New Pattern :: Kingfisher Foundation Paper Pieced Pattern
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New Pattern :: Kingfisher Foundation Paper Pieced Pattern

Kingfisher FPP pdf pattern

The Kingfisher bird is so beautiful and their colours can be just so stunning. Just imagine how lovely this fellow will look as a wall hanging or incorporated into a quilt. It would also look great on a cushion/pillow cover.

Kingfisher FPP Pattern

This Kingfisher Foundation Paper Piecing pattern makes a 10″ block. The sample I made up I turned into a mini quilt that is currently hanging on my sewing room door.

kingfisher fpp mini quilt

There are a few small pieces so I would recommend this pattern to people with intermediate or advance paper piecing skills.

Kingfisher fpp mini quilt at a angle

The pdf pattern is presented over 8 pages, 4 of which are the pattern pieces. It features a full colour image of the design, a colouring diagram, a diagram on how to assemble your block as well as tips on how to print your pattern correctly first time around.

Here’s a little sneaky peek at what the pages look like…

Kingfisher FPP Sample pattern pages

All of the pattern pieces have been reversed for you so that you make a Kingfisher that faces to the right. I have also made sure that all of the section pattern pieces are clearly marked and I have included a 1/4″ seam allowance around the outside edges to make life as easy as possible!

Use #kingfisherfpp when you’re uploading pictures of your work on social media so we can all see your great work.

You can also join Little Black Duck :: In the Sewing Room on facebook and share your pictures there, or ask questions if you are stuck!

If if you would like to buy a copy of the Kingfisher FPP pdf pattern you can get a copy from my shop, my Etsy store or Craftsy for around £4.

I hope you love my kingfisher pattern and enjoy making him

Comment (1)

  • Victoria is there a video clip somewhere of you doing the kingfisher? I have done fpp but not sure without instructions of where to start with your pattern. Sure once I start it I will be ok!

    Frances Muir

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