State Block: Tennessee

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Tennessee State Block

June 1, 1796

12″ x 12″

American Made Brand Fabrics:

White

Light Navy

Dark Tomato

Get the fabrics for this week’s blocks in one convenient fat quarter bundle! Bundle includes fabrics for all the state blocks in Week Four.

Download Paper Piecing Patterns and Templates.

  • Print 8 of pattern A.
  • Print 4 of template B or cut (1) 5 1/2″ square from white fabric, then cut diagonally twice to make 4 triangles.
  • Print 4 of template C or cut (4) 4″ squares from white fabric.

Instructions:

Complete foundation paper piecing unit A. Make 8.

Sew the two A units together adding the B triangle. It can be English paper pieced or hand pieced in place. Make 4 Star Point Units.

Join two Star Point Units together with a C square.

Add the two other C squares to one half as shown below.

Block Assembly:

Sew the two halves of the block together.

Block measures 12 1/2″ unfinished.

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Special thanks to Bonnie Browning for use of her book for reference, Vintage Quilt Blocks State by State by Bonnie K. Browning.

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Even though this is the Tennessee block, I feel it represents the USA. I love almost everything Red/White/Blue. This really caught my eye. Every man in my family has served in the military and I’m so proud of them. My home is decorated with R/W/B furniture and flags everywhere. Love for God and my country is my foundation. I have 3 large bins of patriotic fabrics and I’m looking forward to pulling them out and starting this pattern. Thank you for printing this.