Elizabeth Dackson is a passionate quilter, pattern designer and blogger. She is the author of Becoming a Confident Quilter, and a second book that will be released in the spring of 2016. Her work has ...
Elizabeth Dackson is a passionate quilter, pattern designer and blogger. She is the author of Becoming a Confident Quilter, and a second book that will be released in the spring of 2016. Her work has been featured in numerous publications, including Quilt, Quiltmaker, Fat Quarterly and more. She teaches quilting in venues across the United States, from local guilds to national events such as Sewing Summit and QuiltCon. She adores the creative outlet she's found in quilting and loves sharing it with others!View all patterns by designer (31) »
Foundation paper piecing is a great way to achieve crisp points without using templates and tends to yield more precise results than sewing with templates. And templates and I are not friends, so you won't find a single template in this new pattern!
This lattice style foundation paper pieced single block quilt pattern features a quilt that has previously been seen in a past issue of Quilty. The two paper piecing templates are included with the pattern, as well as all of the cutting information so there's zero reverse engineering involved!
You'll find a black and white line drawing of the block in the pattern that you can reproduce to your heart's content until you figure out the right fabric/color placement that makes you excited to start cutting! You'll also find detailed instructions, complete with photographs and full-color diagrams to assist you in your quilt making. Cutting and yardage information is provided for four quilt sizes: baby, lap, twin, and queen/king.
If you make something using this pattern, please do share it with me! You can share it with me on Flickr in my Flickr group or on Instagram by tagging me (@dontcallmebetsy) or using the hashtag #dontcallmebetsy.