This quilt block is my first shared work of a Foundation paper Pieced (FPP) Block. FPP allows a lot more flexibility in design, and in this case allows for clean lines that make the design. It’s one of my favorite piecing methods.
This pattern has 18 total subunits, that form 6 equilateral triangles, which finally form the Completes 16″ wide (from Flat side to flat side) Hexagon. The pattern contains some basic instructions for FPP, and I am currently having those tested on folks who have never attempted the skill. There are many many resources about FPP on youtube 🙂
This pattern is FREE and should not be sold, feel free to give copies to your friends! If you liked this pattern and would like to support my work and vision of a future with more pay-if-you-like-it patterns, contributions can be sent to one of the following:
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Full pattern details can be found in the PDF
Difficulty: Adventurous beginner
Finished Size: 16″ wide from flat side to flat side, Hexagonal