Wichita Planes Paper Pieced Quilt Block Pattern

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Finished Size: 12" x 12"

Wichita is the largest city in the Midwestern state of Kansas. Known as the "Air Capital of the World," many large airplane manufacturers set up shop in Wichita in the 1920's and 1930's. Originally a trading spot for Native Americans because if its location on the Arkansas River, Wichita later became known because it was a convenient stop on the Chishom trail for cattle traders driving their herd north to market. An intriguing original sawtooth star design was inspired by a spinning airplane propeller.

  • Designed to be used with the City Blocks quilt, you can mix-and-match this pattern with any 12" finished block to make your own design
  • Downloadable quilt pattern includes a photo of the quilt block, assembly diagram, assembly instructions, and full-size paper foundation piecing patterns
  • Designed by Liz Schwartz & Stephen Seifert
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    Wichita Planes paper piece quilt block pattern

    Posted by Katrina Sellhausen on Feb 24th 2020

    I love the pattern and is very easy to sew.

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