Watering Can Quilt |Blocks 2 Quilt

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Oh, how my garden grows!! Over the past few weeks, I have been spending more time tending to my yard, planting, trimming, mulching, and more. That’s when I realized that watering is SO important. To help, I made a cute Watering Can quilt block.

Watering Can Quilt Block Pattern | The Sewing Loft
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Each year, I dream of enjoying my planted pots thrive all summer long, yet it never fails, they seem to dwindle and fade. To be fair, my outdoor space is full sun and I could be better at watering them. (Goals!)

Watering Can Quilt Block

The Watering Can 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)
Turn your scraps into something fun with this easy to make patchwork quilt block. The Watering Can quilt block is available in 2 sizes and requires no special tools or templates.

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Turn your scraps into something fun with this easy to make patchwork quilt block. The Watering Can quilt block is available in 2 sizes and requires no special tools or templates.

After stitching my sample, it occurred to me that this little design would be a perfect partner for a few others in my quilt library. From birds to bees and plenty of flowers, these all look super cute together!

Spring Themed Quilt Blocks by The Sewing Loft

These blocks are all part of my #Blocks2Quilt series and for those of you just finding me now, you can catch up with my All-Access Quilt Pass found here.

Turn your scraps into something fun with this colorful, easy to make Watering Can quilt block. From The Sewing Loft. Easy to make and available in 2 sizes.

For a limited time, you can download the Watering Can quilt block pattern for free, after that it will be available for purchase in the shop. Just click the button below, add the block to your cart and follow the prompts for check out.

I can’t wait to see what prints and colors you stitch your new block in. Please be sure to share a few pictures of your finished blocks using the hashtags #Blocks2Quilt and #TheSewingLoft when posting so we can all see.

Pinnable Watering Can Quilt

Don’t forget to pin this to your favorite quilting board! This way, the next time you are searching for the perfect block, you will have them all in one place.

Turn your scraps into something fun with this colorful, easy to make Watering Can quilt block. From The Sewing Loft. Easy to make and available in 2 sizes.

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Comments

  1. Linda Gagliano says

    Thank you for the block. I signed up for your newsletter. and I enjoy your blog.

    • Thank you for your sweet note, Linda. It is always so nice to hear that others are enjoying my designs. Please share a few photos of your blocks when finished so we can all see what fabrics you stitched up.
      -Heather

  2. Jo Ann Bergdoll says

    Hi Heather, are you going to post a Blocks 2 new block to accompany the Bird House and Bird patterns soon?

  3. So fun! I kill plants but somehow I’ve kept one indoor plant alive no matter how long I forget between waterings. Lol! 😀 Love this quilt block, thank you for another beautiful design…you are so sweet to your readers!!

    • Oh, you are not alone Rachel!! I’m better with the indoor plants and am gonna do my best with my outdoor pots. Fingers crossed.
      -Heather

  4. Catherine B Lindsey says

    I just purchased 5 of your quilt patterns, thinking the Watering Can was a free one,,,It did not arrive in my download please explain as to why,,,It was in my shopping cart!!!!

    • Hello Catherine, It looks like you checked out the Watering Can block separately. I have hit the resend button and it should be in your inbox.
      Be sure to share a few pictures of your finished blocks so we can all see what fabrics you stitched up!
      -Heather

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