We’re nearing the end! With this installment, there are only THREE more months to come in Paper Piecing Vintage!
Today, I share a very traditional design, Beggar’s Block. If you’ve ever pieced this block before, you will find the paper pieced version goes together a bit differently, and I hope, easy peasy to get all those points!
As with all the blocks from PPV, Beggar’s Block is entirely paper pieced and both 6″ and 12″ patterns are included.
Beggar’s Block by Jennifer Ofenstein (sewhooked.com)
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Save some time by following these bonus directions:
- For both sizes, save time by cutting strips of fabric 1/2″ to 3/4″ wider than the template. You can then sub-cut pieces a little bit longer. For example: for the 12″ block, cut 2″ strips, sub-cut into 2″ x 5″.
- Triangles can be sub cut from squares. For example: for the 12″ block, cut 16 – 2 3/4″ squares, sub-cut into half-square triangles (32 sqt).
- Save time by chain piecing!
- When piecing final pattern, line up the center square to get perfect points.
- Have fun!
If you have not yet shared yours, I will be accepting Signature Blocks until December 31, 2014. See your pattern for details and check out our Facebook Group for photos of blocks received so far!
Haven’t signed up for Paper Piecing Vintage yet? Registration for the entire year is just $12. That’s 12 patterns in two sizes (plus the occasional bonus!), entirely paper pieced for one awesome price! All patterns for the year to date are included when you download. Upcoming patterns will be added for you to download the first of each month in 2014.
Today is your last chance to share photos of your quilt blocks & projects made from Sewhooked patterns, including Paper Piecing Vintage. Photos enter you to to win a copy of Jack Leaves The Light On (one entry per project or quilt block)! Be sure to share with the Sewhooked flickr group today for your chance to win…winners announced tomorrow!