This Origami Whale foundation paper piecing pattern is by Catalina Barceló Maimó of Amarar Creations.
This Foundation Paper Piecing Pattern reproduces the image of a Whale made with the origami technique. This pattern coordinates nicely with the rest of the animals: FISH, STARFISH, Crab, Turtle and Seahorse pattern.
The pattern includes: Templates to elaborate the Origami Whale pattern in 2 sizes (9″ (23 cm) and 16.5″ (42 cm), assembly instructions, sections diagram, scaling formula so that you can elaborate it in different sizes and cutting templates.
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Pattern is for one person use only. Do not copy, redistribute or sell. For any quilts you make with the pattern, please credit the designer.
"I am Catalina from Spain, an enthusiast of crafting who has found in the fabrics and threads the best way to express her creativity.
From very young I grew up among the sewing machine, needles, fabrics, threads, metric tapes,... of my grandmother, a professional dressmaker. I studied Economics and entered public administration. I also do music studies and give classes. Even so, the desire to create has been there all my life. After having my two children, I bought a sewing machine to get into the world of sewing and a few years later I have decided to make a radical change in my life and create Amarar Creations. So, currently, I am an autonomous entrepreneur who tries to make of her passion her work. At the beginning of my sewing path, I started experimenting with different materials and creating an assortment of accessories like belts, bags, pillows, curtains, etc. However, when I discovered the world of quilting I instantly felt in love with it and I started sewing quilts and experimenting with different techniques, specially Foundation Paper Piecing. As I always loved making my original designs I started to create my own patterns and now it has become an important part of my business."