Fun with Foundation Paper Piecing Part 3 – Free Pattern Available

Why is it called twelve triangles? Well, because there are twelve triangles.

Part 3 of the Fun with Foundation Paper Piecing series focused on the twelve triangles block design. It’s a great one for using up scraps of fabric and making a totally unique project.

Here is the block that I made during the recording of this video.

If you would like to give it a go, please feel free to download the free cutting guide and foundation paper piecing pattern.


Download The Pattern PDF

To download the PDF sheet which contains the cutting list and foundation pattern, just click the relevant button below.


Watch The Video

If you would like to watch me stitch this block together, just hit play.


Share Your Creations!

Want to share your foundation paper piecing block success with others that enjoy this hobby too? Please feel free to join my dedicated Facebook group and pop your pictures there.


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There are literally hundreds more posts in the archives so please do check out the suggested posts at the bottom of this page or visit one of the category archives below.

PapercraftsDigital Crafts
Drawing and PaintingFabric, Fibre & Yarn
Glass CraftsJewellery Making
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Ok, that’s it for this one. Thanks for stopping by and I hope to see you again tomorrow.

Best wishes,

John. x

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