Quintessential New England is reflected in the saltbox keepers house adjacent to the lighthouse. Boasting it’s bold red top, the Nauset lighthouse stands out as a unique feature on the Outer Beach. Expansive views of the protected beaches and the Atlantic Ocean make this park a haven for birds. This design can be used to also reflect the Race Point Lighthouse in nearby Provincetown, MA.
Create a cozy quilt, showing off all the amazing adventures you’ve had! Or create a bucket list quilt with the National Parks you want to visit.
Perfect for patch collectors: Each pattern comes with a bonus Park Sign block where you can “check off” the sites you’ve been to with a patch from each park, or embroider the names of the site.
Easy, beginner friendly patterns. Paper piecing is a great way to “sew by number” as each pattern has easy to follow directions and numbered blocks. Start with the bonus National Park sign if you are learning a new skill with paper piecing. Your blocks will turn out beautifully, it’s so much fun to watch your art unfold as you sew.
Printable patterns from any home printer.
Patterns are stored safely and securely in your Fiona Sandwich account so you can access them anytime!
Each block is designed to fit together perfectly, even if they are different sizes.
Fiona Sandwich National Park patterns show off different parts of your favorite parks, so you can create blocks to recreate your fond memories, or future travel adventures, and “check it off” with a patch. Animal blocks are sewer favorites!
Not a quilter? No problem! It’s just sewing!! If you can sew, you can make these blocks. Even better, you don’t even need to be able to sew a 1/4″ (I can’t!)
– Foundation Paper Piecing is perfect if you can’t sew a straight line to save your life, and you want to use your sewing machine.
– English Paper Piecing is best if you don’t know where your sewing machine is/don’t have one/want to sew by ‘hand’. But this isn’t like traditional needle and thread sewing.
Finished size: 4.5 x 9″