This fascinating and ancient endless knot pattern is known by several names, including Infinity Knot and Buddhist knot. Imagine it as a central medallion in a wall-hanging or a table runner. Sew an Eternity Knot quilt block in pale, delicate fabrics for a beautifully symbolic ring-bearer pillow. Or how about on a tote bag for your yoga mat to take to class in style?
The Eternity Knot quilt block pattern contains clearly labeled paper piecing pattern sections & instructions to sew the design in a range of sizes. As given, the pattern pieces make a 6 inch (15.2 cm) block; for other sizes, use the resizing chart to enlarge/reduce the pattern to your desired block size. A coloring page is provided for planning out your colors before cutting into your precious fabrics.
Despite its apparent complexity, the Eternity Knot is not difficult to sew. It does, however, require some care and concentration in color placement and to assemble the units correctly. Therefore, it's not recommended as a first project for paper piecing newbies, although advanced beginners should have no trouble.
The pattern doesn't contain basic paper piecing (also known as foundation piecing) instructions, however you can find my free paper piecing tutorial for beginners in my Craftsy shop http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/quilting/other/paper-piecing---beginners-tutorial/77454
Purchase of the Eternity Knot quilt block pattern permits you to sell items you sew yourself from the pattern (no mass production permitted). Please mention Piece By Number as the pattern designer.
Eternity Knot quilt pattern and all included graphics and text are copyrighted by Piece By Number and may not be copied, reproduced or redistributed in whole or in part without prior permission.
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