It's that time again. The month I have a simple, super beginner-friendly block that can be used to make fun, quick quilts.
24" Block Quilt Idea
I hope you have enjoyed the tutorial! If you make a block or a quilt using these instructions, I would love to see a photo! You can use the hashtag #GiantBlockTutorialSeries on Instagram or send me a photo or a link to your project. I will be pinning all of the projects to the Giant Block Tutorial Series Pinterest Board.
Just like the January and February blocks, there is a free tutorial in my shop to make a 24" or 36" version of the block. There is also a suggestion below on how to each block in a quilt.
Following these instructions will give you a 68" x 68" quilt.
How fun is this? To make this quilt you will need:
(5) 24" Quilt Blocks
(4) Partial Blocks (see below)
(2) 18" squares for the corner triangles
Cut the triangles once on the diagonal. Each square gives you (2) triangles.
You can make (9) full blocks if you are unsure how this works, but if you want to save a little time and fabric, you can make partial blocks for the (4) blocks that are cutoff on the edge of the quilt. To make the partial blocks, you just need the pieces in the image below.
36" Block Quilt Idea
If you are looking for something a little faster and easier, this is a quick way to make a generously sized 72" x 72" lap quilt.
You can download a printable PDF of all of the Giant Block Tutorials (for free) in my shop.