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This is an instructable about how to make a mario quilt block. Just the block, not an entire quilt. You may change the red squares to green if you want a Luigi block, but that is up to you.

Step 1: Cutting the squares

Cut the following amount of 2" squares for each block in your quilt: 46 red squares, 44 yellow squares, 64 squares, and 117 background squares. You dont have to stick with classic colors, you may use substitute them any way you like, try making 4 mario squares, each with different colors for an abstract look.

Step 2: Sewing

Begin sewing the squares together with a 1/4" seam to make the following single color chains: Red  1 nine piece, 1 five piece, 1 four piece, 1 two piece, 1 eight piece, 1 six piece and 2 three pieces. Brown  6 two pieces, 5 four piece, 5 three pieces, and 2 five pieces. Yellow  5 two pieces, 6 three pieces, 1 four piece and 1 seven piece. Background  3 five pieces, 7 four pieces, 10 three pieces, 1 six piece, and 11 two pieces

Step 3: More sewing

Piece the rest together following the pattern in the image.
Amazing! thank you for sharing!
what sort of fabric did you use for all this?
Whoo gonna make this <br>
&nbsp;That. Is. AWESOMENESS!
super awesome, im not so much of a quilter myselft, but after seeing this i will def have to learn.. <br /> <br /> awesome
Rockin'.Good stuff.
Awesome
how about a Mario with the fire flower.
the fire mario would be do-able if you just check out the color scheme from the old super mario bros game. I believe he was white where the red is and red where the brown is (except for the shoes)
COOL!!
OMG THIS JUST GAVE ME AN AWSOME IDEA WILL POST WHEN DONE
thanks :)
impressive, i love quilts.

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