These are links to different places on the Web pertaining to quilting blocks and how to’s. If you have any problems with any of these links, please contact me and let me know. The inclusions of these websites in this list does not imply that Maine Quilt Company supports or endorses these websites. Please read our disclaimer.
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Studio Star Quilt Block
This block is made using 2 1/2-inch jelly roll strips.
Wonky Star Quilt Block
This block is made from scrap fabric.
Wagon Wheel / Buggy Wheel Quilt Block – Maine Quilt Company provides a visual tutorial in PDF format to make a 16 inch wagon wheel or buggy wheel quilt block. http://www.mainequiltcompany.com/data/uploads/patterns/
Patchwork Square – Free Quilt Block Patterns in full color, downloadable in pdf format. A really clean, nice looking website, easy to maneuver with lots of different patchwork squares in varying sizes. http://www.patchworksquare.com/
Double Star Quilt Block – Anyone Can Quilt provides free step-by-step directions for a large double star block, complete with photos.
Simplicity Studio – free quilt block patterns and pictures for many quilt blocks.
Block of the Month from Delaware Quilts – this page includes links to a free pattern each month as well as a color index with free quilt block instructions.
Quilt Blocks Galore! Quilting with Marcia Hohn’s quilting cache.
Free Quilt and Quilt Block Patterns: Contains links to over 2,500 Free Quilt Patterns… babies, children, seasonal and holiday, applique, Sunbonnet Sue and Sam, and cross-stitching blocks added in to free quilt patterns from all over the world.
FaveQuilts – Quilts, fabric and more – links to free quilt block patterns (contains links to links, so sometimes takes a couple of clicks to get to the pattern).
How to make a Feathered Star – free detailed instructions for making this intricate star block. Molly does an excellent job with this tutorial. (Clicking the image takes you to my Facebook page for the Feathered Star Table Topper.)
How to make the LeMoyne Star – PDF file (requires Jan Krentz’s Large Fussy Cutter 45-degree Diamond ruler, but is good information overall).