I am a stay-at-home mother of three that is fighting cancer. I love to sew, cook, run, read, and play with my three kiddos. Our family enjoys the outdoors, hunting, and camping. In fact, my husband ...
I am a stay-at-home mother of three that is fighting cancer. I love to sew, cook, run, read, and play with my three kiddos. Our family enjoys the outdoors, hunting, and camping. In fact, my husband currently owns 3 hunting dogs (GSPs) and loves to bird hunt.View all patterns by designer (21) »
Mesa Temple Paper Piecing Pattern
Finished Size: 30" x 20" plus seam allowances
Original pattern designed for a wall hanging.
This would make a beautiful quilt, throw, or pillow (or anything you can imagine).
Plenty of room has been left at the top (sky portion of the wall hanging) so that names and dates can be embroidered (i.e. John & Susan, December 15, 2013, For Time and All Eternity)
When you purchase this pattern, you will be able to download the PDF files. The pattern is in color and has clear numbers and letters. The pattern must be printed on legal size paper (8.5" x 14"). Please select "actual size" on your print screen as well as selecting the correct size of paper when printing.
Basic paper-piecing instructions are not included as there are great print and video tutorials available on the internet (i.e. youtube, google, etc.)
This pattern is for personal use only.
Paper piecing is an intricate way of designing pieced quilts and quilt blocks that looks very impressive once complete. Paper piecing is great for using up your scrap fabric as it uses small pieces of fabric to create the finished picture!
This pattern is intended to be sewn with 100% cotton fabric.
Fabric #1 (Sky)-1/2 yard
Fabric #2 (Reflected temple & light accents on)-1/2 yard
Fabric #3 (Reflection pool)-1/3 yard
Fabric #4 (Main color of temple)-1/4 yard
Fabric #5 (Concrete Wall & Sidewalks surrounding reflection pool)-1/4 yard
Fabric #6 (Grass & Palm Fronds)-1/4 yard
Fabric #7 (Dark accents on temple & tan piece on palm tree)-fat quarter or scrap
Fabric #8 (Reflected windows)-1/8 yard or fat quarter (a little more for those who rough cut)
Fabric #9 (Windows on the temple)-1/8 yard or fat quarter (a little more for those who rough cut)
Fabric #10 (Reflected concrete wall)-1/16 yard or long scrap
Fabric #10 (Trunks of palm trees)- Fat quarter or scraps