|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.
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