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Conversation Pieces

New Pattern- Conversation Pieces

I’m so excited to share a new pattern with you today! Conversation Pieces was one of my first ideas when I began this designing adventure.  It features the “jewel” or “star point” shape, a great shape for beginners.

I must admit, I’d never touched the alphabet functions on my sewing machine before this project, but it certainly was a fun way to learn! The pattern also includes a full page of sayings that you can trace onto your fabric and hand-embroider.

This little table runner finishes at 21.5 by 13 inches, so it goes together quickly.  If you’ve never attempted English paper piecing before, I’ve included thorough steps and diagrams to help you along the way.

You can download Conversation Pieces in my Craftsy store, through UpCraftClub (this site has options for quilt store owners to buy digital downloads wholesale, please check them out!), or ask for it at your favorite local quilt store.

Happy Stitching!


      • Emily says:

        Thanks, Sarah! Unfortunately, Paper Pieces did not opt to carry this pattern when I approached them a couple of months ago. But if enough people asked about it, maybe we could change their mind? 🙂

  1. Hillary says:

    Yay you!!! I love this one! (I love them all!) =0) And now I am going to have to check back tomorrow… It’s almost midnight… =0)

  2. Elizabeth says:

    One of my favorites. Thank you for letting me try it! I am about halfway done 🙂 Yippee!!! It is so cute in red and white!

  3. Peggy Snyder says:

    I really love your website. I just found it tonight. Keep up the great work. I took like epp and inklingo. I love hexagons too. I have a quick ? for you,you said we could make it bigger by using the Inklingo 3 collection,which I happen to have,what did you say the shape was? I am going to purchase your pattern tommorw.
    Peggy Snyder

    • Emily says:

      It’s called a “Star Point” in that collection, aka “jewel” on the paper pieces website. I misread on the Inklingo site, it’s 1.5 inches the length of the shape, so it would actually make hearts smaller than shown on the pattern. Thank you, your comment made my morning!

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