Dragonfly Quilt Block | Blocks 2 Quilt

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After the sweet response to last weeks Butterfly Beauty, I thought it would be fun to add a Dragonfly quilt block to the series. This block is perfect for summer sewing and a great compliment to other blocks within the series.

Dragonfly Quilt Block Pattern | The Sewing Loft
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Dragonflies are one of those bugs that instantly brings back childhood memories for me. From swimming and canoeing on the lake to fishing with my family, they were always a sign of summer!

Dragonfly Quilt Block

The Dragon quilt block is available in two finished sizes that measure:

  • 6″ x 6″ (15.2 x 15.2 cm)
  • 12″ x 12″ (33 x 33 cm)
Grab your scraps and stitch up a few Dragonfly quilt blocks. This patchwork block is easy to make and perfect for summer.

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Pretty fabric scraps pulled to stitch up the Dragonfly quilt block pattern by The Sewing Loft

Since Dragonflies can be found buzzing around in so many amazing colors, this block is perfect for your scrap bin! Just think about how many different combinations you can stitch up.

Overall, the Dragonfly quilt block is easy to make however, the 6″ finished block continues small pieces and might be tricky for the beginning quilters. To help keep everyone on track, I put together a quick video with a few additional tips for success.

Dragonfly Quilt Block Pattern | The Sewing Loft

The Dragonfly quilt pattern is available for free until June 25, 2020, after that it will be available for purchase in the shop. Just click the button below, add the pattern to your cart and follow the prompts for check out.

This block really offers so many possibilities. I say get playful and experiment with different colors and prints! After you have a few stitched up, be sure to share a few pictures with us. Feel free to include the hashtags #Blocks2Quilt and #TheSewingLoft on social media or include a photo with a product review.

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Grab your scraps and stitch up a few Dragonfly quilt blocks. This patchwork block is easy to make and perfect for summer.

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Comments

  1. Heather, will you ever be adding to the bird and birdhouse patterns of a little while ago?

    • Hello Jo Ann,
      Thanks a bunch for checking in. I’m happy to hear that you like those blocks. Honestly, they really make me smile too! Yes, I have a few more blocks designed around this theme and they will be released later this summer. So, keep your eyes peeled!
      -Heather

  2. Carol Raabe says

    Thank you!

  3. Yvonne Doverspike says

    Love these blocks, so fun! Nice to take our minds off the craziness of our current world

  4. what happened with the block emails this week? i had less than 2 days to download the pattern and missed the free window !! sad me.

    • Hello Kit,
      Thank you for your note. My emails are going out on the regular. Perhaps, it was captured in your spam/junk folder. It is best to keep updated with the site and check regularly for new block offerings.
      -Heather

  5. Patricia Padgette says

    Love the dragonfly pattern you just created! My concern is the amount of background space on the sides when blocks are assembled. The top & bottom have enough without interfering the dragonfly, however he wings will end up shorted due to insufficient background space when pieced together to form a quilt. Any suggestions or possible modifications? I look forward to hearing from you on the solution to this

    • Hello Patricia,
      Thank you for your note. I am happy to hear that you like the overall design. Unfortunately, my block was designed this way to maintain a square shape. You could turn the block into a rectangle and elongate the wings if you like.
      -Heather

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