Sew (and design) graphic paper-pieced patterns! Learn about every stage of the process with piecing basics, a guide to pattern design, and choose-your-own-adventure design prompts to create your own foundation paper piecing (FPP) patterns. With an annotated overview of the best FPP 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.
Sarah Elizabeth Sharp has been making things for as long as she can remember, and her favourite medium is fabric. When Sarah's not busy creating, you can find her at home in Indianapolis with her husband and three daughters. Visit www.nohatsinthehouse.com for more information.
Introduction Part I: The Method Getting Started In Foundation Paper Piecing The Piecing Method Tips and Tricks: Plant Lady Part II: Design Getting Started in FPP Design The Design Process Pattern Design Exercises My Approach to Fabric, Color, and Design Graffiti Foundation Paper Piecing Part III: Design Prompts Learning By The Letter Snooze Traditional with a Twist Prickly Path Objects Voodoo Feather Pincushion Creatures Folksy Friends Think Outside the (Square) Block Fireflies Repeat Designs Jungleview Single Foundation Paper Piecing Double Diamond Wedding Ring Patterns and Templates About the Author