Quilt blocks provide inspiration to make the quilt you want to snuggle under or give away. Explore easy quilting today! Choose a block and get started...
This log cabin quilt pattern has a traditional straight setting. Use 2 1/2 inch strips for quick, big blocks at 14 1/2 inches, unfinished!
Who doesn't love a Maple leaf quilt? It's a classic, traditional quilt pattern. See how to make it more modern. Free step-by-step instructions!
Pair this Christmas stocking quilt block pattern with other 12 inch Christmas blocks to make a table runner. Easy quilting for beginners!
Use strip sets to make a Christmas ornament quilt block pattern. Quickly make enough 6 inch and 12 inch ornament blocks for a bed quilt...easy!
Try this easy Christmas tree quilt block...use a 60 degree quilting ruler as a template to make 6 inch, 12 inch or other size tree blocks!
Ohio star quilt block directions using a quarter square triangle ruler. No lines to mark and very little trimming makes making a quilt faster.
The wonky log cabin block is so much fun! And oh so easy for a beginner. Some call it a crazy log cabin quilt block...
Make an orange peel quilt block variation that doubles as a faux cathedral window quilt block. Use one template - the double wedding ring.
This easy cross quilt block is presented in 6 inch and 12 inch sizes. Use it to make baby or queen size quilts.
This holy cross quilt pattern depicts a traditional Christian cross. Make the entire twin size quilt or the medallion only for a baby quilt.
The four patch quilt block is easy to piece, but the perfect center can be tricky. See step by step how to get it in this scrappy 4 patch!
The economy quilt block (aka square in a square in a square) is easy to make. See how to fussy cut an economy block center and get a cutting chart.
Fussy cut - cutting a specific area of fabric - to frame or showoff a motif. See 2 ways of fussy cutting fabric and using the squares in quilt blocks.
Corner triangles for setting blocks on point are made from squares. They are easy when the math for putting blocks on point is done for you in a handy chart!
Make a modern postage stamp quilt using 2 1/2 inch strips. This perfect jellyroll quilt pattern uses time-saving strip sets and slotted ruler.