I had the opportunity to make a quilt block for the month-long series, Stitch Pink. My mom was a breast cancer survivor, so this cause is very near and dear to my heart. Anything that we can do to raise awareness. I am a big believer in positive thinking, and I am so addicted to any quilt block that is a plus sign. I couldn’t think of anything better when it came to making my block than to take my inspiration from my quilt in American Patchwork and Quilting’s June Issue.
All of our Stitch Pink blocks are 12″ so I improvised and made my plus signs a little different and smaller.
I used a variety of Bella Solids and an essential dot, but the options are endless!
9- 4″ units make a 12″ finished block.
Here are the instructions to make my Stitch Pink version.
If you would like to download the bigger blocks and a color option from American Patchwork and Quilting, click here.
Thanks for following along.
Share with me if you make these projects, @modalissa. I’d love to see your work.
Make sure you get your mammogram,