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Foundation Piecing - Techniques 2010!

Our August topic is Foundation piecing, also known as Foundation Paper Piecing.

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Finished Projects

Started by QuiltDragon. Last reply by Kay G. Mar 25, 2014. 11 Replies

I've been playing with the bib pattern and had a blast finishing it to give to my DGD this weekend. I'd love to make another one...or five... but want to make sure it's the right size. So all you PP…Continue

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PP using interfacing

Started by Dee Shreffler Mar 23, 2014. 0 Replies

Instead of printing the block on paper, put interfacing ( the stiffness and weight of paper ) that has been cut to the size of a sheet of paper into your printer and print and sew on it. There is no…Continue

ppbibs

Started by carol gross. Last reply by carol gross Nov 11, 2010. 4 Replies

I have just joined this group and noticed a post thatwas posted a while ago. I  searched for the pattern but could not find what she was referring to. can anyone help?carol grossContinue

EQ7 download

Started by Irene Palmer. Last reply by Connecting Threads Oct 8, 2010. 1 Reply

I seem to be having a problem downloading this to my computer. I have followed your instruction to do it but only the layout appears and no block or pattern.

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Comment by Rebecca / CA on April 22, 2013 at 8:57pm

Nancy, the only pp quilts I have done are wall hangs and table runners. I have think I need to break out and do a twin/lap size quilt. I picked the quilt pattern out but I’m not confidante to change the pattern yet. Maybe one day.

 

Comment by Nancy/NC on April 22, 2013 at 8:06am

Nice to see some chat here again! I love paper piecing, just don't like a whole quilt with it, lol. DH designed a pp baby quilt for us once, told him never again, that was my quilt from He--! Turned out great, but took me from Father's Day to Labor Day, more working on it, than not, to get it done. So that was a lesson for both of us. But love doing pp blocks, then added them to the rest of a quilt, that isn't, lol...

Comment by Donna Nicholson on April 22, 2013 at 4:40am
Foundation/paper piecing is extremely accurate, as long as you sew on the lines. This is a great place to ask questions. I guarantee someone will know the answer.
Comment by Rebecca / CA on April 21, 2013 at 9:33pm

Donna,

Thanks for answer me. I just started foundation piecing, looking for a group where I could ask questions and get advise.

I took a class and realy enjoyed it. I liked that the points came out prefect, hope its not because it was my first time.  

Comment by Donna Nicholson on April 19, 2013 at 11:08pm
Yes, Rebecca, but not real active. Please comment or ask questions.
Comment by Rebecca / CA on April 19, 2013 at 9:02pm

Is this group still going?

Comment by Maggie Boucher on March 31, 2013 at 8:48pm

Craftsy's has a carol dork class going on right now...if anybody is interested

Comment by Mdm on October 20, 2012 at 2:26pm

HI Teresa....thanks for your note...I meant when you find a pattern...anyones what size should you enlarge it? I find the small ones look very pieced lol you know what I mean.?

Comment by Teresa Taramasso on October 19, 2012 at 8:21pm

Mdm, "what is a good size to make my patterns...if they are only 4 inch square?" What do you mean? A four inch finished size block for me is pretty big. My computer software can make my blocks larger or smaller when needed.

Comment by Mdm on October 19, 2012 at 12:41pm

Hello, paper piecing extraordinaires...I am here to be inspired, taught, guided and laughed at...welll I do throw out more than I keep..

Question for you all..what is a good size to make my patterns...if they are only 4 inch square?

 

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