Easy Quilt Block Tutorial List

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As quilters it is always fun to try out different quilt blocks and I have put together an easy list of quilt block tutorials I have on my website. I’ll continue to update this list as I share other blocks.

Easy quilt block tutorials

Easy Quilt Block Tutorials

You will find different sizes of blocks, some will have directions available for several sizes but most will be for just one size. Enjoy and start clicking!

Three by Three Quilt block

Create a simple 9 patch block using just three different coordinating fabrics and a rail fence block. Be sure and check out the table toppers I have made too!
Three by Three quilt blocks tutorial

Spinning Star Block

The Spinning Star quilt block is made from a combination of quarter-square triangles, half-square triangles and squares and is one of my favorite blocks.
Spinning Star quilt block tutorial

Bright Jewel Block

You’ll be amazed at how easy it is to make this block and the tablerunner that I show.
Bright jewel strip pieced quilt block

River Espresso Ohio Star Block

The Ohio Star quilt block is very similar to the Spinning Star block and is one that you will want to learn to make!
Espresso Ohio Star Quilt block

Crossroads Quilt Block

The crossroads block is easy to make and perfect for a beginner quilter. I have had lots of quilters share the beautiful quilts they have made with this block.
Finished crossroads quilt block

Mini Birds Block

Have you ever wanted to try paper piecing? There are only 4 pieces in this block that are paper pieced. I have detailed directions and templates to help you make this. Be sure and see the cute candle mats I made.
Mini Bird quilt block paper pieced

Applique Orange String Block

String blocks are very simple to make and can be dressed up by adding applique to them. I’ll share directions on how to sew the strings together, show you how to piece the block and there is the applique flower also!
Orange string quilt block with flower applique

Bow Tied Block

The bow tied block will teach you how to easily add a small square to one corner of a block. There are all kinds of things you can create with this block depending on the fabrics you choose.
Bow Tied quilt block with four sections sewn together

Hidden Wells Block

This is a very popular blog post and the hidden wells block is fun to make. Your fabric choices make all the difference in how it looks and I have links to several quilt projects I have made with this block.
Hidden Wells batik quilt block block sections done

River Whirls

You will have so much fun making the river whirls quilt block! Do you have some 5″ charm squares that you have been wondering what to do with? Add a solid fabric or muslin and create a fast baby quilt like I did.
River Whirl quilt block

Pinwheel Block

Simple Pinwheel quilt block

Jewel Block

Jewel quilt block

Easy Quilt Block Tutorials

I’ll continue to add to this post as I have many other quilt block tutorials. If there are any quilt blocks that you would like to see tutorials on, please leave a comment and let me know.

Looking for fabric? Using coordinating fabrics makes it easy to design blocks and a quilt. You can find some great deals on fabric here also.

12 fast and easy quilt block tutorials

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  1. Katie Trunzo says:


    I have really enjoyed receiving your emails and appreciate your sharing your wealth of quilting and sewing knowledge!! Your tutorials are so easy to understand – make some that looks difficult into something that’s actually easy 😉

    You are appreciated!!

  2. Love this. It gives us a great overall look at your tutorials.

  3. Diana Nelson says:

    Love the new look you’ve created. Makes it easy to see what is there at a glance which is great for the reader. We are getting lots of cold weather and I hate it and wish spring would hurry up and get here. Tell Builder Bob that the move will be worth it and hopefully these cold winters will be far and few between.

  4. Connie. I am so glad I found your blog. I have enjoyed looking through all your amazing projects. And your instructions are so easy to follow. Am looking forward to getting your next mail. Until then I’ll be busy quilting!

  5. Margaret Magri says:

    Love your new look and wow some nice looking blocks to choose from thank you

  6. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Connie, This is another excellent addition to your blog! I spent some time yesterday looking over some of your older posts and discovered so many great projects that I would love to make! I just have to remind myself that I have to finish some of my UFO’s first. LOL. I actually finished 3 of them this month and with the quilt top I made of your excellent pattern, I hope to finish it also. I may be able to do a few new projects! Thank you so much for sharing all of your excellent designs! Have a super day!

  7. Pattie Nestor says:

    I really like this new way to your posts. I look forward to all your emails they are the high light to my day.

  8. Excellent resource to point my 4-Hers to when teaching quilting!

  9. Stephanie Woodward says:

    The new post loaded slowly for me, but I’m out in the country. Other than that is is great. Thanks for the blocks,
    Texas, near Houston.

  10. I love the new link page! So many yummy quilts to make. I’m going to need a whole ‘nother life time to make everything on my bucket list.

    1. Connie: Love your tutorials and your website. I’m fairly new to quilting (piecing), but unofficially, I’ve been piecing since the ‘80’s, just didn’t know that’s what it was called 😆. I’ve been sewing since the early 70’s and I was always looking for new craft ideas.

      Thanks for helping my skills as a quilter grow. I’m now calling myself as a member of the “Sisterhood of Quilters”. Pretty cool, huh…