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Introduction to Foundation Paper Piecing

Curious about what Foundation paper piecing is? (FPP) Foundation paper piecing is used for complicated quilt blocks that require a lot of precision stitching or uses odd shapes of fabric that would be problematic to cut. Paper is used as the foundation for the the block you are piecing and is then removed later in the process. Learn how to use this technique to make a block you can turn into a wall hanging or as a square for a future quilt with other FPP blocks you create in the future. 

This class is a PREREQUISITE for all other Foundation Paper Piecing classes.

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: Must have experience sewing on a machine.
Requirements: 45mm Rotary Cutter, acrylic cutting ruler (Add-A-Quarter ruler is amazing for FPP, fabric scraps of various colors and sizes (fat quarters work well), matching thread, roll and press (Brayer), Working sewing machine, basic sewing supplies. (Let us know in advance if you will need to use a class machine.)
Instructor: Jen
Prerequisite for other FPP classes

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.