I recommend watching this video full-screen.
Way back in 2011, I was invited to be an instructor for STITCHED, a subscription-based online classroom community that offered workshops by experts in different craft-related areas. The entire shebang was conceived of and hosted an extraordinary artist, Alma Stoller.
My own workshop Paper Piecing Art: Beginner and Beyond, was geared to take students step-by-step through the paper piecing process.
I shared every tip and technique that I myself use when paper piecing. Now, over a year after the completion of the STITCHED 2012 Workshops, I offer my own class here, free for you.
Many of our patterns here on Fandom in Stitches are paper pieced, and ALL of our paper pieced patterns can be made using the techniques taught here.
This video will be especially useful if you have trouble aligning your patterns or piecing those tricky angles!
If you’re already a paper piecer, you might pick up a trick or two; if you’re new to paper piecing or have tried before and it didn’t quite click, I hope this helps you on your paper piecing journey!
Paper Piecing Art uses Waiting for Rain, a pattern designed by myself especially for the workshop.
You can find Waiting for Rain
in my Craftsy shop for just $4.
Looking for a text-based tutorial? You can find that here!
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