Foundation Pieced Quilts
Foundation paper piecing is a popular technique in making quilts but can be incredibly intimidating if you haven’t tried it!
It’s done by sewing fabric to a printed paper foundation. This method is beloved by experienced piecers because it can be used to create extremely precise points and shapes.
Paper piecing can be used for many designs, from simpler blocks like a square-in-a-square or elaborate patterns like a Mariner’s compass.
Explore this fantastic foundation method of quilting with Gail.
This is a 5 hour class starting at 9am and finishing up at 2pm on every third Thursday of the month.
What to bring along: Sewing kit, sewing machine and tools + the project you’re working on
Class outcomes: Learn Foundation Piecing techniques and start/work on/complete your current project with Gail’s guidance.
Skill level required: beginners to advanced