This is part of an ongoing series of posts for The Super Mario Brothers Quilt Along I’m hosting here on my blog. You can join in at any time! You will find the links to all steps here. Please share your makes on Instagram with #supermariobrosquilt. Also please feel free to join the Super Mario Brothers Quilt Along Flickr Group. This post reviews the Fire Flower block, which you can find in the free quilt guide that you can download here.
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Ready? It’s Fire Flower time!
When you see a Fire Flower, you always breathe a sigh of relief. Either small Mario and Luigi can grow to a large size, or if you are already large then you get the awesome power of firing out fire balls at your enemies. The ultimate in cool, or rather hot, this power helps you defeat even the toughest of Enemies, Bowser.
It’s Block #6 in our QAL and I am ready to tackle this one right along with you all. I promise that I am all caught up on my other blocks. Two of them are drying right now in fact. And I’m headed to work on the fire flower block right after I write this.
I did want to share what some of YOU are doing! I love seeing all of the new blocks pop up. This is just a smattering of the blocks that are in the flickr group.
First up are the blocks that I have posted instructions for so far. Everyone is doing their own spin on things and I love the variety yet consistency.
And then there are those of you who can’t wait and jump ahead. Or people who are making up their own completely awesome Mario pixel designs. There are mosaic tiles, pillows, and tons of other characters to get those creative juices inspiring us all.
Be sure to add your creations to the flickr group so we can all see how we are doing!