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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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    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 !
    Board member Lockeb (Bill) has a wonderful easy paper piece placemat pattern, they are canning jar placemats. They are my first attempt at paper piecing and I LOVE it. :thumbup: :thumbup: Bill is also readily available to help if you need it.

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    Hey Neighbor! It's called Kaleidoscope from the book Big Fun with alittle fabric byAmanda Herring. It is 48x60. It really is just different size dresdan plates applique on a white background. I thought about doing one to look like sunflowers for my niece. Oh , how I love the Smokey Mountains!This was my first quilt top when I started doing classes. Everyone LOVES it!
    Quote Originally Posted by ncredbird
    Kim,
    Don't have an answer for you on the question but sure do love your avatar. What is the pattern? Ann in TN
    :-D

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