FPP fold-and-what?!

Friends!  I'm so stoked to share with you this Fresh Quilting TV segment*, where I walk through my ALL TIME FAVE foundation paper piecing trick, the good ol' "fold-and-flip"!


...Okay, so maybe trick is the wrong word - let's try "method." Because whether I'm fussy-cutting prints or sewing only in solids, this right here is how I paper piece allllll the things. That's right, I cut out everything in advance using a rough 3/8"-1/2" seam allowance, then fold-and-flip my way right past the seam ripper.  Wanna learn how? CLICK PLAY!

Wanna follow along? Grab the free 5" charm-sized Slanted Goose block here!

*Filmed when our youngest was three months old... I may or may not remember what I wound up saying but I'm pretty sure it somewhat makes sense. But you tell me - I can't watch! ;)

1 comment:

  1. Excellent! Using the seam ripper should definitely be avoided at all costs :) so I'm loving your tips. It's the frustration of placing the fabric pieces that keeps me from loving FPP and this will help with that as well as improving graphic design. Thanks!!

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