This Charming Block Can Be Made in 4 sizes

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It’s Great in Any Color Combination!

This charming block is an intriguing variation of a Bear Paw block and can be used in so many types of projects. Instructions are provided for four block sizes making it extremely versatile.

It also lends itself well to color play. The designer, Robin Pickens, has created mockups of several color variations that can be found here. It’s fun to see how the block changes depending on color and value placements.

 Bear Cubs Round the Campfire Block Pattern

We love the tone-on-tone fabrics used by the designer. They allow the block design to predominate while adding texture and another layer of interest. You’ll find the fabric line here while supplies last.

 Bear Cubs Round the Campfire Block Pattern

Of course, other fabric styles are also great in this block. Play with color, value, and print styles when making your own.

 Bear Cubs Round the Campfire Block Pattern

Block from Corey Yoder.

 Bear Cubs Round the Campfire Block Pattern

Block from Lisa Bongean.

This is Block 53 from Moda Block Heads 3, a sampler quilt quilt-along that features blocks designed by many well-known quilters. Instructions are provided for 4″, 6″, 9″, and 12″ blocks.

Click here for the free “Bear Cubs Round the Campfire” quilt block pattern.


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