Use This Cute Santa Block in a Variety of Projects

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There’s Now a Mrs. Santa, Too!

This charming Santa block can be used in so many projects. Instructions are provided for two sizes so go ahead and give your imagination free reign.

Blocks of either size can be incorporated in a wall hanging, table topper and larger quilts. They can also decorate the front of a tote bag or the bodice of an apron.

Santa Claus Quilt Block Pattern

Kids from 1 to 101 will surely smile when they see this handsome guy so include the block in gift projects too.

Santa Claus Quilt Block Pattern

Block by Simone.

The designer, Nadra Ridgeway from Ellis and Higgs, enlarged the block for a charming throw pillow. You’ll find her PDF tutorial for adapting the block into a pillow here (you’ll need the block pattern too).

Santa Claus Quilt Block Pattern

See the Santa block made up in a variety of styles here.

Santa Claus Quilt Block Pattern

Block by Sedef.

The finished block sizes are 6″ square and 12″ square.

Click here to purchase the “Santa Claus Quilt Block” pattern.

Santa and Mrs. Claus Throw Pillows

A charming Mrs. Santa block is now also available. It comes in both 6″ and 12″ finished sizes. The two are so festive made into companion throw pillows. You’ll find the free tutorial for making both of the pillows here (you’ll also need the Santa and Mrs. Claus block patterns).

Mrs. Claus Quilt Block Pattern

Dress Mrs. Claus to coordinate with Santa and use them together in a variety of projects. Or use them individually if that’s what you’re inspired to do.

Mrs. Claus Quilt Block Pattern

Blocks by Andrea.

Either way, these festive blocks are sure to set the Christmas mood.

Click here to purchase the “Mrs. Santa Claus” block pattern.


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