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Foundation Piecing Basics
SEWING THE FOUNDATION UNITS
ASSEMBLING THE BLOCKS
REMOVING THE PAPER
ASSEMBLING THE QUILT SANDWICH
ATTACHING A HANGING SLEEVE
Planning your Stained Glass Quilt
Stained Glass Series Quilt 52 x 68
Hummers 52 x 52
Splendor Of the Orient 63 x 93
Garden At Twilight 48 x 63
Patriots Guide 18 x 48
Circles In The Sand 63 x 93
CHOOSING THE BLOCKS
Block Photo Gallery
Align applique Assembly Diagram shows baste batting Block Assembly Diagram BLOCK NOTE block quarter block units Card Trick Celestial Glow colored differently Compass Explorer's Compass crease crosswise grain Explorer's Compass Garret fabric side feature print finished blocks Flip Fold the binding foundation patterns Foundation Pieced Stained FOUNDATION UNITS GLASS QUILT Selecting House That Jack Hummers Interlocked Squares Kentucky iron Journal for Quilters Love Paper Piecing Market Waterwheel Milky needle Newport Star Night & Day NOTE The block paper foundation Pattern Journal photocopier Piecer pins Press the seams printed side quarter as shown Quartet To Market Queen King QUILT PLANNING quilt top Quilters Who Love Radiating Amethyst remove the paper seam allowance sewing line sewing machine Shade each block Sparkling Skies stained glass art stained glass blocks stained glass quilts Stained Glass Series Stars Over Tejas stitching sure tracing tracing paper units and quarters Whipstitch Zippy Designs Publishing
Page 4 - UNITS 1. Carefully read all the directions for the quilt you have chosen. Then, using your favorite method, prepare all the foundations you will need. Arrange and cut all the necessary fabric strips and patches.
Page 3 - Tracing: Although time-consuming, tracing is an effective and accurate way to reproduce foundation patterns. A clear advantage to this technique is that it eliminates distortion.
Page 4 - ... seam allowances. 4. Flip the foundation (with the fabrics in place) to the printed side and sew on the line between the first and second pieces. Extend your line of stitching at least 'A" before and after the printed line (this helps prevent the seams from ripping out).