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Thread: My 1st try at paper piecing

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    Here is my first attempt at paper piecing. It actually came out ok.
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    Very nice, i love paper piecing.

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    You did great!1 Welcome to the addicting world of PP

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    Looks great!

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    I probably should have squared it up but I was just playing to see if I could figure it out.

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    Better than OK I'd say.

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    You are going to love this!! I recommend using the freezer paper method. It is not as prevalent, but no tearing the paper off. It is the only way I paper piece.

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    Better than OK :!: It came out great. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    I am a big fan of freezer paper method as well. But some pp patterns don't adapt well to it. Specifically ones that have really itsy bitsy pieces.

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    That's very pretty. You did a great job.

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