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Thread: EASY PEASEY PAPER PIECE

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    Senior Member kimscruzer's Avatar
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    Is there a easy peasy first time out, paper piecing pattern and tutorial ? I want to do something easy first so I don't get discouraged. :thumbup: Thanks in advance !

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    go to http://www.quilterscache.com - they list if their patterns are pieced or paper pieced. You should be able to find an easy pattern there.

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    Try www.quilt.com It's an old site Wide World of Quilting and has a lot of traditional patterns for piecing as well as some basic paper piecing. I think it's one of the first quilt sites that was on the internet.

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    THANKS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimscruzer
    Is there a easy peasy first time out, paper piecing pattern and tutorial ? I want to do something easy first so I don't get discouraged. :thumbup: Thanks in advance !
    http://www.caroldoak.com
    Try her beginner block and instructions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilter1943
    Try www.quilt.com It's an old site Wide World of Quilting and has a lot of traditional patterns for piecing as well as some basic paper piecing. I think it's one of the first quilt sites that was on the internet.
    that's a nice site, thanks for the link

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    Look for one called "Kick the can". It is an awesome pattern

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    Kim,
    Don't have an answer for you on the question but sure do love your avatar. What is the pattern? Ann in TN

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    Get Carol Doaks paper piecing dvd. It's the best way to learn to learn pping and not get frustrated. She give you a one on one class. I review the dvd every now an then to refresh my mind when I'm starting a pping project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltyfeelings
    Look for one called "Kick the can". It is an awesome pattern
    I couldn't find that block. Do you have a link?

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