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10 FREE Scrap-Busting Quilt Block Tutorials

Hello, Quilting Friends …

With my recent return to blogging, one of my TOP priorities for the blog, is to share with you all, FREE quilt blocks and tutorials that I think you will LOVE. With that in mind, today, I’m excited to share with you 10 FREE Scrap-Busting Quilt Block.

10 FREE Scrap-Busting Quilt Block Tutorials

It’s time to dig into your scrap bins to create one, or several, of these FREE blocks.

Star Value Quilt Block – from Melissa of Happy Quilting:

Star Value Quilt Block

Lone Starburst Paper Piecing Templates – from Six White Horses Patterns:

Lone Starburst Paper Piecing Templates

Inverted Star Tutorial – from Common Threads:

Inverted Star Tutorial

Blooming Star Block – from Piper’s Girls:

Blooming Star Block

Scrappy 16 – from ME (Mishka’s Playground)

Scrappy 16 quilt block

String Bean – from Pat Sloan

String Bean Quilt Block

Inside Out Pineapple Block – from I’m Feelin’ Crafty Patterns

Inside Out Pineapple Block

Heavenly Problems Quilt Block – from Erik Homemade Design Studio

Heavenly Problems Quilt Block

Summer Winds – from ME (Mishka’s Playground)

Summer Winds Quilt Block

Rainbow Flowers Mini Block – from Hope’s Quilt Designs

Rainbow Flowers Mini Block

Which block will you be making first?

If you have a FREE quilt block or quilted-related tutorial that you think my readers would like, please drop me an email and I just might include it in an upcoming blog post.

Have a wonderful Friday!
Michele

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This post was published on June 18th, 2015. Post topics: Free Projects, Web Finds.

9 Responses to “10 FREE Scrap-Busting Quilt Block Tutorials”

  1. Liz says:

    Thanks for the Scrap-Busting Ideas. I’m always looking for new scrap idea, as my scrap box multiplies like crazy around here. By the way I did the String Bean Quilt from Pat Sloan and it turned out fabulous.

  2. CarolanneB says:

    Thank you for the free block patterns. Since learning to quilt 4 mths ago, I can’t get enough of these blocks……to form more idea’s for other quilts. Thanks for sharing! :)

  3. Judith says:

    Thank you for the beautiful block patterns.

  4. Cathy says:

    These blocks are so fun and fresh!!! I can think of many ways to use them! Can’t wait to bust some of my stash!!!! Thanks Mishka!!!

  5. Judith Blinkenberg says:

    Wonderful beginner patterns are always needed and will be used before the more difficult patterns that I buy. Thank you!

  6. Nette says:

    Thank you for the freebies, I have found a series to make a Rock’n’Roll quilt, maybe 2016? This year has run away from us hasn’t it. Quilting lives!

  7. Monica says:

    I have just downloaded the Lone Starburst templates. Thanks for the tip! I think they will make a great scrap quilt. :D

  8. Emma Carpenter says:

    Thanks so much. Wish to make them all by year’s end. Hope to, anyway. They are so nice. I really adore star blocks. Thanks for sharing.

  9. June E says:

    I found your web posting by accident and really enjoyed seeing it. I did not understand how I could receive the free ten block patterns, and was surprised to see my name thanking you for your help with the pictured pattern. It is very similar to one I have taught in 1994, and will be repeating the lesson at our local quilt guild next meeting. I work it with 3 1/2″ squares. Thanks for any help you can give me. I have been quilting many years, but my computer skills are almost nil. Thanks again June

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