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Thread: Learning to Paper Piece

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    They all look wonderful. You will be hooked on paper piecing from now on. I love to paper piece to .

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    terrific job... they look great
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    You did an awesome job, my problem with paper-piece is that you do everything backwards and I have trouble doing backwards, Just fininshed a quilt of paper piece tho took me two years to do!

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    What beautiful blocks, but you didn't say how you learned to do paper piecing. I've always wondered.

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    wow-they are wonderful.I am scared to try-your 1st attempts are awesome
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    Great blocks!

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    Very nice never would have known it was your first ones.

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    I have been paper piecing for well over 20 years and I still love it. It does take awhile but it is something that can become a take along project to anywhere. Those projects are what I take when I visit my children or just sitting in the evening because I have to be doing something with my hands. I just cannot sit down and watch TV so this is usually what I do. I have several PP quilts in the process. Good luck and keep on. Your blocks are gorgeous and look perfect. Please be sure to share pics of the finished quilt when it is finished, I am sure it will be a work of art.
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    once you start, you find you are addicted. great job so far

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    they are all soooo beautiful!!!
    So many quilts, so little time :-)

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