Fat Quarter Fireworks Quilt Celebrate The New Season

Three Different Fabrics For Each Block.

These vintage modern quilts blocks are fun to make. Using small pieces of colorful prints, it makes a fantastic scrappy quilt, and by simply choosing three different fabrics for each block.


This quilt is bright and happy with versatile blocks that can be changed by flipping any three of the same colors around, achieving a whole different look. The quilt block itself does not contain over-sized pieces, as some larger blocks do. There are just more pieces in the block. But, the bonus is that you need to make fewer blocks for your quilt.

Bloomsberry fabric Fireworks quilt Thimble Blossoms

Firework Quilt Blocks – Hopeful Homemaker    Fabric – Liberty Of London Fabric
For beginners, practice half square triangles, and flying geese. It’s a fun and interesting block to make. Adjusting squares from 2 1/2″ to 2″ will render a smaller 12″ block, equally as fun to play with.

Lots of white make the bright colours pop, and blocks are big enough to show off fussy cuts putting your favorite prints on display. If you’ve been hoarding a fat quarter bundle, the Fireworks quilt requires 16 fat quarters. Finished blocks are bright and delicious at 16 inches. Sixteen snowballed blocks make a luscious 68″ x 68″ throw.

Fabric Liberty of London

Fireworks Quilt Finished – Hopeful Homemaker   Fabric – Liberty Of London
Have fun with Wendy Russell’s free block pattern, with inspirational ideas for mixing up the blocks and flipping the same three colors for a different result each time. Her instructions include a 16″ block as well as measurements for a 12″ block.

If you would like to make a perfect 16 block quilt, Camille Roskelley’s Thimble Blossoms ‘Fireworks’ quilt pattern is available for purchase.

A pattern for a 4 block, 19″ x 19″ mini quilt is available for purchase:-

There are also kits available for this exciting Fireworks Quilt. If sold out, please place an order.


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