Use The Same Blocks or Mix Them Up
These adorable quilt blocks are great to express yourself through color design and fabric choices. These sweet picture blocks provide endless possibilities for your most creative quilting.
Quilt blocks can be incorporated into any project, to put a favorite on display, or personalize a gift! Make a couple of baby quilts, or mug rugs. They are super cute on a tote. Make a bird block, sewing machine, or a sweet house.
The delightful blocks pieced by The Patchsmith are so inspiring. Blocks are traditionally pieced, not paper pieced and can made from scraps. They’re fast and fun and totally scrappylicious, you won’t stop at one.
The picture blocks are easy using a little spray starch on smaller pieces, and press carefully for better squaring up. The results are delightful!
Carried Away Quilting
This beautiful block, by Taunja Kelvington of Carried Away Quilting
, a pretty flower with the center surprise. Blocks can be repeated to make a quilt, or combine different ones to make a sampler quilt. A single picture makes a mini quilt to display on the wall.
The quilt block patterns are just some found in Lori Holts book Spelling Bee which includes instructions for 100 letter, number, punctuation and
picture blocks in 6″ and 12″ sizes, plus 18 quilt projects. Number and letter blocks are pieced, not appliqued.