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14875

Adventures in Paper Piecing & Design

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Build your piecing skills with over thirty graphic paper-pieced blocks inspired by everything from house plants to typography to surface pattern design techniques. Learn how to translate your own reference images or sketches into foundation paper piecing patterns. Sharpen your pattern-design skills with choose-your-own-adventure style exercises.

Item Number: 14875
By: Sarah Elizabeth Sharp
From: C & T Publishing (September 25, 2018)

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A Quilter’s Guide with Design Exercises, Step-by-Step Instructions & Patterns to Get You Sewing. A process guide to foundation paper piecing and pattern design. Start with the basics of sewing on paper, then explore the author’s open-ended design exercises to create your own patterns or follow along with the author’s take to sew her graphic interpretations of the prompts. With an annotated overview of the author’s favorite foundation paper piecing methods, countless tips, and over thirty paper-pieced quilt blocks plus seven design exercises to put your skills to the test, you’ll have the tools you need to thrive when confronted with any paper-piecing challenge! Build your piecing skills with over thirty graphic paper-pieced blocks inspired by everything from house plants to typography to surface pattern design techniques. Learn how to translate your own reference images or sketches into FPP patterns. Sharpen your pattern-design skills with choose-your-own-adventure style exercises.
SKU 14875
Weight 1.00 pounds
ISBN 978-1-61745-557-5
Binding Softback
Number of Pages 144
Dimensions 8.00" x 10.00" x .35"
Publisher C & T Publishing

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