Quilt Back with a block In our free Quilt Block Patterns library (skip straight to the blocks) you’ll find step-by-step illustrated directions for cutting and piecing your favorite patchwork block. Not just images, but pictures of the actual block during construction. And pressing directions, too, because they’re important.

Quilt Back with a block

Quilt Back with a block
Quilt Back with a block

For the beginning quilter, there are loads of pictures each step of the way and helpful tips for making more accurate blocks. If you’ve been quilting awhile, the cutting instructions, technique advice and any downloads may be all you need.

Speaking of this block you can see that it looks like the letter T which is actually pretty cool because we already have blocks that look like the letters X, O and even P. This block is not simply a block, it is actually the standard, which by the way can also be made for several of your projects.

What are Quilt Blocks?

Speaking of this block you can see that it looks like the letter T which is actually pretty cool because we already have blocks that look like the letters X, O and even P. This block is not simply a block, it is actually the standard, which by the way can also be made for several of your projects.

Benefits of Quilt Blocks

  • Quilt Blocks can all be the same, creating a pattern of those repeating blocks, often separated with “sashing strips”.
  • Quilt Blocks can all be different. These quilts are often called “Sampler Quilts”.
  • Making the same block repeatedly helps the maker to learn the pattern.
  • Making different blocks for one quilt allows the maker to learn many different blocks and/or techniques.

Supplies and Tools – Quilt Blocks

Basic sewing supplies for either hand or machine piecing are used:

  1. Fabric
  2. Needles and Thread
  3. Patterns and/or Templates
  4. Sewing Machine for machine piecing
  5. Rotary Cutter, Mat and Rulers are used for cutting fabric pieces but today’s quiltmaker. Scissor cutting is much less common today.
What I Wished I Knew When I Started – Quilt Blocks
  • Making Quilt Blocks is addictive and fun!
  • Most pieced blocks have a mathematical base and it’s all geometry.
  • Many simple geometric shapes can be used to create either simple or complex pieced pattens.

We hope you have enjoyed this beautiful work and can then do the same in the colors you like best. To access the pattern we recommend the blog link wombatquilts.com.  If for some reason you can’t access the real link to the pattern, use the button below.

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