This English Paper Piecing pdf pattern guides you through making a pincushion based on the shape of a pentagon. It features a firm base so you end up with a more stable pincushion.
Once finished your PentaPinnie pincushion will measure approximately 4″ wide x 1.75″ high.
If you are new to English Paper Piecing I have some YouTube Videos with some tips on basting and stitching your shapes together.
This pdf pattern includes digitally drawn templates for cutting both your paper pieces and your fabrics and the instructions are supported with clear photographs and illustrations.
The pdf is a total of 5 pages, of which the templates are laid out on 1 page.
In the gallery of images you’ll see a version of the PentaPinnie made by one of my lovely customers.
This Spools of Thread FPP pattern is currently automatically provided as a FREE download to new subscribers of the newsletter. Pattern will be offered as a free download until the 29th of February 2020.
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You can read more about the pdf pattern in the description below.
PAPER PATTERN BOOKLET
Pincushions are a fabulous way of using up those precious scraps of gorgeous fabrics that you’ve been holding onto for a rainy day! They are also perfect for sewing swaps and gifts.
This popular pattern is now available in this PAPER pattern format.
See more information in the description below.
The Cactus in a Pot FPP pattern makes a Catus that requires absoloutely no watering at all!
The completed block measures 10″ x 14″.
You could make it up on it’s own and use it for a mini wall hanging, or add some sashing strips to the outer edges and use it to turn into a tote bag. You could even use it to make up a cushion as you can see in one of the pictures.