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Pixel Lattice - Paper pieced block


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Skills Needed

  • Paper Piecing

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This design is perfect for beginners and experienced paper piecers alike. It is a scrap busting design that works in so many different colorways you'll be having fun just pulling fabrics for your blocks! Five different sizes are included to fit any project, large or small. I especially love the open areas created by several blocks sewn together - this leaves perfect places to really showcase your quilting or applique motifs. Corner setting blocks also added for all template sizes so you can create a floating diamond design! Remember when printing to turn page scaling off! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Sew 1/4" seam Rotary cut with a ruler Basic paper piecing skills SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 4" Finished 6" Finished 8" Finished 12" Finished 14" Finished

Supplies Needed

  • Rotary cutter
  • Quilters Cotton Fabric
  • Sewing machine capable of straight stitch

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Katie's Quilting Corner
Katie's Quilting Corner
I'm a 30 something crafter that became addicted to quilting in the Spring of 2010. I'm a divorcee with three corgi dogs and a tortoise that make me smile every day. My first quilt project was a kit I purchased at a craft store on sale for $7. I started it one year and picked it back up five years later determined to finish it. Finish it I did and I was instantly addicted to quilting. I've always been intrigued with quilting ever since I saw my mom put together a quilt block for a church quilt one year. She also let me sleep under her wedding quilt sometimes and that was always a special experience since it was usually reserved for times when I was sick and would sleep on the couch. I'm a serial crafter. Past crafts I've dabbled in: miniature house painting, knitting, cross stitch, needle punching, latch hooking, and sketching. I've never taken a formal sewing class. I took my first quilting class in January of 2011. I love the medium and the finished product is something everyone can love for years to come. I blog and host a quilting podcast at