Paper Pieced Scandinavian Block, the piece you need in your house to change the face of the environment. In the bedroom decor, this quilt can leave the environment with a completely new face, which can help you a lot. It is worth making pieces of this type that make us proud of our craftsmanship skills that we use to make these pieces. Very well explained in the tutorial available here, this work was made with material easily found in craft stores and that you may even already have.
Of course, when you do your work, you usually have many doubts about the best way to do a perfect job, which will certainly hinder you and annoy you. But with love and patience, it is possible to do amazing jobs that please everyone. The quilt is the type of work that despite being relatively easy can require a little more patience to sew.
The colors of your quilt will depend on you and your environment. Choose your fabric according to the decor of the room you want to put it, that way everything is matching. Practicing this type of quilt makes the house always beautiful and with an incredible decoration. A perfect product for sales as it is a unique piece that requires time to be made.
Full Pattern/Images/Tutorial: We All Sew
Materials to make a paper pieced Scandinavian block:
Printed pattern: Scandinavian Leaf Pattern
16 printed blocks (on computer paper or specialty foundation piecing paper)
1″ wide acrylic ruler
Straight pins and fork pins
Iron and starch spray
The Binding Tool
Patchwork foot #57/#57D or #97/#97D
walking foot #50
Several white/off white fabric scraps
2 yards of solid mint green background fabric
1/8 yard solid orange fabric
1/8 yard solid magenta fabric
1/8 yard solid chartreuse fabric for stems
40″ x width-of-fabric for backing
40″ square batting
150″ of 2 1/4″ or 2 1/2″ wide binding fabric
Whenever I paper piece with solids, my first choice is to use Art Gallery Fabrics solids. They are soft and smooth and crease easily, making them a dream to paper piece with!
All seam allowances are ¼” unless noted.
I like the slightly thinner look of 2 1/4″ binding, so I use this instead of the normally recommended 2 1/2″.
I sew on a BERNINA 740 and use the 1/4″ foot with a guide as I paper piece.
Paper Pieced Scandinavian Block, a piece that can help you change the decoration of the place, believe me you will love this piece, it will provide you with a charming and stylish decoration, you will be amazed with the final result. This beautiful Project can be used in the bedroom or living room and will amaze your customers who will surely want one for their homes too, which will help you a lot.
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