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7 FREE One-Block Quilt Patterns

Made by repeating the same quilt block over and over again, these straightforward one-block quilt patterns are simple yet stunning — and best of all, they’re all FREE!

Enjoy these free one-block quilt patterns!

Its All Black and White

Photo via Craftsy member Sew Today, Clean Tomorrow

It’s Black and White

Repeating the same block in two contrasting colors has a high impact in this modern quilt design! This intro to half-square triangles is simple enough for beginners but still interesting enough for for more advanced quilters.

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Garden Windows Photo via Craftsy member Swim, Bike, Quilt

Garden Windows

This square-in-square block design looks great when pairing prints with solids (or near solids) for a clean, defined look. Choose white for the block corners, or mix up the block backgrounds for more of a disco floor look.

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LBQs Worlds Fastest Rail Fence Photo via Craftsy member Honey, Bunny, and Doll

Rail Fence

It doesn’t get much easier or faster than this one-block quilt design! Each block is made from fabric strips of the same color, so you can maximize your yardage and get a clean, cohesive rail fence quilt.

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Disappearing 9 Patch Baby Quilt Photo via Craftsy member ReannaLily Designs

Disappearing 9-Patch With Layer Cakes

If you’ve made this style of quilt before, you know how fun it is to cut your blocks down the middle and reassemble them into a totally new design. We love how sweet and fresh these purple fabrics look together!

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Economy Quilt Photo via Craftsy member Quilt Mod

Economy Block Quilt

This simple but stunning quilt is quick to piece and a fabulous way to showcase a fabric with a stand-out print.

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Linked In Photo via Craftsy member Stacey Day Quilts

Linked In

How clever is this one-block quilt design? The free pattern will teach you how to make this interlocking block, which looks intricate but is actually simple enough for beginners.

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Offset Flying Geese Block

Photo via Craftsy member A Quilting Jewel

Offset Flying Geese

This pretty paper-piecing pattern incorporates flying geese into each block. Change up the direction of the blocks and add some fresh solids for the background, and you’ve got yourself a modern, one-block quilt!

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Thank You beautiful!


all I can say is wow, they are all very beautiful

Joyce Fridlly

Thank you.

Janet Vickers

They are lovely, thankyou, much appreciated.




Really neat and different patterns. Thanks!!


I’ve been looking for simple to make, modern designs, and these fit the bill perfectly. Thank you so much. But the Windmills at night won’t download as free, even though it is marked that way . Any helps you can give me?

Alice Oswald

The email promotion sent today provides a link to the quilting blog which says there are seven free one block quilt patterns available. I asked for Windmills at Night but the cart says $3.99. What happened to free?

jody schnaack

Thank You Very Much!


Thanks for the free patterns.


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