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wonky triangles -a paper piecing pattern

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I really love triangles, and I love this different take on them. They are wonky, imperfect, and just pure awesome. I am positive you will be thinking of new ways to use the wonky triangles pattern in your sewing! You will love this pattern because of its versatility. It's easy to use, and I have included 22 templates for you to use, which feature 3 different sizes. Instructions for paper piecing are included along with color photos and helpful tips to aid in successful completion of this project. Use this paper piecing pattern to create zip pouches, quilts, pillows, bags, table runners, or anything your heart desires. Leave as panels or sew together to form blocks. Each panel is customizable. FINE PRINT: Purchasing this pattern allows you (the original purchaser) to create and sell items you've made on a small, handmade scale. No commercial or mass production. This pattern is not to be shared, copied, or distributed in any way. If sharing a completed block or panel on any social media site, please give credit to "owen's olivia / Nancy Purvis" for the pattern. Copyright 2013 owen's olivia. All rights reserved. Thank you and happy sewing! **Photos show you a few samples I have made using my wonky triangles pattern. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You need to know basic sewing skills. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Large - 6.5" wide X 9.5" long Medium- 3.5" wide X 9" long Small - 1.75" wide X 9" long

Recommended with this pattern

  • fabric scraps
  • printer
  • sewing machine

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owen's olivia
owen's olivia
I am a stay-at-home mother to one little boy and a wife to one hard-working engineer. My passion for sewing began when I gave birth to my son, Owen. I love bold prints, graphic designs, creating, shopping for home wares, interior decorating and design, and fabric, fabric, fabric! I didn't realize I loved so much fabric until I started sewing.