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8 FREE Paper Piecing Patterns Picked for You!

How much fun is paper piecing to a quilter? It is a wonderful time to play, and with this technique, you get perfection every time. Ready to give it a try? Here are eight FREE paper piecing patterns you’ll love. Download one or download them all. They’re all instantly downloadable and completely free, so there’s nothing stopping you from giving paper piecing a try today! 

Log Cabin Heart -- A Free Paper Piecing Pattern on Craftsy

Log Cabin Heart block via Craftsy member Sewhooked

1. Log Cabin Heart

First up is a log cabin heart block. This 5″ free paper-pieced heart can be made out of scraps and assembled into a lovely bed or table runner in no time.

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Paper pieced sewing machine

Classic Sewing Machine pattern via Craftsy member Sewhooked

2. Classic Sewing Machine

Every quilter needs two of these, one in her sewing room and one in her friend’s! The sewing machine pattern is one you can use anywhere there is a sewer or quilter in the house. Great for a simple wall hanging or table topper. Fun to turn into a pillow or even feature on a quilted bag as you head to your next quilt guild meeting.

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Bluebird Paper pieced pattern

Bluebird pattern via Craftsy member Liljabs

3. Bluebird

This sweet little bluebird will brighten any quilt! This bird is so realistic in its dimensions and  shape. But you could certainly have some fun and use polka dots and stripes and create quite a wild looking bird, too! Measuring in as a 10″ block, it would be great as a center for a wall hanging.

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Tulips paper pieced

Twinkling Tulip pattern via Craftsy member AQuiltingJewel

4. Twinkling Tulip

This tulip is where you can see the true beauty of precision paper piecing. The block is actually four small 5″ blocks sewn together to create a stunning 10″ block. This made into a quilt would be a definite eye stopper.

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Cupcake paper pieced

Cupcake pattern via Craftsy member Bubblestitch

5. Cupcake

Nothing says yummy like a cupcake! While this one may not be edible, it is scrumptious looking enough to eat. With patterns to make the cupcake and banner either 8″, 10″ or 12″ this one is a must to do! Who wouldn’t love a row of these on a valence in a child’s room, or at the bottom of their bed in a runner?

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Mug with heart paper pieced

Mug o’ Love pattern via Craftsy member Sewhooked

6. Mug o’ Love

I just love those quilts with all different colored mugs all over them! This one even takes it a bit further by putting a heart in the middle. How much fun is that to create a bunch of these 5″ mug blocks using a rainbow of colors? Take it one step further and get together with your quilting friends, turn them into mug rugs, and each make one for the other person, or make a bunch to give away!

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Mini Trajectory pattern via Craftsy member Simply Cotton

7. Mini Trajectory

This small 3″ triangle block can be twisted and turned in a quilt to create a very visually effective piece of art. Definitely a modern look that is all the rage in quilting now!

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person with umbrella paper pieced

Spring Fling Mini 2015 pattern via Craftsy member JmzBk Quilts

8. Spring Fling

Who doesn’t love walking in the rain? Now you can do it in your studio as you quilt up a block with all the colors of the rainbow in them. This 10″ x 13.5″ block is intermediate level of paper piecing skill level, and definitely worth the time to make.

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FREE: Craftsy Designers’ Collection Paper Pieced Patterns

Free Paper Pieced Patterns eBook

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8 Comments

Bryn

i just want to say thanks for the many free patterns. Helps me to try different things and these paper piecing use up the many scraps. Thanks again.

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Jackie W.

So glad you like them Bryn!

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Ann

Just recently started downloading free patterns, love the Dr. Who…my daughter is crazy for Dr. Who..thanks

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Teri

Can I get the link for the Dr Who pattern. Can’t find it

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Pauline Suplit

I have never been able to download a pattern from Craftsy…..Please help

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Julienne Lefebvre

Love doing pepper pacing

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Judy

I haven’t attempted paper piecing. These cute blocks are perfectly tempting for this beginner. Thanks!

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Eileen

The link to the Valentine log cabin one doesn’t seem to be working. The others were all fine.

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