Flagstones

Flagstones quilt block

Flagstones

Flagstones quilt block is a gorgeous nine patch block that can actually clear out your scrap bags! A total scrapbuster… I so much enjoy making this beauty and soon an entire quilt is on the way.

Flagstones quilt block
via Joy for Grace
Cutting instructions for the Flagstones quilt block

Rotary cutting fabrics for the flagstones quilt was a piece of cake. Just dive into squares, strips, squares and strips. Simple and straightforward, ideal for a beginner quilter. In this particular block you could use scraps, especially for the nine patch parts of the block.

And always remember FINISHED SIZE means the size it will be in a completed quilt. The measurements given already have the ¼ inch allowance included.

Finished Block size

*SQ = Square/Squares

Cut 2 rectangles from dark & 1 from light fabric
Cut 2 strips from light & 1 from dark fabric
Cut 8 SQ from dark fabric
Cut 2 sq from light fabric

6 inches

1.5 x 3 inches

1.5 x 6.5 inches

1.5 inches

3.5 inches

9 inches

2.5 x 6 inches

2.5 x 10.5

2.5 inches

6.5 inches

Flagstones quilt block
via The Sewing Chick
Flagstones quilt block
via Cotton Berry Quilts
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Names of the block

Snowball and nine patch, Aunt Patsy’s pet, Aunt Patty’s favorite, Delaware flagstones, Dutch mill, Federal chain, Four and nine patch, Grandmother short’s quilt, Improved nine patch, New nine patch, New snowball, Nine and four patch, Pullman puzzle, Snowball

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Flagstones quilt block
via Canoe Ridge Creations
Block Variations

The Flagstones quilt block doesn’t have any variations, except the one that can be made, just by multiplying the units of the block. Make 5 Nine patch units and 4 Snowballs and you have a new block!

Flagstones quilt block variations
Video tutorial of the Flagstones quilt block

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