Foundation paper piecing is an important skill to know if you love accuracy in your quilting or love to craft designs beyond the traditional quilt block with precision. But unlike some other quilting techniques, it can produce a significant pile of oddly-shaped offcuts - some too big, some too small, and some just right. This tutorial will not only show you how to decide whether a scrap will be sufficient to complete a section of your FPP pattern piece, but also how to make the best selection. Pattern pieces featured in this tutorial are from Nesting Phoenix, the 5th star pattern...
Brighten Up Your Holiday Décor with Matching Paper Pieced Star Pillows
Despite having all three Constellations Series patterns written since July, I had yet to make a cohesive set of pillows or wall hangings. Thankfully, I happened upon the perfect opportunity to do so! Using a bright and festive colourway, these patchwork pillows will have everyone wanting to take a closer look!
"Have you ever sewn a scrap onto a FPP template only to find that you missed covering the entire section when pressing it open? I’ve certainly had my fair share of these moments, so I’ve illustrated a simple technique that will eliminate the guesswork and give you the confidence to tackle the job."
Learn my technique by visiting Canadian Mod Quilt Collective's blog.
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