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Tessellating Chicken Paper Pieced Quilt


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Tessellation is the process of creating a two-dimensional plane using the repetition of a geometric shape with no overlaps and no gaps. It is like a puzzle. This pattern will show you how to make a quilt filled with chickens. Easter will be soon. It is great idea for using up lots of your colorful scraps. The PDF Tessellating Chicken paper pieced quilt pattern contains 15 pages complete step by step instructions and fabric yardage needed for 40" quilt. Need other size? You can read how to change it very fast and easy here: In this case fabric yardage is not provided. The Tessellating Chicken quilt pattern is NOT suitable for beginners and there are no paper piecing instructions included. Sewing the quilt with given colors will be a challenge to beginner to intermediate quilter. Directions are very detailed. You should have quilting skills intermediate level if want to use another fabrics' color. The size of chicken is about 8" (20,3 cm) . Add embroidered eyes or stitch buttons instead. THANK YOU! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY paper piecing skills SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 40 inches square

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