Friday, June 21, 2013

Road to Tennessee

I decided to make this block for the June edition of the Sew Pieceful Swap group.
It was a bugger to make, but only because there were a million little pieces involved.  (16 squares per block times 2 corners per square times 5 blocks = 160 pieces)  Next month I really should pick a block with bigger/less pieces!  


But the end result are these awesomely beautiful blocks.
I loved how they turned out and hope that my bee mates love them as well. 
I know I'm not supposed to have a favorite, but I think I like the pink and black one best.

Block Tutorial 
**If you are interested in joining this swap go to the flickr page and sign up.  This is a monthly swap, so jump in and out whenever you want. Sign ups start somewhere around the 20th of each month.

5 comments:

the momma said... Reply To This Comment

they ARE pretty awesome blocks! I'm not sure which is my favorite...
So ~ tell us about last night :-)

Kelly Young said... Reply To This Comment

wow! that's a LOT of pieces for a block. They are really cute though! I love the aqua and orange one!

:) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

Kymberly said... Reply To This Comment

I love the multicolored block, but the black background fabric really makes the pink jump out. The members of your swap are lucky to be receiving these.

jodi@Pleasant-Home said... Reply To This Comment

Love these!

White's said... Reply To This Comment

Love this pattern!