Endless Road Quilt Pattern

Lake Block

Fabric Pieces Needed: 

(2) 9 1/2 inch squares of your water color

(4) 3 1/2 inch squares background

Draw a diagonal line on all of your 3 1/2 squares. Place RST on the blue fabric (pay attention to the orientation) and sew on the line. Trim a 1/4 inch seam and then press seams open. The water block can replace any two open squares found in the pattern. 

Appliqué Houses

I found these appliqué blocks and they are perfect for using on your Endless Road quilt, there are a few house options, trees, and a school bus! I did not design these blocks but they are a free PDF that I found on SuzyQuilts.com. 

It is raw edge appliqué and I used an iron on adhesive for mine and then just top stitched with a small stitch length around the edges of all the pieces.


Plus Block

Fabric pieces needed:

(4) 3 1/2 inch background squares (shown in white)

(2) 3 1/2 inch road squares (shown in black)

(1) 3 1/2 x 9 1/2 inch road rectangle

Sew the squares together with a white on each side of each black square. These will measure 3 1/2 by 9 1/2. Then sew the solid black strip (3 1/2 x 9 1/2) in the middle. Press all seams open. 

You may have some leftover pieces from the other strip sets to replace the 3 1/2 inch square sections. 

Quilt Kits

I have quilt kits available for the cover version! There are options for backing and premade binding kits as well! If you are interested in getting a custom backing or binding, please contact me over on Etsy and I will be glad to work with you!

The cover version uses Creme de la Creme as the background but as of right now it is not in stock. I substituted with the closest color match which is White Linen. 


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Longarm Quilting Discount!

If you send me your Endless Road quilt for longarm quilting you get a 15% discount! Use the code: endless20 on your order form.

Canva Template

I designed a super interactive Canva template for you to use! It has a photo grid that you can drag and drop the road blocks into and create your own designs. The first link will have all the blocks in all the different orientations, since it is a Canva doc, you need to download the photos to your computer and then upload then into Canva as images. The second link shows the empty design as well as multiple other layout options that I have designed. 

(You can scroll through the designs below.)