This is a neat idea !
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I don't understand (sigh) why are you sewing them onto paper?
stupid question here... what is the purpose of doing it on paper?
I am sitting here with a table load of scraps that I wasn't sure what I was going to do with them. I knew I shouldn't throw them away, so now I have a new fun project. Thanks. I've also bookmarked to see what you are going to do with them.
What a clever idea! Thanks!
The paper is your foundation...this is a foundation piecing method..it helps keep your fabrics flat and smooth and it doesn't matter if the scraps are bias when doing this alsoOriginally Posted by Playtime7
WOW.... Didn't know that.... Haven't done much foundation piecing, I guess, but do make a lot of flip and sew projects... How do you work with the paper foundation when you need it? Just tear it off like a stabilizer?
Thank you for the tutorial and what a wonderful idea. I am learning so much from all of you quilters. I bless the day I found you!
For some unknown reason, I bought a box of (6) 6" wide, 1000' long thermal paper rolls at GW for $2 and now I know what I can do with them. Great idea!