Spinning Icosahedron Quilt - 8" Blocks / 24" Finished - Paper Pieced PATTERN - PDF
Spinning Icosahedron Quilt - Paper Piecing Template
Each block measures 8" finished / 8.5" unfinished , with a finished quilt top of 24". This size is perfect for pillows or mini quilt swaps out there.
You can also enlarge the pattern and print it on multiple pages if your printer is capable. I do have an 18" block version in the works, but its not quite ready yet.
This is a piece by number/foundation paper piecing pattern, in multiple alphabetized sections. Basic knowledge of paper piecing is needed, I will not be including a tutorial. I suggest checking out videos on youtube or googling how to paper piece.
You will receive a 10 page PDF with a finished image/coloring page.
a PDF format allows you to print and reprint the pattern pieces whenever you would like! You can make a bunch of these! However...
This pattern is for PERSONAL USE only.
Do not copy, alter, redistribute or sell this pattern in any way.
Do not sell items made with this pattern. If you are interested in purchasing a LIMITED USE copy of this pattern, giving you permission to sell items made with this pattern, please convoy me.
I would love to see anything you make with this pattern! just email photos to Jesseesuem [!at] gmail.com or use the hashtags #spinningicosahedronquilt and/or #artschooldropoutpattern.
Also, please send any concerns you may have to that same address. :)
I have also written a blog post showing more layout options, plus a list of the exact fabrics I used in the sample:
Due to COVID19, and whatever is going on with the USPS, shipping is down to once a week and there may be delays in route.
I apologize for this, but this shop is run by one person, Jessee, who has several autoimmune diseases and is high risk when it comes to the virus. This means places like the post office are off limits.
For most of 2020 Jessee wad driving to a post office 30 minutes away that has an outdoor package drop off and is a major depot in the area. That way the packages bypass our local small town post office and go straight to a sorting center.
However from now until sometime in the new year, most items were taken out of the shop. There is just too much going on with the USPS and the Holidays. We will fully reopen once things calm down.
Print on Demand items have been left in the shop. Jessee designs these and another company prints and ships them. Each item may take up to 8 weeks to ship right now, and we can not control when. So please be patient with us!
Send us all the good vibes and Happy Holidays!