My favorite time of the year is approaching fast---Back to school! The next #QuiltBlockMania series will get you in the mood!
As a teacher, I loved the fresh start to a school year. New students, new supplies, and new opportunities to share my knowledge.
As a student, getting ready for school with new supplies was exciting! My favorite thing to shop for was crayons. I loved all the colors and choices.
So it was easy to create this fun foundation paper piecing block focusing on my favorite medium in grade school.
If you are new to foundation paper piecing, be sure to join my Linda B Creative Facebook Group where I will be giving a demonstration of foundation paper piecing.
Be sure to check out all the other quilt pattern designers who have created a great Back to School block for #QuiltBlockMania
Crayons by Slice of Pi Quilts
Lockers by Powered by Quilting
Math Problem by Pretty Piney
Chalk Board by Inquiring Quilter
Stack of Books by Carolina Moore
Pointy Pencil Block by Sew Brainy
Geometry by Duck Creek Mountain Quilting
Pencils by Quilting Room with Mel
School Bus by Orange Blossom QuiltBook with Animal by Seams to be Sew
Stack of Textbooks by Quilted Diary
Shades of the Sun by Charisma Horton
Basketball by Devoted Quilter
Apples by Perkins Dry Goods
Box of Crayons by ScrapDash
Apple with leaf by Blockofthemodotcom
Crayons by Off the Wall Quilt
School Time Schoolhouse by Quilt Moments
School House by Utah Quilt Appraiser
Pencil by True Blue Quilts
Owl by The Whimsical Workshop
Calculator by Quilt Fabrication
Crayons by Linda B Creative
Applique Computer by DooHikey Designs
Modern Apple by Cotton Street Commons
Glue by Quilting Mod
School Girls Puzzle by Sew on the Go
Snack by Quiltfox Design
Backpack by Oh Kaye Quilting
Math Signs by Patti's Patchwork
Bookworm by Appliques Quilts and More
Backpack by Tacy Gray
Schoolhouse by From my Carolina Home
Girl's Favorite by Blue Bear Quilts
Origami Paper Plane by Amara Creacions
Show up and Shine! by SewJoy Creations
School House with Children by Aunte Ms Quilts
I believe that my love of color began at an early age! Now instead of crayons, it has evolve into fabrics. Can anyone else relate?