I'm a scientist by day, so I love combining this with my love of sewing by creating quilts that convey some aspect of science, yet are still beautiful to look at. Not all of my quilts are ...
I'm a scientist by day, so I love combining this with my love of sewing by creating quilts that convey some aspect of science, yet are still beautiful to look at. Not all of my quilts are science-related though--I also love fresh modern designs and bright colors.
I blog at Flying Parrot Quilts (flyingparrotquilts.com).
This impressive-looking block is a paper piecing pattern that makes a great wallhanging, or a medallion for a larger quilt. It's easier than it looks, and thanks to some clever assembly, no Y-seams are necessary!
Basic paper piecing instructions are included. However, this is a relatively complex pattern and it's best to familiarize yourself with the technique before attempting this block. Resources for learning paper piecing are available at http://flyingparrotquilts.com/resources.
You will receive:
-Thorough instructions on cutting, piecing, and assembly
-A coloring page for you to test and play with your color choices
When printing your pattern, please ensure that scaling is set to 100% in order for all pattern pieces to print correctly. Page 12 of this pattern is legal-sized (81/2"x17" paper size).
I am so sorry, but until Craftsy sorts out a way for its sellers to manage the new European Union VAT regulations, I'm forced to block non-US sales through Paypal. If you are outside the US, please visit my website, flyingparrotquilts.com, for other purchasing options!