Make Something for Fall with This Beautiful Block

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Even Beginners Can Create Accurately Pieced Blocks!

This beautiful block turns a Log Cabin block into a charming pumpkin. It’s perfect for autumn and can be used in many types of projects.

We can imagine a few made into a runner, table topper, or wall quilt. One block could grace the front of a bag and several would be lovely in a quilt. You may have other ideas as well.

Log Cabin Pumpkin Block Pattern

While the block is made with paper piecing, the pattern is suitable for beginners. There are no tricky seams and this construction technique will produce an accurately pieced block without having to worry about perfect 1/4″ seams. You’ll find excellent paper piecing instructions here and here.

Designed by Tunce from Iniminiz, instructions and templates are provided for 6″ x 6″ and 8″ x 8″ unfinished blocks.

Click here to purchase the “Log Cabin Pumpkin” pattern.


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