Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Mushroom Paper Piecing Pattern

I am really excited today! Finally, I am ready to share this super easy, quick and fun paper pieced mushroom pattern with you all. I used to love picking mushrooms with my family when I was little. It always was a delight to take a walk through the autumn woods looking for cute mushrooms of all shapes and sizes hidden among the dry leaves under trees. I think I was hoping to spot a little gnome or a fairy every time I came across a toadstool or any other type of mushrooms really. I always believed mushrooms were little houses for fairy creatures. Look at that tiny Mousy having a strawberry for his morning tea under that large mushroom surrounded by pretty butterflies. I wish I met such a cute creature on one of our mushroom picking adventures.


This pattern is very easy to sew even if you have never tried paper piecing before. This mushroom would be an excellent project for you with just a few steps to complete the design. I added a few stitches (those green shoots) to make the Mousy a bit more comfy. Grab your pretty fabric scraps and get sewing!



I hope you enjoy sewing your own cute little mushrooms. Please use the #stitchingnotespattern hashtag on Instagram to share your makes. I would love to see your mushrooms! Have fun sewing! Larisa xox

29 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for sharing this! I've been watching all of this unfold on IG and they are SO cute! I'm looking forward to making one this weekend. :)

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    1. You are very welcome, Cindy! I am enjoying seeing all the different mushrooms on Instagram. I love your little squirrel! :-) xox

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    1. You are very welcome, Teresa! :-) xox

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  3. Thank you so much! This is such a cutie block. Cannot wait to try mine!xxxx

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    1. You are very welcome, Paula! Hope you enjoy making one or two. I would love to see them! :-) xox

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  4. Thank you lovely Larisa!������

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    1. Oh, you are so welcome! :-) xox

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  5. Just wanted to send you a "Thank You" for sharing this little cutie!

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    1. It's so lovely to see you here, Claudia! Thank you for popping in and taking your time to leave a comment. You are very welcome! Hope you enjoy making some mushrooms. :-) xox

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  6. Thank you, Larisa! This pattern is adorable.
    Reitha

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    1. Thank you so much, Reitha! I am really happy you like the pattern. xox

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  7. Thank you for sharing this pattern! So generous of you and I can't wait to start stitching!

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    1. You are very welcome, Pat! I would love to see the mushrooms you make! Have fun! xox

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  8. Found you here, Larisa! ♥ So happy to read your beautiful thoughts and enjoy the lovely makings of yours!

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    1. Oh, so lovely to see you here, Ivelina! Welcome! You always have something so sweet, kind and beautiful to say. Sending warm hugs your way and kind wishes. :-) xox

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  9. I came over from Pam Kitty Morning to see your adorable mushroom!
    Christine from Ontario

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    1. Thank you very much for taking your time to pop over, Christine! Hope you find something interesting here. :-)

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  10. So cute, Pam sent me! And some lovely other projects to do as well with me Liberty scraps! Thanks!

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    1. Thank you for coming over! I am glad you like some of my projects. Happy sewing! :-)

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    1. Oh! Thank you so much, Pam for your complement! Thank you for posting a link to my pattern! It's so sweet of you! Love your mushroom! xox

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  12. i saw this on PamKittys fb, and fell in love. i am not a paper piecer but for this, i am going to give it a go!! i have not quilted in a number of months and i think this is just what i needed to jump start me!! i need a mushroom quilt!!! thanks ever so much

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    1. Thank you so much, Susan for your kind words! I am so happy to hear that this little pattern inspired you create again. I hope you enjoy making your mushroomy quilt. Thank you for taking your time to visit and leave a comment. :-)

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  13. Wow. I've just found your site ❤️❤️❤️. How do we download the patterns?

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    1. Hi Lynne, sorry it took me a while to get back to you. It should be very easy. Just click on the small square button with an arrow in the top right corner of the pattern picture at the bottom of this post and the pattern will pop out in a new window. Then download it to your computer or print it out. I hope you worked it out by now. All the best, Larisa

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  14. Thank you for this cute pattern! I know what fabrics I want to use! x Teje

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    1. You are welcome, Teje! I hope you enjoy sewing it too. I would love to see it once it's done. You can use #stitchingnotespattern on Instagram or leave a comment here with a link if possible. Happy sewing! Larisa

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  15. thanks for the adorable pattern - love the fabric you used in your sweet block :)

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