Paper Piecing Tutorials
If you aren’t already acquainted with how easy and fun it is to paper piece, check the links below for some of the best how-to instructions on the net.
- Paper Panache’s How to Paper Piece is very clear and nicely illustrated.
- Christine Thresh’s Paper Piecing Primer — Very clear graphics
- World Wide Quilting Page’s Foundation Piecing How To page
- Machine Paper Piecing by Marje Rhine
- VIDEO: I highly recommend TheCraftyGemini’s YouTube tutorial Paper Piecing Made Easy
- VIDEO: My friend Kelly of MySimpleWalk.com also has a terrific YouTube tutorial
Paper Piecing Sites
- Paper Panache offers amazing patterns for paper piecing, regular mystery blocks, and lots of other FP information.
- Patti Anderson’s patchpieces has patterns for paper piecing, a photo gallery, Electric Quilt lessons, and more.
Other Quilt-Related Links
- Most Piece By Number patterns are drafted in the Electric Quilt Company’s Electric Quilt (EQ) software — I started with EQ3 and am now using EQ7. Superb software and support!
- Browse around The Quilter Magazine On-Line — there’s lots to see!
- At Soft Expressions, computer quilting is made easy: reviews, tutorials, newsletters, FAQs and 10-20% off popular quilt software.
- Visit Quilt Design for a wealth of quilt patterns and EQ information, even some in Norwegian.
- QuiltWoman is a wonderful resource for everyone interested in quilts and quilting, professionals as well as hobbyists.
- The Lost Quilt Come Home Page is a place to display and view lost or stolen quilts and provides information on how to protect our quilts.
- QuiltBug.com offers the latest quilt fabric in yardage, fat quarters and kits as well as patterns, notions and batting. Check out extensive articles and information pages, too!