High Heel Shoe Quilt Block


A Shoe Block with and without ankle strap

Free quilt block - paper foundation pieced patterns


 

 More Shoes? The Birkenstock Sandal is here. The Athletic Shoe is here, the Mary Jane shoe is here. And a paper pieced Cowboy Boot is HERE

I've been getting requests for Shoe Blocks - so I'm having fun playing with my Electric Quilt design software designing shoe blocks. Here is the first one in 2 variations: with and without an ankle strap. Watch for more shoe blocks as I add to the collection in coming weeks.

This is a paper foundation pieced (PFP) block done in either 2 or 3 units. If you need help with PFP techniques, see the earlier articles here on this site: Part One and Part Two. Paper piecing is not difficult and it's a lot of fun to do. Or, just click on the words "Foundation Piecing" in the column at the left of this page and you'll find lots of links.

You can choose to make your shoe all one fabric as shown at the left. Or, experiment with a contrasting color for the heel of the show as shown in the sample block to the right.

 

I designed the block with the intention that it would be 8 inches x 8 inches, but when you print out the blocks for foundation piecing, you will need to adjust the size with a copy machine. If you decide you want to make 6" blocks or 10" blocks, just make the blocks the size you wish.

For the Paper Foundation Blocks -  Click HERE

  Get some ideas for assembling your blocks: 
SAMPLE Quilt top layouts are HERE

 

 

This Shoe Block was designed and drawn using Electric Quilt 2002 Susan C. Druding - to be used for personal or Guild use (with credit to SCD)

 

 

      

Susan
Susan Druding

copyright 2002  Susan C. Druding

 

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