This week for the Riley Blake Quilt Block challenge, we are creating an Autumn Leaf Quilt block. This block is very versatile and can be constructed in a few different ways depending on your fabric choices.
Welcome to week 3 of the Quilt Block Challenge! I hope you are enjoying sewing along and learning a few new quilting techniques along the way!
This week’s block was designed by Kristy Lea of Quiet Play. It’s a modern take on a traditional leaf quilt block.
This block can be sewn in all one fabric (like Kristy’s block below) or a variety of fabrics, like my block and the others in the blog post.
I thought the pattern reminded me a bit of a thistle so I decided to create my block from a few different blue fabrics.
How to Get the Block Pattern
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Here are my blocks, I love how this is coming together so far!
Additional Quilt Block Designs
Block by Kristy Lea of Quiet Play (on Riley Blake Designs Blog)
Version created with solid fabrics by Riley Blake Designs.
Blocks sewn from Liberty of London Quilting Cotton by Amy from Diary of a Quilter.
Autumn Leaf block sewn by Bev from Flamingo Toes
Patchwork fabric block by Bee Sew Inspired.
- January Blocks
- Block 1; Daisy Chain
- Block 2; Sweetheart
- Block 3; Autumn Leaf
- February Blocks
- Block 1; Tulip
- Block 2; Sundial
- Block 3; Scrappy Churn Dash
- March Blocks
- Block 1; On Point Hourglass
- Block 2; Garden Charm
- Block 3; Lynx
- Block 4; Wind Blown
- April Blocks
- Block 1; Pop Star
- Block 2; Argyle Square
- Block 3; Double Crossed
- May Blocks – All the May Quilt Blocks
- Block 1; Mosiac Butterfly
- Block 2; Tilt A Whirl
- Block 3; A Single Blossom
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