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Easter Egg Foundation Paper Piecing Pattern


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  • Paper Piecing
  • Precision Piecing

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Pattern Details

Looking to add a little Easter flourish to your home? This Striped Easter Egg Foundation Paper Piecing pattern is just the ticket! There are three stripes so you can customise your egg with your favourite colours and prints. Foundation paper piecing is a great skill. You can make some lovely, intricate blocks which are great for adding to your patchwork projects. This Striped Easter Egg FPP pattern makes an 8" block. Make sure that you print Actual Size in order to create a block in this size. You can use the 8" block to incorporate into a quilt or add a few borders and turn it into a mini quilt, like I have done in the third picture (must get around to adding the binding!) This pattern assumes that you already know how to paper piece so there are no technique tips included with the instructions. There are a few small pieces at the top and bottom of the egg so I would recommend this pattern to people with intermediate or advance paper piecing skills. The pattern has been digitally drawn, all of the section pattern pieces are clearly marked and include a 1/4" seam allowance around the outside edges. The pdf is a total of 6 pages, of which the pattern pieces make up 2 pages.

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Little Black Duck
Little Black Duck
Hi I'm Victoria and I love to sew and create. I set up my business Little Black Duck in 2005 and am currently based in rural Shropshire in the UK, sewing and raising a family. Sewing is a passion of mine and I hope that my sewing patterns will inspire you to create something you will love too. I am one of the Guest Designers on the LIVE television channel the Sewing Quarter. Catch up on episodes on YouTube. I regularly contribute to sewing magazines, you can see some of my work on my blog