Paper Piecing Workshop
When: May 6th at 10 AM
Where: Rec Hall
Or FREE for members of the E-Stitchers!
Have you ever seen intricately pieced quilt tops and wondered how in the world they sewed all those tiny pieces together so perfectly? Here’s a hint, it’s actually a LOT easier than it looks! Learn the art of paper piecing, a quick and relatively easy way of getting tiny scraps of fabric sewn together to make beautiful scenes. You’ll be amazed at what you can create and have it come out perfect every time.
We will be making four scenes using this cool technique that would be perfect for making ornaments, coasters or wall hangings. You can rummage through your scrap bin for pieces larger than 6 inches or get a few fat quarters and come join us.
Sewing machine – e-mail to reserve a club machine if you don’t have one
Matching pre-wound bobbin
Pins/water soluble glue/glue stick (pick one)
100% cotton quilting fabric – see pattern for colors
Optional – we will have stations set up for sharing but bring your own if you have them
Small pressing mat with iron
Tree – up to 4 colors (ground, trunk, sky, tree)
House – window, door, walls, roof, background (sky or flowers or grass)
Apple – Stem, leaf, background
Geometric – any
Optional – Flag – Red, white, blue
Are you still having questions about this process? I am adding some links that can help you visualize what this workshop will be all about.
A great video tutorial for paper piecing is explained here. Simple block with amazing results that a novice can make.
Another great video by Coats and Clark can be watched by clicking here. There is a free pattern available within this link.
I used my search engine and pulled up many great free paper piecing patterns. Click here to see sew many options for this extremely accurate way to piece a quilt.
Remember, the E-Stitchers look forward to educating the community. We will be there to assist and guide you. So what are you waiting for? Contact us at E-Stitchers@outlook.com Sign up today and become a member. E-Stitchers Membership Forms
Here are some of the members faces that happily await to guide you through the process when you come to the workshop.
Sewing is our SuperPower! What is yours!