My Scrappy Cross Roads Block, another amazing block that quit gives us, you will definitely love making this piece, it will be perfect for you. Any work done with this beautiful block will give your piece a new touch, your customers will be amazed by the look of this wonderful piece, believe me. A block with a wonderful result that will change the look of your piece in an incredible way, believe me. If you are looking to change the look of your piece then this block might be what you need. It can seem difficult when looking at work.
This type of work always stands out and in the most diverse types of fabric and color combinations, which are things that transform the piece giving it its beauty. Blocks can often be used in conjunction with others to create beautiful pieces. This type of work is highly valued because it requires dedication and patience when making the pieces, which are always rewarded with a beautiful result that leaves everyone amazed.
In general these wonderful quilts have amazing patterns in the center that help change the look of your project leaving it with a very stylish feel. An incredible recipe that has a wonderful result that will improve your piece in an incredible way. It’s worth investing in pieces like this to compose your products for sale, you’ll love it.
My Scrappy Cross Roads Block
Tutorial/Images/Pattern: Bee In My Bonnet
This is a traditional block that I have sewn
many many times
before and shown to you here…
so I guess it’s time I did
a tutorial on it here too!
It uses up 2 1/2″ scrappy stash squares
and a solid you may have leftover from a previous project 🙂
Each block finishes at 16″ square.
It looks complicated to sew but when you use my easy corner
it becomes easy to stitch it up quickly and accurately.
This is the background fabric for my quilt.
I chose to use my favorite new solid at the moment…
It’s a Riley Blake solid 🙂
For one of my Scrappy Cross Roads block
you will need to cut 8- 4 1/2″ squares
You can easily get 8 from
one 4 1/2″ x Width of Fabric strip…
so this means 1/8th yard of fabric = 1 block…
1 yard of fabric = 8 blocks and so forth 🙂
Our Team’s Opinion About This Pattern
My Scrappy Cross Roads Block, a very colorful and stylish block to change the way your piece looks, I’m sure you’re gonna be amazed by the result of this piece, since it is very beautiful. A Block that will amaze you by its result, It is very beautiful, This amazing piece will help you giving your work a look that you’ll love, you’ll surely be amazed. This will surely make your customers want one like it, which will help you in sales!!
Want to make this amazing My Scrappy Cross Roads Block? Then set aside all your material and tools before starting your piece so that you already have everything close at hand, this way it’ll be easy to carry out this project, follow the tutorial carefully, make your piece while following the tutorial and I’ m sure that you will be able to make this amazing work easily.