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Horse paper pieced block

$3.50

Skill Level

Beginner

Skills Needed

  • Paper Piecing

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PATTERN DETAILS

Joly Bouncer the horse will be wonderfully used in country quilts and folk style sewing projects. For quilts, wall hanging, tote bags and many others, just follow your imagination ! This Horse makes a great quilt with the barn, the cow, the hen and the piglet blocks, as shown in picture 2 (a farm set is available in my shop). This PDF quilt block pattern includes clearly labeled paper piecing pattern sections, clear color chart and comprehensive instructions to sew the block in a range of sizes with a size chart to reduce or enlarge the pattern from 10" to 8" or 12 ". This pattern does not contains basic paper piecing instructions. If you are a beginner, you can find a good tutorial on my blog to learn the technic. (http://www.bubblestitchquilts.blogspot.com). PATTERN TERMS OF USE: All designs, instructions and illustrations in my patterns are copyrighted by me. "Sharing" of this pattern by any means is not allowed. If your friends or quilt group members like my designs, ask them to buy their own copies from my shop! :-) Thank you for supporting me as an independent designer! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY basic paper piecing skills SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 8", 10" or 12" block

Supplies Needed

  • sewing machine
  • foundation paper
  • fabrics

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Bubblestitch
I am a swiss crafter living in Canada, mom of 2 wonderful little boys. For the past 3 years, creating patterns and sewing have been my main activities. I particularly love sewing, quilting, drawing , soapmaking and flutemaking. I have built a soap company (Wild and Wise), have wrote 2 books about natural cosmetics. Walking in the forest, on the beach and watching my sons playing are my favorite ways to find inspiration for my next quilt or block pattern. You can follow my creations on my blog (bubblestitchquilts.blogspot.com). Last but not least, I think the best things we can do in our life are those done with love, and we should put love in everything. So, if you read this, receive my love!!!!