Greek Cross

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Greek Cross

The Greek Cross quilt block has to be one of the perfect blocks to learn to quilt. It just cannot be any easier. Just half square triangles and a bit of strip piecing.

Making a scrappy Greek cross quilt could be a real challenge. I might try it!

greek cross quilt block
via Needles and Lemons
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greek cross quilt
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CUTTING INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE GREEK CROSS QUILT BLOCK

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 SQ from dark & white/light fabric
cut 1 strip from dark & white/light fabric
cut 1 sq from dark fabric

6 inches

2-7/8 inches

1.5 x 10.5 inches

2.5 inches

9 inches

3-7/8 inches

2 x 15 inches

3.5 inches

12 inches

4-7/8 inches

2.5 x 20 inches

4.5 inches

Scrappy greek cross quilt
via A quilter’s table
Block Variations

The Greek cross has the exact same variations as the Churn Dash. So click on the Churn Dash quilt block to find out more.

greek cross quilt
via Auntie’s Quaint Quilts
Video tutorial of the Greek Cross quilt block

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