Fancy Easter Egg : FPP pdf pattern
The Striped Easter Egg FPP pattern makes a fun 8″ Easter themed block. The pattern allows you to use lots of beautiful fabrics.
It would look super as a mini wall hanging or could be included in a larger quilt. Add a few extra sashing strips and it turns into the front of a cushion!
This foundation paper piecing pdf pattern makes a really Fancy Easter Egg. With stripes and a zig-zag pattern it’s an egg like the kind you wish they still sold in the stores!
This FPP pattern makes an 8″ block. You will need to print your pattern Actual Size, have a read of my blog post on How to Assemble pdf Sewing Patterns for tips on getting it right first time.
This pattern assumes that you already know how to paper piece so there are no technique tips included with the instructions. There are however clear diagrams and instructions on how to assemble your block. There is also a colouring diagram so that you can plan your fabric placement. All of the pattern pieces have been digitally drawn for accuracy.
There are a few small pieces here and there so I would recommend this pattern to people with intermediate paper piecing skills. There are also a few places where it’s good to get the seams matching, but other than that it’s relatively straightforward.
All of the section pattern pieces are clearly marked and include a 1/4″ seam allowance around the outside edges.
The pdf is a total of 6 pages, of which the pattern pieces make up 2 pages.
There’s something a little magical about woodland creatures. Make this applique Fox Pocket and add it to something special to give it a little woodland charm.
Try adding a fox pocket to a little girl’s dress, use it as a pocket on the back of a pair of boy’s trousers or use it as a feature on a bag.
This pattern won a competition and appeared in the 10th edition of Crafty magazine in the UK!