This 4-patch block, the sixth in the series means you're halfway done with this great quilt top! Read More
Complete the fourth 4-patch block to attach to the bottom Block #1 (January's BOM).
Complete the third 4-patch block to attach to the right side of Block #2 (February's BOM).
Complete the second 4-patch block to attach to the right side of Block #1 (January's BOM). Read More
Made with Michael Miller's fun and fresh fabrics our 2013 Block of the Month sampler quilt is Marinda Stewart's quilt "Pick Up Sticks". Each block is made of a 4-patch of 7" squares... Read More
The final steps to completing your American Spirit Quilt! Read More
This is the final and last block you'd need to complete the American Spirit Quilt. Woo hoo! Instructions on how to finish the quilt to come. Read More
These colorful stripes make up 3 blocks in the American Spirit Quilt. Fun! Read More
Look familiar? That's right. It's in our logo. Learn how to make the Fairfield Star with this block tutorial! Read More
These fun squares come together quickly and add a whimsical element to the quilt! Read More
These numerous stars are found all over the American Spirit Sampler quilt. They are a cinch to make! Read More
Cutting up the fabric to make a log cabin is pretty straightforward -- it's just strips of equal widths pieced together. In this tutorial, learn to manipulate the strips to create two different outcomes. Read More
For those of you who inquired about the LeMoyne Star, here it is! You will make one LeMoyne Star block to complete your American Spirit quilt. Read More
This colorful block is made using the strip piecing method making it much easier that it looks. Enjoy! Read More
Half square triangles form this deceptively simple yet beautiful block. No template required! Read More
Strip-piecing techniques make this block quick and easy to complete.
You'll make five of these blocks in two color ways (as shown) to complete the 2012 American Spirit Sampler. Read More
Stars and Stripes are the theme for our 2012 Block of the Month sampler quilt. Over the next 12 months you will make small and large quilt blocks to create this beautiful collage of colorful blocks. Here is the... Read More
Fairfield's World Block of the month is finished with sashing and cornerstones.
This block uses the same pieced curves as found in Drunkards Path quilts. The simple arrangement gives the illusion of the Earth floating in space. Finishing instructions for the entire quilt are included in this pattern.
Opposites attract with this fun Fish block for November. Imagine the possibilities you can create with the colors and textures in your fabric. Read More
Pine Trees block is based on traditional Flying Geese, a versatile and simple triangle-based pattern. A fused applique butterfly flutters amongst the tree bow for added interest.
Leaves and Palms is a stylized interpretation of two favorite botanical motifs. The design marries classic appliqué for the leaf motifs with... Read More
A fusible applique quilt block using batik fabrics with decorative threadwork.
Bamboo plants are a fascinating study of contrast. Thick knobby stalks form a strong skeleton for the slender stems and wafer thin leaves that blow gently in the breeze. It's hard to belive that such a hardy looking... Read More
Serene Valley is the next best thing to a quiet and restful vacation by the lake. So simple to make you can put it together before grabbing a book and heading for a lounge chair with a tall glass of iced tea.
Cheerful flowers and a regal butterfly are the features of our May block. This pattern uses an easy fusible applique technique embellished with embroidery for spectacular life-like detail.
April's block of the month Ocean Waves will teach you to make triangles. It's a great technique that can be made into an entire quilt.
The Turtle is a great way to practice pieced curves. Before beginning The Turtle pattern, print the Read More
Make this block using foundation piecing and machine applique techniques. Before beginning The Sunburst pattern, print the Read More
These instructions will show you how to finish the 2010 Designer Block of the Month Quilt: Hot and Cold.
Laura Wasilowski's block "Poppies" was created using Laura's unique hand-dyed fabrics. Poppies is a whimsical and easy to make block. For more information about Laura Wasilowski you can visit her website
This block will satisfy your sweet tooth without the calories.
This beautiful mosaic rose block is done using a technique that you can apply to... Read More
The design for Karen Eckmeier’s block of the month combines elements from her “Lucky Lizards” pattern series and a brand new pattern... Read More
Super Stars designed by Eileen Sullivan. Experienced paper piecing fans will love putting together this fabulous block. Instructions assume that you are familiar with the technique. Eileen has been... Read More
Watering Can Garden designed by Deanne Eisenman. This sweet block uses simple piecing and appliqué techniques. Deanne of Snuggles Quilts has been designing and making her own quilts for 14 years. Anything from... Read More