Foundation Paper Piecing is a great skill for Beginner Quilters to learn as it helps with sewing accuracy. At first, it may seem confusing because sewing is completed on the back of a paper pattern. Don’t give up too soon! Usually after the first completed block, beginner quilters find paper piecing to be relaxing and enjoyable.
Most patterns also include a free tutorial under the links below. They are grouped by size. You’ll find the patterns that fit into greeting cards and the luggage tags listed first.
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4 3/4″ by 3 1/4″ Patterns (greeting cards and tags):
Paper Pieced FLAG
Paper Pieced Tree Ornament/Gift Card
Paper Pieced COURTHOUSE STEPS
Paper Pieced SNOW CONE
Paper Pieced Heart
Paper Pieced Gift
3″ Square Patterns:
Rail Fence Pattern
Flying Geese Pattern
Log Cabin Pattern
Four Paper-Pieced Patterns on One Sheet –
(Rail Fence, Flying Geese, Log Cabin, Pennants)
Irregular Sized Patterns:
Flying Geese Picture Frame Project
Strips of 2″ Half Square Triangles