Cupcakery – Quilt Pattern

I was home alone staring at some fabrics and the idea popped into my head.  I love baking!  Since cupcakes can be baked so effortlessly, they are at the top of  my “love to bake goodies” list.  I was thinking about how I love every bit of cupcake making – starting from the creamy color of the batter as the ingredients get mixed together all the way to the cupcakes coming out of the oven nestled in the colorful paper cups that I collect.  So I pulled out my pen and pad and starting sketching, and here’s the finished paper pieced block.

This is a 12″ x 12″ quilt pattern, a little larger than my usual blocks, perfect for a wall hanging or to make a tote bag for the weekend farmer’s market run.

Cupcakery quilt pattern is available on my Etsy and Craftsy store.

Cupcakery - Cucakes Paper Pieced Pattern

8 Responses to Cupcakery – Quilt Pattern

  1. Regina says:

    Hi Soma!

    Did you use commercial fabric or print your own for this block. I love, love, love it!

    • Soma Acharya says:

      Hi Regina!

      Thank you so much!!

      I bought the fabrics from Etsy, Joann and a local quilt store. I want to learn to screen printing some day. That would be fun!

      • Regina says:

        Thanks for the heads up about the fabric, it is perfect for your block! I found your website from a Yahoo group where someone posted about your Halloween blog hop.

        I really like paper piecing so I know I will start following your happenings. Your designs are very cute and unique. I put the Cupcakery pattern on my Craftsy “wishlist” so I can go back and buy it. If you have any scraps of the printed fabric leftover, I would be interested in buying some from you :)

        Have a good day and thanks again for the info.

        • Soma Acharya says:

          I am flattered! Thank you so much!!

          I will take a look, I am sure I have some leftover fabric that I can share with you. I will drop you an email latest by tomorrow.

          Take care,

  2. Amy DeCesare says:

    Wow! Fantastic block, and I love the active nature of pouring the ingredients!

I love reading your comments and I always reply to them via email. Thank you so much for taking the time to write one.

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