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Thread: Free Paper Piecing Patterns

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    Super Member sondray's Avatar
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    http://piecebynumber.com/pastbom/archbom.htm

    I want to try this, it seems to be an interesting way of quilting.

    Any paper piecers out there?


    Sondra

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    Ooooooh, yes!! Don't let the How-To's scare you, it's very easy once you get the hang of it.

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    I love to paper piece, in fact I have been making our Christmas cards with paper piecing designs. Now I am working on a quilt for our bed with paper pieced leaves. I made another quilt with paper peiced frogs, dragon flies, turtles and water plants. You will get addicted as soon as you catch on.

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    Shows some of the scrapy turtles and dragonflies, plants and frogs
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    Senior Member barbsbus's Avatar
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    The first paper pieced project was this wall hanging. I got the patterns off the internet

    I was just learning and made lots of mistakes but still like it. Someday I may make a new wall hanging and turn this one into a quilt for one of our great grandkids.
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    This is one of the greeting cards I have been making.

    Sun Bonnet Sue is one of my favorites.
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    I love birds! How do I get this pattern

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donna Jean
    I love birds! How do I get this pattern


    I found it while I was surfing one day. The printed instructions have http://www.lejodie.com web site. This was well over 5 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbsbus
    This is one of the greeting cards I have been making.
    How darling!

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbsbus
    Quote Originally Posted by Donna Jean
    I love birds! How do I get this pattern


    I found it while I was surfing one day. The printed instructions have http://www.lejodie.com web site. This was well over 5 years ago.
    The link doesn't work anymore :cry:

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    Just learned how. So far I really like it. I have a HUGE box of scraps that this would be ideal for. Its a challenge to think/plan in the opposite of the final product. Looking for more patterns. First one was a "Almost Pineapple". Looking for a book of Easy Paper Pieced patterns. I think it may be out of print. Any thoughts out there?

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