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I'm Michele Foster a quilt designer, author, web developer, pet dog trainer and teacher from Ottawa, Canada. I am the founder of the Quilting Gallery (http://quiltinggallery.com/) web site which I ...

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Quilters' Flowers Mini Quilt

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(7) Name: 'Quilting : Quilters' Flowers Mini Quilt
Quilters' Flowers Mini Quilt
Quilters' Flowers Mini Quilt
Quilters' Flowers Mini Quilt
Quilters' Flowers Mini Quilt

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Paper piecing
  • General quilt making techniques, i.e. piecing, binding

Pattern Description:

Quilters' Flowers is a fun, whimsical and EASY paper-pieced project that's perfect for the confident beginner as there are no seams to match. The finished mini quilt is 20" square and can be used as a wall hanging or a table topper. The mini quilt is perfect to show someone special you care for Easter, Mother's Day, birthdays or any special occasion. It's a great project for using up fabric scraps.

Please note that general instructions on how to paper piece are not included with this pattern. If you are new to paper piecing, I suggest my Paper Piecing Tutorial for Beginners booklet. A complete cutting chart for all patches and full-sized paper piecing templates are included in the pattern.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 20" square


  • Various scraps for the leaves, flowers and pieced border patches. One quarter of a fat quarter for each colour should be enough.
  • One half of a fat quarter for the background fabric.
  • One half of a fat quarter for the inner and third borders.
  • One half yard for the outer border and binding.
  • 25" square of fabric for the back.
  • 24" square of batting.

You Will Also Need:

  • General paper piecing and quilting supplies (i.e. rotary cutter, mat, sewing machine, piecing thread, foundation papers, etc.)

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