Minecraft Quilt Block 17: Title Block

Welcome to the Minecraft Title Block! To create this block I STRONGLY suggest you use fusible grid, even if you haven’t used it on the other blocks! It will help in keeping the small squares more stable.

Minecraft Title Block

To create the Minecraft Title Block you will need the following Kona solids:
Black
White
Fusible Grid

I would love to see your Title Block! Please find me on Instagram @myrainydaydesigns and share it using the hashtag #MinecraftQAL.

Minecraft Quilt Block: Ocelot

I had a request from Kelly who is using 9 of the Minecraft designs to make a quilt for her daughter’s class fundraiser; the nine blocks include the request of an Ocelot or Cheetah (the cheetah is the school mascot). I have a feeling there is going to be one happy kid at that school after the fundraiser!

I did a search for Minecraft Ocelot and Cheetah and didn’t find much for Cheetah, but found several images for Ocelot. I came up with an initial concept that I shared with both Kelly, and my son Riley. Kelly liked what I came up with and wanted to add more spots for the cheetah for school. Riley told me to remove 2 of the spots and make it an Ocelot. So with this information, you can either run with it as is and have an option for an Ocelot, or add some more spots and have a Cheetah. Either way I think he’s pretty cute, and this little guy will be turning into a pillow for my son’s bed.

Minecraft Quilt Block Ocelot

To create the Ocelot block you will need the following Kona solids:
Banana
Yarrow
Raffia
Jungle
Coffee
Espresso
White

I would love to see the progress on your blocks – find me on Instagram @myrainydaydesigns and use the hashtag #MinecraftQAL.

Minecraft Quilt Block 16: Zombie

This is the last main block of the Minecraft Quilt! Are you ready to create the Zombie block? I think he’s kind of cute, don’t you?

Minecraft Quilt Block Zombie

To create the Zombie block you will need the following Kona solids:
Laurel
Jungle
Malibu
Black

Isn’t it exciting to have the last block? I would love to see your progress – find me on Instagram @myrainydaydesigns and use the hashtag #MinecraftQAL.

Minecraft Quilt Block 15: Wolf

There’s something about the Wolf – he looks dangerous yet adorable at the same time. Like other blocks, he is primarily one color with a few other colors thrown in to give him character.

Minecraft Quilt Block Wolf

To make the Wolf block you will need the following Kona solids:
Shadow
Earth
Raffia
Black
Coffee
White

Be sure to save all your squares from previous blocks and check for any leftover squares for the new blocks!

I would love to see the progress of your blocks – find me on Instagram @myrainydaydesigns and use the hashtag #MinecraftQAL.

Minecraft Quilt Block 14: TNT

Today you get to make the TNT block! While more challenging than the other 15 main blocks, this will be good practice for the main Title Block coming up. In the TNT block you will be using 2 different sizes of squares. I urge you to try the fusible grid on this block if you haven’t been using it yet. As you can see the Cardinal squares are the standard size, and half the white blocks are standard sizes, but the center section of Black and White squares are smaller – the same size they will be in the Title Block.

Take your time and cut accurately, go slowly, and it will work out beautifully!

Minecraft Quilt Block TNT

To make the TNT Block you will need the following Kona solids:
Cardinal
White
Black

I would love to see the progress you are making on your blocks – find me on Instagram @myrainydaydesigns and use the hashtag #MinecraftQAL.

Minecraft Quilt Block 13: Steve

You can’t have a Minecraft quilt without Steve, right? My son showed me several different versions of Steve: Diamond Steve, Golden Steve, etc. But we decided to go with a classic version of Steve. Riley picked out the color for the blue eyes himself.

Minecraft Quilt Block Steve

To make the Steve block you will need the following Kona solids:
Bona
Coffee
Raffia
Earth
Malibu
White

Next up is the TNT block which is a little more challenging but still oh so fun!

I would love to see the progress on your blocks – find me on Instagram @myrainydaydesigns and use the hashtag #MinecraftQAL.