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Flip Flopped Free Quilt Block Pattern

It’s week twelve of the Riley Blake Quilt Block challenge! This week, I’m sharing a free quilt block pattern for a 10″ finished block designed by Sandy Gervais called Flip Flopped.

green and blue quilt block on white cutting mat

I mentioned earlier that I’m playing catch-up this week with my block challenge blocks. This is the second of two free quilt block patterns I have for you this week.

It’s week twelve of the quilt block challenge. There are only four blocks left!

April is different than the previous months in the challenge in that four blocks are shared this month; the last week of the month is NOT catch-up week!

There will be three blocks, and the finishing instructions will be shared in May, along with the final quilt reveal.

About the Block

Sandy Gervais designed this week’s block. She’s a long-time Riley Blake fabric designer who writes clever and beautiful quilt patterns.

green and blue quilt block on white cutting mat

The block is much simpler to construct than you may think when you first see it.

I chose to fussy cut portions of my block, so I had to pay attention to the direction my fabric faced as I constructed my quilt blocks. If you’re using non-directional fabrics, then your block will be even easier to construct!

Like the previous week’s blocks, I made my quilt block from fabrics from my Tulip Cottage collections.

green and blue quilt block on white cutting mat

How to Get the Block Pattern

Simply fill out the form below, and we will email you a copy of the block pattern. If you prefer, you can also get the blocks directly from Riley Blake.

Additional Fabric Selections

I love to see the fabrics with which everyone chooses to create their blocks! Riley Blake is sewing theirs using solid fabrics. I love the bright colors they chose for this one.

orange and yellow quilt block on white table with sewing notions

Sandy Gervais created her block from red fabrics.

All of the Free Quilt Block Patterns in the Challenge

Here are all the blocks that have been shared in the challenge. You can start to see the quilt coming together at this point in the quilt!

several colorful quilt blocks scattered on white table

Are you sewing along? Is it helpful to see the different ideas for the same block pattern? Let me know in the comments section.

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