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Paper Piecing Phanatics

This is a group for people who love to paper piece as well as for those who would like to learn how.

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Newbie here

Started by Rebecca Sundberg. Last reply by Kay G. Aug 18. 6 Replies

Hi - I'm Rebecca and I love paper piecing.  I just discovered this group - is there room for one more member?  Will likely lurk a lot, and only contribute occasionally, but look forward to reading…Continue

papers you can use for paper piecing

Started by Janet/MO. Last reply by Patricia Jessop Feb 14. 26 Replies

I thought it would be a good idea to start listing the various types of paper that people use when they are paper piecing.  Personally I prefer newsprint over anything else.  I bought a case from…Continue

Carolyn Friedlander

Started by donalma shoust. Last reply by donalma shoust Feb 7. 5 Replies

Has anyone done the Carolyn Friedlander pattern for the wall hanging that has several large trees on a solid background?I haven't paper pieced in a while.Any suggestions or hints?

Sites for obtaining paper pieced patterns

Started by Janet/MO. Last reply by MARYAM/KS Oct 24, 2011. 9 Replies

Here is a place where we can all list the names & websites of designers who make great paper pieced patterns.  1.  Carol Doak                                       …Continue

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Comment by Janet/MO yesterday

You are welcome Kay.  I always hate to send out those kinds of reminders, but some times it just has to be done.  Thanks so much for understanding. 

Comment by Kay G. yesterday

Oops!   Thank you Janet for the gentle reminder.   

Comment by QuiltDragon on August 23, 2014 at 9:05am

Kathy, good luck with your surgery - I hope all goes well. I've never pp'd by hand, but I did a throw for our sofa using leftover lightweight curtain fabric. It came out really well (I think) and it's easier to get the points to match/be sharp when you're doing it by hand. Many years ago I was going for my quilting certification from the Embroiderers Guild and made a Sunbonnet Sue by hand and I enjoyed that, too. As long as you take small stitches and backstitch every 3 or 4 stitches, your handmade quilt should last for years.

Comment by Janet/MO on August 23, 2014 at 7:20am

Kathy, I hope all goes well with your surgery.  I had a disc removed in May of 1999 and have never regretted doing that.  It took me about 3 months total to get well enough to go back to work.

I have never hand pieced a paper pieced project before, but I have done a Grandmother's Flower Garden quilt that way.  To be honest, it was a very easy way to do that block and I really enjoyed it. 

Just a gentle reminder that it is a copyright violation to copy a pattern to give to someone else unless you have designed the pattern yourself or you have express permission from the designer to do that so please don't offer to do that on this list. 

Comment by Kay G. on August 20, 2014 at 10:19am

When are you having your surgery Kathy?  I love to applique, so that's what I'd do.  haha   I've never put together a quilt by hand before. I've always used my machine.  I'd be scared to death the thing would fall apart.  I admire you so much for doing on like this.  Wow.  How big do you want this to be?  I have several PPings patterns I'd be happy to copy and share with you......

Comment by Kathy Hylton on August 20, 2014 at 5:08am

Haven't been here for a while.. back problems again and this time I'll have surgery.   I understand the recovery from a fusion is long but I'm thinking I'll start a PP project and work on it throughout.. my back surgery quilt.  It will be hand piecing but that's ok.. any ideas what I could use as far as a pattern?  

Comment by ra57 on August 18, 2014 at 4:08pm

Hello to Chelle and to Rebecca!

Comment by Ally Bryant on August 18, 2014 at 2:21pm
Welcome to Chelle, Not on here a lot but I do pop in from time to time.
Comment by QuiltDragon on August 17, 2014 at 7:03am

Welcome Chelle! You're going to love it here!

Comment by Sobana Sundar on August 15, 2014 at 11:04pm

Kay

 No this comes with its own setting square. there is no need to applique iṭ I am waiting for the background fabric.

 

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