This silverware pattern will be your quintessential kitchen companion. Insert this block into a placemat, potholder, table runner, apron or any other project. It will also go well with the traditional Dresden Plate block. This block is not very difficult to make, but it is consisted of many small pieces. I would advise you not to become disillusioned by keeping track of fabric pieces that you cut in the beginning and taking breaks after making each utensil. Have fun with your color and pattern choices to make it personal and unique for you.
The size of this block is 5"x 8". You can easily reduce or enlarge the size by printing at a different scale.
The PDF includes a colored and labeled diagram, a page to plan your fabric choices, the pattern at 100% scale, and a printing chart to reduce or enlarge the pattern.
The PDF comes in standard letter size (8.5"x11"), but you should be able to print on A4 paper.
I combine my love for quilting with my passion for interior & graphic design to make my patterns one of a kind. I try to make patterns to be simplified and easy as possible, so anyone can attempt at paper piecing.
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