|BLOCKS by SIZE||16" Quilt Blocks|
Larger quilt blocks offer the incentive that there are less to make to produce your quilt. When time is limited, this size of block is your best friend. A second feature is that you can try a more difficult design as the pieces may be many, but the sizes of the patches are easy to work with. A win-win all around.
Clay's Choice II
Free Quilt Block Pattern
This quilt block is named Clay's Choice but there is at least one other block with that same name, so I this named this version as Clay's Choice II just to avoid confusion.
I took some liberties with the construction, as I saw no need for extra seams here and there. Each rectangle was originally two squares and all of the flying geese units were half square triangle patches. Why make it more difficult?
You can make your quilt go together more quickly, as this eight patch block works well as a 16" block, but I have also included instructions for smaller blocks as well.
The two sample quilts illustrated give you basic ideas of how to lay out your blocks to make your special quilt.
Another Clay's Choice