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Love Struck Paper Piecing Pattern

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Skill Level

Beginner

Skills Needed

  • Paper Piecing

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Pattern Details

This versatile pattern can be used in so many ways. One heart arrow with borders can be made into a mug rug, join three to make a 9" square as a wall hanging, or join many blocks to make a pillow, table runner, or larger quilt. The pattern includes printable foundation paper piecing templates including two "printer pages" to help save paper when printing multiples, clear assembly instructions, a coloring sheet on which you can try out color schemes before beginning, and sewing tips along the way. This pattern does not contain basic paper piecing instructions, but you can find a tutorial with instructions on my blog at http://nightquilter.com/2014/06/03/tutorial-basic-foundation-paper-piecing/ Enjoy! I can't wait to see what you create!! Please tag me @nightquilter on social media when you post photos of your #lovestruckpattern creations. Note: Photos are by Julie Schloemer at http://thatssojulie.blogspot.com/, who pattern tested this pattern for me. Check her out! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY simple sewing skills basic paper piecing skills SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS each arrow is 3"x9" finished full block as shown (3 arrows) is 9"x9" finished

Recommended with this pattern

  • fabric scraps for piecing
  • yardage background fabric (approx. just over a fat eighth per 9"x9" block)
  • iron and ironing surface

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Night Quilter
Night Quilter
IF YOU LIVE IN THE EU, PLEASE PURCHASE THROUGH PAYHIP: https://payhip.com/nightquilter I am a stay at home mom of three littles, wife, sewist of quilts and other beautiful things, photographer, gardener, yogi, and all in all lover of life. With three little kids, my only sewing time is after bedtime. Thus the Night Quilter was born.