Sunflower Quilt Block | Blocks 2 Quilt

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It’s no secret that Sunflowers are my fave! So, when an audience member reached out asking if I would include one in the series, my answer was an instant YES! Let’s take a look at this weeks design, the Sunflower Quilt Block.

Sunflower Quilt Block Pattern | The Sewing Loft
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There is something about Sunflowers that instantly draws in you but in a totally casual way. They are by far, my go-to flower! I buy them in bunches and share them with friends instead of other more popular flowers.

When the girls were young, hubby and I would take them sunflower picking and it was amazing to see these flowers tower over them.

A few years ago, a local farmer planted a field of sunflowers and we passed by it just at the right time. My youngest even let me take a few photos. It was amazing!

The Sunflower quilt block is made with a simple patchwork construction. It is a beginner friendly project and perfect for scraps.

Sunflower Quilt Block Details

The Sunflower Quilt Block is available to download in two finished sizes.

  • 6″ x 6″ (15.2 x 15.2 cm)
  • 12″ x 12″ (33 x 33 cm)
Sunflower quilt block fabric pull. Design is available in 2 finished sizes by The Sewing Loft

Materials & Supplies:

Sunflower Quilt Block Pattern | The Sewing Loft

This block is super easy to make but the 6″ block does have a few smaller pieces. To help keep you on track, I put together a quick assembly video.

The Sunflower quilt pattern is available for free until September 3, 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.

PIN THIS BLOCK

This block is one of “those” blocks that you will want to make over and over again. So, don’t forget to PIN THIS to your favorite quilting board on Pinterest. This way, you can look through your pins for inspiration and remember patterns you already on hand!

The Sunflower quilt block is available in 2 finished sizes and made with a simple patchwork construction. It is a beginner friendly project and perfect for scraps.

For those quilt lovers just finding me now, be sure to check out the rest of my Blocks 2 Quilt series here. And if you decided that you love what you see, you can click here to access all of the Blocks 2 Quilt blocks.

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Comments

  1. Michaeleen says

    Thank you for such a sweet block! I love sunflowers too.

  2. Wanted to thank you so much for all the block patterns you give to us for free. I have collected almost all of them because I would like to make quilts with a variety of blocks for each individuals favorite things. You are amazing!

    • Hello Dianne,
      Thank you so much for your sweet note! I’m so glad to hear that you are enjoying my quilt block designs. Feel free to share a few photos of your finished blocks in the review section of the shop because we would all love to see what fabrics you stitched up!
      -Heather

  3. Lauren Rogers says

    thank you so much for this pattern, i will be making a lot of these blocks, for pillows and a quilt or wall hanging. i have been looking for a while for a good sunflower. thanks again

  4. Hi. Can you help me locate the tutorials for the blocks? I never can find them and I don’t see any place to click on the block.
    Thank you.
    Carol

    • Hello Carol,
      Thank you for your note. All of my patterns are located in the shop. You will need to click the button, select your pattern, and complete the check out process. From there the pattern will be sent directly to your inbox.
      -Heather

  5. Hi…great block…I went to download it this morning and saw it was only free until yesterday…the problem for me was I just received the email with the blog post on September 2nd and I was away from home until last night—-didn’t check email until this morning. I can’t figure out why this blog post is dated Aug. 21 and I didn’t get email until day before yesterday. Honest! I can reply back to you from email so you can see the date.

    • Hello Kathy, I completely understand that you were away. Luckily, I create new blocks throughout the year and share them here. So, there will be plenty of opportunities to add new blocks. I suggest that you check back often.
      -Heather

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