BLOCKS by SIZE 8" Quilt Blocks

Eight inch quilt blocks are commonly used in quilts that are made up of one block only and the parts are easily divisible by four. Also, by setting the blocks in different layouts, you can create many different new designs -- sometimes with just a simple rotation of the block. This is not to say that larger or smaller versions of the same quilt block cannot be used in your quilt. Once again, you are the designer.

Good Cheer

Free Quilt Block Pattern

The Good Cheer quilt block would be considered a block at the intermediate level simply because of the number of pieces required for its creation. However, do not shy away from this block if you are a beginner quilter. There is nothing difficult to make -- you just need more time, patience and certainly accuracy.

The Good Cheer quilt block is comprised of flying geese, squares and rectangles -- all easy units to make.

These sample quilt layouts are wonderful examples of just how different a quilt made of a single, repeated block can be, depending on how the blocks are set.

See also ~ Blackford's Beauty