Caffeine Chemistry - Paper Piecing

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Caffeine Chemistry - Paper Piecing Pattern


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Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Paper piecing

Pattern Description:

I made Caffeine Chemistry as part of the College Days blog hop at Whims And Fancies. It's a perfect blend of a coffee quilt pattern and a science quilt pattern. This would make a great gift for anyone who loves coffee and/or science!

I also included an extra embroidery pattern of the caffeine molecule in the pattern file.

You will find 20 free paper piecing patterns made by talented designers for this blog hop here -

Caffeine Chemistry is perfect for stand-alone projects such as a wall hanging, bag or a mug rug. It could, of course, just as easily can be incorporated into a larger quilt.

The pattern for this paper pieced quilt block is made and tested by me. It is in color and clearly numbered. A diagram is also provided in the pattern. The finished block measures 10 inch x 10 inch.

Basic instructions for paper piecing are not included in the pattern. Please visit this link to get the tutorial for paper piecing -

This pattern is for personal and non-profit use only. Please do not reproduce and resell, you can contact me for more information. Please note that the pattern is copyrighted material and all rights are reserved.

Happy Sewing!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 10 inch x 10 inch

You Will Also Need:

  • Basic quilting notions

About Designer

About Designer

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My love for creativity and science are driven by the same passion. I also love to travel and hike with my husband and my camera. Please feel free to contact me for custom patterns.

You can download more free patterns at my website @

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