At the last meeting of the San Diego Modern Quilters Guild I gave a demo on Foundation Piecing (also known as Paper Piecing, not to be confused with English Paper Piecing…yeesh). I started with a demo of the easiest block I could find on foundation, the square in a square or economy block.
I got my block from Alex Anderson’s Paper Piecing book but there are plenty of free ones available online. I liked my little demo pieces so much I decided to make more
and I’m not done yet. The question is; What to do with them? I am going to take two of them and design a pouch, I guess if it works out I can make them all into pouches and give them away….save for Christmas?
They’re just so darned cute and easy to make. A little bit addicting actually.
Main Fabric: Hello Tokyo by Robert Kaufman (getting a little hard to come by these days).
These look adorable and fun!
Thanks Mina, they are so easy…addicting, I tell you. I’m all about the fussy cutting I think that’s what makes them so rewarding to me, all those cute little center pieces.