Foundation Paper Piecing Pattern Designers
Have you been bitten by the foundation paper piecing bug? Are you looking for new patterns to make? Then look no further, we have teamed up with several designers to bring you a fabulous selection of foundation pieced patterns from designers who love using our foundation paper.
As a former zoology student Griffin and the Bear Studio designer Kim is obsessed with animals. Her first foray into quilt design is her British wildlife collection. These detailed and life like foundation pieced wildlife patterns are all straight line sewing, no y-seams in sight, so if you have some experience of FPP you will definitely be able to tackle them. With a new pattern released each month to form a full quilt top you’ll want to collect them all! Find them here.
Sarah at Pitcher’s Boutique has been sewing for over 15 years and designs foundation pieced patterns as a way of sharing her love of quilt art. She has a wide range of realistic and detailed patterns available many grouped into collections including Star Wars, Harry Potter, Christmas, camping, animals and Halloween. She loves to to design patterns that are portraits of animals, people and characters. Browse her online shop here.
Merx at Skulls and Needles publishes all her foundation paper pieced patterns in both English and Spanish. Her patterns are suitable for beginners, there are no tricky angles, just straight stitching needed so you can assemble her fun designs with confidence. Choose your favourites from her Etsy store.
Gaby from Tomte Studio is a designer and engineer located in Brazil. She aims to represent the things that bring joy in her life through her patterns, which have a modern, minimalist, geometric style. Find her foundation pieced patterns in her Etsy store.
If you are looking for bold and quirky foundation pieced patterns pitched at the intermediate stitcher then And Sew I’s patterns are for you. With a qualification in architecture former project manager Helen took up quilting in 2012. She soon discovered that designing foundation paper pieced patterns comes naturally to her after designing building construction details in 3D. Shop her fun range of patterns here.
Sarah of Sarah Ashford Studio is a modern quilt designer and loves designing FPP patterns, especially for baby quilts. Sarah has recently contributed to the book 100 Paper Pieced Quilt Blocks by David and Charles. Sarah’s patterns are simple and great for beginners to get started on their FPP journey! You can find her patterns in her Etsy shop along with her glitter project pouches.
Don’t forget we sell our own British made foundation paper (shipped worldwide!)
If you are new to foundation paper piecing read our beginners guide
We also have a blog post about our favourite free foundation pieced patterns
Plus a striking free foundation pieced pouch project on our blog