50 State Quilt Block Series by Susan Davis, owner of Olde American Antiques and American Quilt Blocks

50 State Quilt Block Series by Susan Davis, owner of Olde American Antiques and American Quilt Blocks

A wealth of free paper piecing patterns!  Quilters' delight "Piece by Number"  Paper Pieced Iris Blosson and Leaves Quilt Block

A wealth of free paper piecing patterns! Quilters' delight "Piece by Number" Paper Pieced Iris Blosson and Leaves Quilt Block

The Girl Who Quilts: Scrappy Blocks Tutorial-Several other useful tutorials and tips-Love the magnetic pin bowl!

The Girl Who Quilts: Scrappy Blocks Tutorial-Several other useful tutorials and tips-Love the magnetic pin bowl!

Easy Log Cabin Tutorial by http://quiltingstories.blogspot.com/2014/08/easy-log-cabin-tutorial-block-red-pink-beige.html

Easy Log Cabin Tutorial by http://quiltingstories.blogspot.com/2014/08/easy-log-cabin-tutorial-block-red-pink-beige.html

FREE PATCHWORK ALPHABET inspired by a quilt by KATHRYN SIMEL: Piece simple patchwork letters and incorporate any initials or messages you like into your quilts! Add baby's name to a crib quilt, inspiring messages to quilts for friends, and more!

FREE PATCHWORK ALPHABET inspired by a quilt by KATHRYN SIMEL: Piece simple patchwork letters and incorporate any initials or messages you like into your quilts! Add baby's name to a crib quilt, inspiring messages to quilts for friends, and more!

There's not a better way to understand the power and importance of a community than taking part in creating one yourself. Towns and cities around the world are filled with incredibly diverse neighborhood blocks --so why don't we let the students design their own? By incorporating geometry, writing, and organizational design skills students can do just that, build their own city block. Building My Block is a project based learning -PBL- activity that asks students to design their own block…

Building My Block, A Project Based Learning Activity (PBL)

There's not a better way to understand the power and importance of a community than taking part in creating one yourself. Towns and cities around the world are filled with incredibly diverse neighborhood blocks --so why don't we let the students design their own? By incorporating geometry, writing, and organizational design skills students can do just that, build their own city block. Building My Block is a project based learning -PBL- activity that asks students to design their own block…

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