Easy quilt blocks, free quilt blocks, traditional quilt blocks, and modern quilt blocks
Scrapbuster Rail Fence Quilt Block - Piece together your scrappy quilt leftovers into an eye-catching quilt block pattern that'll make any design stand out. It can be the first step towards an amazing scrappy rail fence quilt pattern.
Split Drunkard's Path Block - Make totally different drunkard's path designs with a clever variation on the standard quilt block design from @Tracey Rampling. Combine this with a gorgeous star quilt design and make a mesmerizing pattern worthy of any quilt.
Quilt As You Go Log Cabin Block - @Rachel Hauser is applying the quilt as you go technique to make log cabin quilt block patterns with ease. If you want to make some quilt block patterns for your next log cabin quilt pattern fast, try this.
Take a new approach to how you design your cathedral window quilt blocks with this simple variation from @Rachael (imagine gnats). Pick your lushest fat quarter patterns and make your next quilt just a little bolder.
@Andie Johnson will have you crossing your charm pack quilt patterns and stitching together scrap quilting leftovers to make this beautiful block quilt pattern. You can even learn to make a variation that's just as eye-catching. Make individual quilt blocks or a whole series to make any pattern pop.
Take a look at 4 of our favorite free quilt blocks before starting your next quilt. You might find one of these quilt block patterns to have just what you were looking for. You might choose a traditional like the cathedral windows quilt pattern or the chic spring look of a variation on a Dresden plate pattern.
@Lee Heinrich wants to help your next quilt have a real star quality. Even though the layered effect looks complex, the tutorial for this star quilt pattern couldn't be easier. You can make a beautiful Christmas quilt or a bright new star quilt with this impressive-looking pattern
@Holly DeGroot has a new quilt block pattern that will make you feel like you're looking right through the eye of a kaleidoscope. Combine playful colors and geometric shapes along with a twister quilt pattern style to make a simple, but very modern looking block pattern.