Creating Templates for Foundation Piecing

Duration: 13:11

In this video, Dana Jones shows you a helpful technique for making templates you can use for foundation piecing. You will learn how to be more precise when piecing your quilt together, and you’ll see how beneficial it is to use less fabric when exercising this technique.

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9 Responses to “Creating Templates for Foundation Piecing”
  1. Marilyn Hunter
    Marilyn Hunter

    I am unable to watch this as there are no cc! Could u pls add cc to all of your videos so that Deaf people like myself can watch it?
    Thank u
    Marilyn H

  2. Pauline

    a good tip for people who are doing this parallelagram is to remember that you need to stack your fabric with right side up at all times or you will end up with half going a different way to the other half.

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  4. Wanda

    I really enjoyed this video. I have paper pieced before but this method is so much clearer than stitching random shapes and then trimming them.

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  5. Brit

    There is a lot of really good information on paper piecing here. However, on the one hand she talks of conserving fabric, but then she cuts practically in the middle of the fabric, wasting an enormous amount. I think it would be more consistent to show how one should position the fabric before cutting.