|BLOCKS by SIZE||10" Quilt Blocks|
What could be easier, math-wise, than a quilt block in a 10 inch size? Surprisingly, the 10" block is not the most commonly used size, (that would be the 12" block), but there are still many quilt blocks that fit into this category and here is my list of currently available patterns.
Handy Andy - Variation
Free Quilt Block Pattern
The Handy Andy quilt block is a nice introduction to the half square triangle patch, probably the most commonly used patch in quilt blocks (after the square, of course). This block is frequently made as a 10" block because the math works out nicely. However, I have included instructions for several different sized blocks as well.
Though this block is technically a five patch, the units are sewn together in rows of three sections, as an uneven nine patch, so named as the three rows are not all the same measurements. (This is my personal preference as I find it easier to sew blocks together in "chunks" rather than in a row-by-row fashion.)
The sample quilts illustrated on the next page show how you can simply turn this easy quilt block into a really stunning quilt.