Free Snowball Block Quilt Patterns
Snowball blocks are simple and fast to make. They offer an opportunity to show off a favorite fabric or large print and can provide an intricate look when paired with other blocks.
Bring the outdoors in where it's nice and toasty with an ice-capped table runner.
Coffee and Cream
Coffee-color prints provide a neutral palette for gorgeous quilting. Combining Shoo Fly and Snowball blocks adds visual interest and makes the wall hanging look more scrappy.
Brown sugar hues and a bounty of reds are sprinkled throughout a tantalizing throw featuring Snowball and Four-Patch blocks.
Color Your World
Spruce up your surroundings with a quilt that radiates fearless fun. Don't be fooled by what looks like blocks set on point. This clever design is really blocks set side by side.
Use fusible appliqué and Snowball blocks in red, gold, and green for a festive lap quilt.
Batik Baby Quilt
Spoil a new baby with an easy-to-assemble quilt in sweet sherbet colors that showcase your quilting.
Yellow and blue floral prints create a magical maze with Nine-Patch and Snowball blocks.
Mermaids, jellyfish, narwhals, and other sea creatures frolic together in this cheery baby quilt. Batiks add an underwater feel.
Snowballs and Stripes
Geometric prints in the border and star points frame the soft florals featured in the center of the Snowball units.
Sweet Snowball Throw
These big Snowball blocks go together quickly-just stitch small squares diagonally in the corners of each large square to make contrasting corner triangles.
Flannel Snowballs Wall Hanging
A cozy group of flannels star in this wall hanging. A variety of plaids and checks helps keep the eye moving across the quilt.
Rings of Color
Three-color blocks create a fun and bright wall hanging. Use scraps for a random assortment of blocks or stick with coordinating collections for a controlled look.
Richly colored prints and a simply block radiate old-world style in a wall hanging.