Are you a quilter looking for a sweet and simple block pattern with a unique twist? Look no further than the Cross Stitch block! This delightful design combines classic piecing with charming cross-stitched X’s, adding a touch of personality and dimension to your quilts.
What makes this block so special?
- Easy to make: The Cross Stitch block is perfect for quilters of all skill levels. The piecing is straightforward, and the cross-stitching adds a fun and accessible embellishment.
- Endless possibilities: Play with fabric colors to create endless variations of this block. You can go for a monochromatic look, a rainbow explosion, or anything in between!
- Versatile design: The Cross Stitch block can be used in a variety of projects, from throws and wall hangings to pillows and bags. It’s also a great block for scrap quilts, as the small pieces allow you to use up your fabric stash.
Ready to get stitching?
I’m thrilled to share that the “Cross My Heart” block pattern is completely free! Just click the link below to download the PDF with detailed instructions, diagrams, and material list.
You can find the free quilt block here!
I can’t wait to see what you create! The theme for this month’s Quilt Block Mania is Maker! You can find the other quilt blocks here:
Gear Quilt Block by Carolina Moore
Hammer by Patchwork Breeze
Canning Jars by Crafty Staci
Rotary Cutter by Katie Mae
Cricut Maker by Appliques Quilts and More
Spool and Bobbins by Inquiring Quilter
Music Maker by Scrapdash
Variegated Thread by EvaPaige Quilt Designs
Pretty Spools by Sew Worthy Mama
Pottery by Inflorescence Designs
Quilt Maker by QuiltFabrication
Maker block by Patti’s Patchwork
Heart Hand by Brown Bird Designs
Quilting Bear by Colette Belt Designs
My Favorite Things by Robin Kinley Designs, Etc.
Cross Stitch Block by Slightly Biased Quilts
Paint Palette by Tourmaline & Thyme Quilts
Sewing Friends by Epida Studio
Make My Mark by Cristy Fincher
I Love to Make quilt block by Victoria Peat
Rainbow Glimmers by Craftapalooza Designs
Sweetgrass Basket by Emerald Falls Quilts
Maker Block: Sewing Machine by Oh Kaye Quilting
Pincushion by Flowerdog+Co
Painters Tools FPP by Amanda Harris
P.S. Be sure to share your finished disco ball blocks with me on social media using the hashtag #crossstitchquilt. I can’t wait to see your creations!