Today the final quilt block pattern from the 2022 Riley Blake Quilt Block Challenge. was released! Now all 16 free quilt block patterns are available.
The fabrics I’m using for this project are prints from Liberty of London quilter’s cottons from the Flower Show Midsummer and Midnight Garden collections mixed with Riley Blake’s Confetti Cotton solids. I’m using Confetti Cloud as for the white background.
Quilt Block Patterns
Block #15 is called Tilt-a-Whirl designed by Cindy Cloward. You can find the free printable pattern for the Tilt-a-Whirl block here.
Block #16 is called Single Blossom designed by Geri Robinson. You can find the free printable pattern for the Single Blossom pattern here.
Here are all 16of my finished Quilt Block Challenge blocks. You can find the printable block instructions for each of the 16 blocks here.
If you’re looking for all of the block patterns, fabric requirements and other information for the 2022 Quilt Block Challenge click here.
The finished quilt layout + instructions will be released next Tuesday, May 24.
If you’ve missed my earlier blocks you can see January’s blocks 1-3 here and the first block of February (Block #4) here, Blocks 5-6 here, Blocks 7 & 8 here, Blocks 9 & 10 here, Blocks 11-13 here, and Block 14 here.
Also on my Sewing Table
Also on my sewing table this week: this stack of red and blue squares. It’s the end of the school year and I’m frantically sewing a quilt for a teacher who has made a big difference for our son that is graduating from high school this year.
Fortunately, 2020-Amy-Smart did me a big favor and cut lots of extra blocks the last time I made a plaid flannel quilt. When I went to pull fabrics I was hugely grateful to my past self that those squares were all ready to lay out and sew.
Especially since this quilt is getting made on a tight deadline! I got it off to the quilter last week, hoping to have it ready to present at an event next week. Wish me luck!
What a lovely gift for your child’s teacher! When I retired from teaching eight years ago, my class made a quilt for me which I treasure. One great teacher can make all the difference in a child’s life.
Agreed. This teacher has changed my son’s life and helped him find a path he is passionate about. So grateful!
Amy I love how your blocks came out this year using the liberty floral and the solids. You inspired me to begin collecting the liberty florals so soon I will begin putting them to use. Looking forward to seeing the fi ishing instructions next week for this beautiful quilt. ☮💖