Fun with Foundation Paper Piecing Part 4 – Free Pattern Available

It’s the one we have been working up to – the Square in a Square!

Now this one will show you just how amazing the Foundation Paper Piecing process is as you can use such tiny pieces of fabric to create beautiful concentric patterns like this Square in a Square block design.

Sure, it takes time and a little patience however I have taken away a whole bunch of the rubbish stuff by doing the math and working out the cutting guide and pattern for you so hopefully you can then just enjoy the sewing bit!

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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Ok, that’s it for this one. Thanks for stopping by and I hope to see you again tomorrow.

Best wishes,

John. x

2 thoughts on “Fun with Foundation Paper Piecing Part 4 – Free Pattern Available

  1. This looks gorgeous John, I almost want to make
    something beautiful like this. But another hobby while I hardly have time for my own hobbies is not such a good idea LOL.
    Stay safe and have a wonderful weekend.

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