Zinnia Flowers Quilt Block

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Summer here in the south is in full swing and thanks to my little backyard bee friends my flower garden is growing strong! To celebrate, I’m sharing the Zinnia Flowers quilt block.

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Add a splash of color to your next quilt with the Zinnia Flowers Quilt Block. Pattern includes 2 sizes. The Sewing Loft

In our family garden we have a variety of flowers including daisies, cone and the colorful zinnias. They tend to grow beyond tall and seem to be a favorite of the local bumble bees.

Zinnia Flowers Quilt Block Details

The finished zinnia flowers block is available in two different sizes that measure:

  • 6″ x 6″ (15.2 x 15.2 cm)
  • 12″ x 12″ (33 x 33 cm)
Add a splash of color to your next quilt with the Zinnia Flowers Quilt Block. Pattern includes 2 sizes. Block designed by The Sewing Loft

Material & Tool Supply List:

Head to your fabric stash, pull an assortment of your favorite colors and stitch up the Zinnia Flowers Quilt Block by The Sewing Loft

Since I wanted this block to be fun and playful, I pulled a colorful assortment of scraps from my stash. Each one of these fabrics has been used in previous projects on the blog but never together.

Add a splash of color to your next quilt with the Zinnia Flowers Quilt Block. Pattern includes 2 sizes. Block designed by The Sewing Loft

This week you can add the Zinnia Flowers quilt block pattern to your library for free after that, it will be available for sale in the shop.

This block can really be made in any color story you can dream up and I can’t wait to see. 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.

Head to your fabric stash, pull an assortment of your favorite colors and stitch up the Zinnia Flowers Quilt Block by The Sewing Loft

For anyone just joining the fun, the Zinnia Flower block is part of the Blocks 2 Quilt series. During the series, I share a new block each week t help sharpen your skills while building your block library. I suggest signing up for the newsletter so you never miss a block. Click here to see all previous blocks.

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Comments

  1. Kathie L says

    I’m loving your two direction quilt blocks. Sometimes I want a rectagonal block, and just making one side of this block works great.

    • Hello Kathie,
      Thank you for your sweet note! It’s so nice to hear how others are using my blocks. Truth told, I actually designed them with this in mind. It’s just helpful in my world of quilting.
      -Heather

  2. Never mind! I tried one more way and got it!

  3. Another fabulous block! thank you!

  4. Mary Wilde says

    Unable to download zinnia pattern …….have tried multiple times.

    • Hello Mary,
      I am sorry to hear that you are having trouble. I have checked on the backend and we are not experiencing any issues. I suggest trying from a desktop instead of a mobile device and perhaps trying a different browser. Fingers crossed you have better luck.
      -Heather

  5. Margaret Kane says

    I couldn’t find out where I could download this pattern (free). I like it and would love to have it printed out. Thank you!

    • Hello Margaret,
      You just need to click the “Add to Cart” button. It will take you straight to the shop where you will find the Zinnia Flowers block. Then add it to your cart for free this week and check out. The pattern will instantly be emailed to your mailbox. It’s that easy.
      -Heather

  6. Heather, this is adorable, and so simple! For a little wall hanging I’d set th3 flowers all in a row with florals inside and out of the flower, possible with stripe or wavy fabric the petals. So many possibilities, for our gardening family and friends! Thank you! When I get something finished 😁🙄 I’ll post to IG.

    • Thanks so much for the note Marty! There really are so many options with this series and I’d love to see a few pictures when you get it all stitched up.
      -Heather

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