Sports Paper-Piecing Patterns

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    Baseball Cap Paper-Piecing Pattern

    Design by Valerie Salmon

    Valerie pieced together a baseball cap with red and navy cardstock, adding machine stitching to highlight the top layer.

     

    SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Floss: DMC Corp.

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    Baseball Glove Paper-Piecing Pattern

    Design by Valerie Salmon

    Valerie's baseball mitt is simple to make -- it's only two pieces! To add detail, she outlined the top layer and added three types of stitches.

     

    SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Floss: DMC Corp.

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    Football Paper-Piecing Pattern

    Design by Jodi Sanford

    To create the laces for this football paper piecing, Jodi trimmed strips of white cardstock and smeared the edges with brown ink. To get a more dimensional look, you could stitch the laces with white floss.

     

    SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Paper Adventures (white). Ink: ColorBox by Clearsnap.

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    Soccer Paper-Piecing Pattern

    Design by Jodi Sanford

    Define the edges of a soccer ball by outlining them with chalk. Jodi used white chalk on the black portions and black chalk on the white portions. She connected the corners of the black shapes with faint lines of chalk for added detail.

     

    SOURCES: Cardstock: Paper Adventures. Chalk: Decorating Chalks.

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    Golf Ball and Tee Paper-Piecing Patterns

    Design by Jodi Sanford

    Jodi inked the edges of the golf ball with black ink before mounting it on the tee. To create dimples on the ball, she added faint dots with a gray pen.

     

    SOURCES: Cardstock: Paper Adventures (white), Prism Papers (red). Ink: Colorbox by Clearsnap. Pen: EK Success.

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    Golf Club Paper-Piecing Pattern

    Design by Jodi Sanford

    To make the black gripper of the golf club seem more realistic, Jodi used white chalk to add detail. She inked the rest of the club with black ink. Try using metallic paper instead of gray cardstock for a realistic sheen.

     

    SOURCES: Cardstock: Paper Adventures. Ink: Colorbox by Clearsnap. Chalk: Decorating Chalks.

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    Tennis Ball Paper-Piecing Pattern

    Design by Jodi Sanford

    Jodi inked each of the shapes individually before putting this tennis ball paper piecing together. She used green cardstock, but you could imitate a tennis ball's fuzzy texture with flocked paper.

     

    SOURCES: Cardstock: Paper Adventures (white), Prism Papers (green). Ink: Colorbox by Clearsnap.

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    Tennis Racket Paper-Piecing Pattern

    Design by Jodi Sanford

    Make a quick tennis racket by cutting strips of black cardstock, arranging them on a white oval, and trimming the excess around the edges.

     

    SOURCES: Cardstock: Paper Adventures (black, navy), Prism Papers (red). Chalk: Decorating Chalks.

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