I ran across this easy quilt block and thought it would make a great beginner-friendly tutorial. The Diamond Panes block by Nancy Cabot is similar to ones you find when doing a search but this version has fewer seams and creates a different design when sewn into a quilt. I have lots of layout suggestions at the end of the tutorial.
This classic quilt block called Memory Block goes together easily to make a beautiful quilt. It uses just half square triangles, hourglass patches, squares, and one rectangle to make a delightful block that creates a wonderful secondary design when multiple blocks are sewn together. Let's get sewing!
Let's sew together this easy block. The Georgia quilt block is a traditional design that was published in Hearth & Home, a crafting magazine, and later in Workbasket as the State of Georgia block in 1935. This block is beginner-friendly and super easy to create, making it an excellent choice for those new to quilting or looking for a quick and simple project.
Today let's piece together this scrappy version of the easy Broken Dishes quilt block. The block traditionally is completely done with scraps but looks great with only two colors - just make sure you have a lot of contrast between the colors.
As Valentine's Day is just around the corner, here's another scrappy Heart quilt block. This block is easy and goes together fast. I'm also including fabric requirements for 6", 8", 10" and 12" blocks!