29/05/2013

Quilt Block 6: Pattern and Templates

The finished block size is 30 centimetres, enjoy :)
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free quilt block pattern and template
Quilt block 6
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Quilt block 6, blank



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Possible order of assembly

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Quilt top version 1
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Quilt top version 2


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Quilt top version 3
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Quilt top version 4


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Quilt top, blocks on point, version 1
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Quilt top, blocks on point, version 2


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Quilt top, blocks on point, version 3
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Quilt top, blocks on point, version 4


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Template for English
paper piecing
(print this page twice)
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Template for EPP
(print this page once)

free quilt block pattern and template
Templates for cutting fabric
with 5mm seam allowance


6 comments:

  1. Wow, this is such a pretty design :) I'm really enjoying this series, I love how you show the blocks and then all kinds of different ways they can be used! It's really neat ;)

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    1. Thank you so much, your kind words are making me blush lol
      There are more blocks to come, so stay tuned... ;)

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  2. am absolutely loving these quilts. thank-you so much.

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    1. You're welcome, thank you for your kind words :)

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  3. Ok so I am new to this on the paper piecing c d & A1&A@2 do you cut the components out then piece? Thanks

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    1. Hi Amy,

      Sorry for being so ridiculously late with my reply (technical troubles...), you've probably already found out how it works, but what you do is cut out the pattern into separate pieces. You then use these pieces to cut out your fabric WITH seam allowances. After that the paper pieces are placed on top of the wrong side of the fabric, the seam allowances are folded over and secured by either basting with thread or a special glue. Finally the fabric covered pieces are sewn together with (usually) a whip stitch.
      I realise it's hard to understand from just a description, if you search for English paper piecing on Youtube you'll find loads of great information, which explains it much better than I ever could :)

      Good luck with English paper piecing, I hope you'll enjoy it!
      Kindest regards,
      C.J.

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