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Quilters' Flowers Mini Quilt


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  • Paper Piecing

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Quilters' Flowers is a fun, whimsical and EASY paper-pieced project that's perfect for the confident beginner as there are no seams to match. The finished mini quilt is 20" square and can be used as a wall hanging or a table topper. The mini quilt is perfect to show someone special you care for Easter, Mother's Day, birthdays or any special occasion. It's a great project for using up fabric scraps. Please note that general instructions on how to paper piece are not included with this pattern. If you are new to paper piecing, I suggest my Paper Piecing Tutorial for Beginners booklet. A complete cutting chart for all patches and full-sized paper piecing templates are included in the pattern. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Paper piecing General quilt making techniques, i.e. piecing, binding SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 20" square

Recommended with this pattern

  • One half of a fat quarter for the background fabric.
  • Various scraps for the leaves, flowers and pieced border patches. One quarter of a fat quarter for each colour should be enough.
  • 25" square of fabric for the back.

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Aiming for Accuracy Pattern Co.
Michele Foster is a quilt designer, author and teacher living in Ottawa, Canada. She specializes in designing and creating easy-to-understand patterns for both novice and experienced quilters. Her patterns include step-by-step instructions and full-colour diagrams ensuring your success. With her Skill Building Booklets, she has taught thousands of quilters around the world how to improve their quilting accuracy. In 2016, Michele started producing her patterns in paper format, for resale by independent quilt shops. Michele also founded the Quilting Gallery, a community-based web site for quilters around the world. She hosts fun events such as quilt-alongs, blog hops, give-aways and more.