Prairie Flower Quilt Is The New In

Prairie Flower Quilt Easy To Follow Great Results

This sweet pattern is made up of petal blocks and corner blocks, and if you love florals and especially daisies, this is the perfect quilt to put them on display. The quilt is based off an old pattern called the Prairie Flower, with a new take using pre cuts!


The block appears difficult at first glance, yet is a great starter for beginners. Learn the simple steps to make the snowballed corner block, and how to make the super easy petal blocks. The feature quilt is made using 20 blocks so there’ll be plenty of practice for beginners, and experienced quilters will love the simplicity, you won’t want to stop making these blocks.

prairie flower quilt using charm squares

You’ll need one pack of 10 inch squares pre cut, or cut 42 from your choice of fabric, or a charm pack (5 inch squares). Plus a white solid for the background which can also be used for the center square. For this quilt Jenny from Missouri Star Quilt Co. used Maywood Studio’s Gentle Breeze. We can also see the quilt in purple using Maywood Studio’s ‘Aubergine’, just launched. The beautiful flowers ‘float’ with the addition of white strips for the sashing, however you could leave the sashing out placing blocks side by side if you choose.

Maywood Studios Charm square Quilt

Here are the fabric requirements for the Prairie Flower Quilt to make a  74″ x 89″ quilt. These beautifully crisp blocks can be used in any quilt. 3 in a row for a stunning table runner, or use as many blocks as you need.

Prairie Flower Quilt free pattern

Watch Jenny’s video for pattern instructions.


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