Pie and Tarts
Print shapes on fabric to make Sue Daley’s beautiful scrappy design instead of using Pie and Tarts templates.
Inklingo gives you the option to sew by hand with a running stitch, by machine, back-basting appliqué or English Paper Piecing.
Print the shapes for Sue Daley’s lovely Pie & Tarts quilt for better results than using Pie & Tarts templates. Sew by hand or machine.
This is a fabulous scrappy design. Sue agreed that it should be available to quilters who love machine piecing or hand piecing with a running stitch, not just paper piecers.
PDF DOWNLOAD – SHAPES + INSTRUCTIONS 9.2 MB
System Requirements – Windows or Mac with Adobe Reader (not a phone or tablet) and any ordinary color Inkjet printer or all-in-one.
The shape collection PDF includes all of the shapes for Sue Daley’s Pie & Tarts.
This wonderful design can now be machine pieced, hand pieced with a running stitch, or back-basted (appliqué). You will love every stitch—and finish!
Sue and I both received requests from quilters who wanted to make her Pie & Tarts quilt with Inklingo, so we worked together on this shape collection. Sue is an expert paper piecer and specializes in patterns for English Paper Piecing (EPP). Her website is Patchwork with Busy Fingers.
The four short seams in the background eliminate the need for appliqué, for those who prefer piecing (hand or machine).
Features of this Shape Collection (PDF)
- shapes to print on fabric
- diagrams showing how much fabric you need
- shapes without seam allowances to print on freezer paper (just in case you want templates)
- use a rotary cutter or scissors
- a choice of layouts for straight grain
- ideal for scraps and nickels
- tart shape fits on 2.5 inch strips (Jelly Rolls)
- wonderful for striped fabric
- perfect for fussy cutting and charm quilts
- bonus back-basting layout
- design notes
- worksheets to plan your quilt
- a choice of regular and combo layouts to use fabric efficiently and save time
- free PDF with instructions for machine piecing and pressing (tab above)
- see the reviews!
There are wonderful opportunities for fussy cutting with TWO Inklingo methods
See how Jeannette in Australia printed Fussy Cut Pies on the All About Inklingo blog.
Love the lines. Quilt more!
Relax and sew! Spend your time stitching, not getting ready to stitch. Print the cutting and stitching lines on scraps from your stash.
If you are new to Inklingo, I strongly recommend starting with the free Diamond Triangle Square shape collection. It includes the first chapter of The Inklingo Handbook and some great shapes to print on fabric to get you started.
Machine Piece Pie & Tarts
Machine Piecing Instructions (PDF Document)