Sweet Heart Block | Sweet On You Mystery Quilt

All posts may contain affiliate links.

Last week’s homework was a bunch so, this week we are gonna take it easy! Actually, we are gonna back to the beginning to our Sweet Heart Block. This way everyone has time to breathe and catch up as needed.

Sweet Heart Block | 9" Free Quilt Block

We are just going to make it slightly bigger. This week we will turn our 6″ Sweet Heart block into a 9″ focal point. Let’s take a look.

Sweet Heart Block Details:

  • Block size: 9″ finished
  • Number of blocks: 1

Sweet Heart Block | 9" Free Quilt Block #SweetOnYouQAL

Supply List:

  • assorted scraps for heart centers
  • background fabric

Cutting Instructions per block:

From background fabric, cut:

  • 4 squares, 2 1/2″ (A)
  • 2 squares, 5″ (C)

From pink Cuddle ™ fabric, cut:

  • 2 rectangles, 5″ x 9 1/2″ (B)

**Cutting instructions yields 1 block.

You will need to complete the process for 1 block. Since we are spring cleaning through our stash, this is a scrap quilt, and the only fabric yardage given is for the background fabric. You can find the full schedule and material list here.

Things to remember:

Now since we have already made the Sweet Heart block, you can jump ahead and go straight stitch using these assembly instructions. Just be sure to square up block and trim down to 9 1/2″.

Don’t forget to enter to win one of these sweet Cuddle bundle packs from Shannon Fabrics in this weeks giveaway.

Enter to Win Cuddle Strip Bundle Packs.

Click here for the full schedule of the Sweet On You mystery quilt along. 

Let me show you how to look at your scraps in a whole new way by layering texture with pattern. Join me on the mystery Sweet On You quilt along adventure.

I can’t wait to see what fabrics you stitch up!

Hello! Are you new here?

Do you want to learn more about sewing? Be sure to sign up for our newsletter HERE and never miss a stitch! Daily Sewing Tips, Everyday Projects and Fantastic Inspiration delivered straight to your mailbox!

Bonus– free download with newsletter sign up.

Feel free to connect with me on FacebookPinterest, or Instagram.  I look forward to getting to know you and stitching up a storm together!


  1. Colleen Schmidt says:

    Without a save able pdf file I won’t save cute patterns and ideas like yours. I only save patterns electronically anymore, and paper print only patterns I actually make. Sorry that your cute patterns won’t be made by sewers like me that are currently in the middle of a different project and would consider yours in the near future when going through my files to start something new.

    • Thanks for your note Colleen. You can always save these types of ideas to Pinterest and find them when you are ready to get stitching.

Speak Your Mind