors for any time of the year. The graceful design makes us think of poinsettias and other flowers.

Add borders and finish one block as a mini quilt, pillow cover or place mat. Combine several for a runner or a larger quilt.

Christmas Poinsettia Quilt Block Pattern

Christmas Poinsettia Quilt Block Pattern

We love it used in table runners and can easily imagine how lovely it will be in colors for any season. Add sashing between blocks and an outside border to create a runner.

Christmas Poinsettia Quilt Block Pattern

Runner found on Pinterest.

Christmas Poinsettia Quilt Block Pattern

Spring colors created with Photoshop.

Christmas Poinsettia Quilt Block Pattern

Runner from Lawson Creations.

Christmas Poinsettia Quilt Block Pattern

Quilt by Dawne Cooper.

Christmas Poinsettia Quilt Block Pattern

Quilt by jjfraley.

The finished block, designed by Lorna from Sew Fresh Quilts, is 12″ square. It’s made entirely from standard piecing.

Click here to purchase the “Christmas Poinsettia Quilt Block” pattern.

Image Source: The runner at the top of the page is from WeGe-Quilts.


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