A cup of coffee paper pieced quilt block

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A cup of coffee paper pieced quilt block Pattern


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Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Pattern Description:

Make this beautiful PDF quilt blocks pattern!
It can be sewn by Paper foundation , paper piecing or with freezer paper - use your favorite technique.

You'll receive the block in color version plus black white mirror version, numbered and ready for sewing plus instructions for assembling the block. Just print it and start!
There is a percentage table if you need other sizes.

This PDF quilt pattern is 6" (15,2 cm) square block .

You can use this color schema or choose another you decide.
This cute block will be a perfect for your quilt/patchwork creations - Table runners and toppers, wall hangings, totes and many items you create.
Let your imagination flying!

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • the block is 6 inches square

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 2 reviews)
scully67 on craftsy.com

Excellent great pattern  September 6, 2013

The pattern is easy to follow and came together pretty quick.

JahSinger on craftsy.com

Excellent A cup of coffee was fun!  May 5, 2013

I really enjoyed making this piece. Thank you for the pattern

About Designer

About Designer

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I am Electronic Dipl. Ing. I have taught students in the university.
The quilting is my love and passion.
I have found patchwork around ten years ago reading a magazine.
My first project was a table runner with one Marple leaf and mitered corners.
You may say there is nothing special in this block.
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