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'Button It' Pattern Set


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Skills Needed

  • Paper Piecing

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The Button It set contains 5 paper piecing patterns: a round button, a cupcake button, a stitched button, a heart button, and a square button. It comes with foundation and template piecing instructions, as well as color diagrams to help in choosing fabrics, and many general tips to help you with paper piecing. You can find links on how to paper piece and free tutorials to projects to make with your blocks at This is a 27 page pattern which comes as a single PDF file. Non-EU buyers only please. If you live in the EU, please visit to purchase this pattern. Thank you! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY paper piecing SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Five buttons finishing at 3" square (3.5" unfinished)

Supplies Needed

  • fabric, sewing machine, thread

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Hi, we are Kerry and Penny. Kerry- I have been stitching and designing since I was a child. I love vintage, especially fabric and kitchenalia- both inspire and excite me. I blog at verykerryberry. I met Penny in Ringo Pie quilting bee- we were drawn together through a mutual love of paper piecing and kitchen themes. We have been plotting and hatching for some time developing a project where we can work together and so Sew-Ichigo was created. We aim to combine our graphic, quirky, cute styles to make you the best paper piecing patterns we possibly can. Penny - My love for paper piecing was born about 2 years ago and since then I've not looked back. When I'm out and about and something catches my eye, my first thought is, "oooh, that would make a really great paper-pieced design!" I can't help it, it's in my blood! Kerry and I are super excited for Sew-Ichigo and hope that you will be too! I blog at sewtakeahike, where I share a bit about life, quilts, sewing and all my favorite things.