butterfly charm blocks

Say hello to Cricket, Gidget & Pepper, the Butterfly Charm Blocks!

These little paper pieced blocks measure 5.5” after piecing and can be used as a 5” finished square or trimmed to 5” for a 4.5” finished square, making them perfect for mixing with 5” charms.

Click here for the PDF patterns!

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26 thoughts on “butterfly charm blocks

  1. Choose says:

    Well, I did my first paper pieced block. I chose Gidget since she seemed the easiest to make and I used Cassandra’s tut as well. Thank you so much for your generosity. I’m working on the maker mat. I will try and share when it’s complete. Again thanks!

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  2. Paula Hardesty says:

    Nicole I am new at this. You had sent me an email to my reply. Here is my question that might help others. Can I make the block bigger than 5″ and it still be okay? I want to say yes but I haven’t done this before. I’m gathering supplies – can’t wait to make them. I figure I should do these before I try the one I bought from you. It looks like I need experience for it. lol

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    • nicole young says:

      Hey Paula! Short answer, yes. You can reduce or enlarge any pattern. The only thing that will change and affect measurements is the outer 1/4″ seam allowance. It will be larger than needed when you blow up a pattern. So, in that case, you would simple trim using a 1/4 guide on a quilters ruler rather than using the dotted seam allowance line on the pattern. I hope this helps!

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  3. Andrea Kalinowski says:

    These are wonderful patterns! Just made 2 of each one. No 2 alike. Thank you for sharing. Wish I could share a picture with you. Not sure how. Audrey

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  4. Shelley says:

    I’m just getting into the paper piecing skill…. Thanks so much for these patterns. I just hope I can do them justice.

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  5. Hhappywheels2 says:

    A match of blood and violence, the mixture of fun and also a slightly macabre feeling. Happy Wheels 2 https://happywheels2.club/ can be a game where you choose lavish vehicles, in the bike to a wheel chair and send the by way of a chaotic track where the awkward motorist will attempt to desperately escape mutilation, decapitation and departure, you can also eject the character by the car or truck.

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  6. Gayle Kabes says:

    Thank you so much for the free patterns! Hope to get to use them before long. Love the hummingbirds and the butterflies to begin my journey with FPP. Again thanks

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