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French press paper pieced quilt block

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Coffee time! This French press quilt block PDF pattern can be sewn by Paper foundation , paper piecing or with freezer paper - use your favorite technique. A French press, also known as a press pot, coffee press, coffee plunger, cafetiere (UK) or сafetire piston, is a simple coffee brewing device that was first patented by Italian designer Attilio Calimani in 1929. The French press underwent several design modifications over the years. The first coffee press, which may have been made in France, was the modern coffee press in its most rudimentary form: a metal or cheesecloth screen fitted to a rod, and pressed down into a pot of boiling water. You'll receive the block in color version plus black white mirror version, numbered and ready for sewing plus instructions for assembling the block. Just print it and start! There is a percentage table if you need other sizes. I have added a BONUS PATTERN - an empty French press. This PDF quilt pattern is 6" (15.2 cm) square block . You can use this color schema or choose another you decide. There are many fabrics printed with coffee theme. This cute block will be a perfect for your quilt/patchwork creations - wall hangings, totes, placemats, table topper and many items you create. THANK YOU! SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS the block is 6 inches square

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I am Electronic Dipl. Ing. I have taught students in the university. The quilting is my love and passion. I have found patchwork around ten years ago reading a magazine. My first project was a table runner with one Marple leaf and mitered corners. You may say there is nothing special in this block. Imagine I have had scissors only and an old household sewing machine. No mat. No rotary cutter. I have not seen any video how to make it easier. I made the runner my way and began to read tips, techniques, tutorials. At the end of last year I won first quilt competition in my country with first prize Bernina sewing machine. Now with the power of Internet and social networks I have friends from all over the world. I was nominated by the Modern Quilt Guild for 100 days of Modern quilting in week of composition. I have explored many aspects of the patchwork and quilting. My patterns are easy to sew. The pictures look primitive, because I believe that children have to cultivate their imagination. There are plenty of fabrics with perfect prints on. You could add your projects' photoes here: http://www.flickr.com/groups/2226046@N22/ Visit my shop for mug rugs only here: http://www.craftsy.com/user/1092950 Thank you for being my guest!