One-block quilts: anything but boring! 57 examples ahead (+ giveaway!)

You keep enjoying them, so we keep creating them—meet the 15th book in our “Big Book” series!

The Big Book of One-Block Quilts

The Big Book of One-Block Quilts makes it easy to create 57 exciting quilts that repeat a single block. Sew just one block and you’ll build the confidence you need to fly through the rest of your quilt!

Think one-block quilts sound a bit . . . boring? Not the case—look how you can switch up one-block quilts in a variety of ways:

one-block quilts

Pair your repeated blocks with plain squares, rotate blocks for a playful spin, or simply line them up row by row. And look how Kim Diehl switched the backgrounds of her star blocks from dark to light (above, bottom right)—now that’s a showstopping quilt, and it’s made with just one repeated block!

This book is packed with inspiration to last you for years to come. We wanted to find a way to give you a peek at each and every quilt in the book, so we made a little video that offers a glimpse:

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Did you watch all the way through? We’re talking LOTS of ways to love one-block quilts!

We haven’t even talked about the designers included in The Big Book of One-Block Quilts—so many stars of the quilting world:

Lady of the Lake quilt
Lady of the Lake by Country Threads’ Mary Etherington and Connie Tesene

Fresh Air quilt
Fresh Air by Pat Sloan

Churning Stars quilt
Churning Stars by Jenifer Gaston

Tangerine Summers by Cheryl Brown

Double X quilt
Double X by Jo Morton

Front Porch Blooms quilt
Front Porch Blooms by Joanna Figueroa

The Big Book of One-Block QuiltsFrom fun make-in-a-weekend designs to stunning quilts to cherish and pass on, you’ll find the perfect block to repeat in this colossal compilation of quilt patterns—order your copy of The Big Book of One-Block Quilts today and instantly download the eBook for free!

Speaking of eBooks, we have an eBook copy of The Big Book of One-Block Quilts to give away to one lucky winner today! To be automatically entered to win, tell us:

Which quilt block have you made over and over again?

Share your answer in the comments—we’ll choose a random winner one week from today and let you know by email if you win. Good luck, and happy single-block sewing!

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Thanks to all who entered the drawing! The winner is Carol, who says:

“Probably a tie between log cabin and Ohio star — both favorites of mine!”

We’ll email you about your prize, Carol—congratulations!


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