Valentine’s Day is on the horizon so I thought I’d share my favourite quilt patterns featuring heart blocks (plus a some Xs and Os). These are all patterns I’ve actually tried, so I can fully vouch for them. (Well, two are my own patterns, but those I’ve sewn several times over!)  Here is the hugs and kisses block I made using my Blackletter Alphabet Quilt Pattern – these are from the lowercase set, but if you get the upper and lowercase bundle you’ll have lots of options for spelling out messages of love.

heart shaped quilted potholder

Next up is a heart block that comes together pretty quickly. The cushions below I made using individual blocks from Megan Collins’ Love and Stitches heart pattern, which is actually a complete quilt pattern that comes in six sizes, from Baby all the way up to King. The blocks were so fun to make I am sure I will make a full quilt of them some day. Fabrics pictured here are a mix of Ruby Star Society (the background) and Lizzy House (blue heart) and Cotton and Steel (pink heart).

You may have seen the I Heart You quilt in various quilt alongs over the years. I love this pattern by Pen + Paper Patterns and below is my version, using a mix of mostly “classic” Ruby Star Society prints and Kona solids for the hearts, with a blue floral by Sharon Holland (Art Gallery Fabrics) as the background. The edge-to-edge long arm quilting on this beauty is by Spooled Rotten Quilts. (If you’re in Ontario, I can’t recommend Sarah enough!)

Finally, if you’re looking for a small mini quilt project, I turned my Planting Seeds block into this little wall hanging last year. You could easily turn one block into a drawstring bag or tea cozy as a teacher gift. This was all made using scraps, with the exception of the binding which is a Liberty of London quilting cotton (The Cottage Garden – Morning Dew).

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Heart Quilt Patterns

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