Classic & Vintage - English Ivy Quilt and FREE Quilt Block Tutorial

Classic & Vintage – English Ivy Quilt and FREE Quilt Block Tutorial

Welcome back to our Classic & Vintage Quilt Series! Today, we’re thrilled to introduce the English Ivy Quilt, an elegant and timeless quilt pattern. Named for its design reminiscent of ivy’s graceful tendrils, this is a beautiful nature-inspired quilt. Join us as we explore the charm of this pattern and share a quilt block video tutorial!

The English Ivy Quilt Pattern


Our rendition of the English Ivy Quilt Pattern offers Tablerunner, Lap, Twin, and Queen sizes best tailored to intermediate-level quilters. This pattern can also make for a delightful challenge for those seeking to elevate their quilting skills. It is made even easier with the English Ivy Quilt Kit and Backing Set, which includes the optional Triangles on a Roll helpful to make crisp half-square triangles.

We chose the enchanting Starberry collection by Corey Yoder for Moda Fabrics for our English Ivy Quilt. Featuring delightful Christmas designs and winter florals, we knew these greens would be the perfect fit.

The English Ivy Quilt Block


Prepare to be enchanted by the English Ivy Quilt Block, measuring 9.5″ x 9.5″ unfinished. This quilt block is a versatile addition to your repertoire, perfect for your English Ivy Quilt or any other project your heart desires. With Kimberly as your guide in our step-by-step video tutorial, mastering the art of this intricate block becomes effortless.

Some of our quilty friends made the Classic & Vintage English Ivy block. You can see their projects below and click on the images to see all the details!

Share with FQS

We hope you enjoy sewing using this free English Ivy Block Pattern! Please share your work using #EnglishIvyQuilt on Facebook and Instagram and tag @fatquartershop so we can see it.

Happy Quilting!


  1. I love this block! Though, I favor the single triangle at the bottom of the stem being removed, like Katy did on her fantastic blue & orange pillow. I was trying to figure out how to make that triangle into a diamond instead…

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