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This tutorial will focus just on straight piecing of flying geese, no curved piecing.
This is a great pattern for a beginner paper piecer. First begin with your paper foundation unit, you will see that each sew line is labeled in numerical order for each step.
For this unit you will need to cut these fabrics from your templates: These are some of the basic tools that I use to paper piece. Add a quarter ruler 2. Template plastic cut Tools and techniques paper a rectangle. Purple Thang acts as a stiletto 5.
Fabric glue stick 6. Rotary cutter with a NEW blade Begin by turning your foundation paper over and placing some fabric glue on the back like so for your first piece of fabric.
Now turn the foundation over and you will see how much the first triangle will overlap. When the fabric is pre-cut with the template there is an allowance for a larger piece of fabric to assure coverage on the foundation. Take your template plastic and place on Line 1.
While holding the template plastic in place, fold back the foundation paper. Place the lip of the add a quarter ruler on the edge of the paper and template plastic as pictured. Take one of your background pieces and line it up as shown, right side up. With right sides together, place it with the first fabric piece, aligning the edges of the fabric with one another.
Make sure your sewing machine is set to a stitch length of 1. Sew on Line 1.
It will look like the above. Turn it over and press towards the background. Turn the foundation back over and place the template plastic on Line 2.
Fold back the foundation paper over the template plastic. Because you have sewn into the seam line the fabric will pull back too, that is okay, because… While holding onto the paper and the template firmlyjust pull back the fabric from the paper.
It will now look like this. Take your second background piece, right side up and aligned as shown… and place it right sides together with the geese fabric, aligning the edges of the fabric as shown.
Sew on line 2, you will begin this time sewing in the seam allowance. Press the towards the background. Place the template plastic on Line 3. Fold back the paper and fabric. While holding firmly, pull the fabric away from the paper. Place the add a quarter ruler on the paper and template.
Trim away the excess fabric. Sew on line 3, and repeat the above process until you have all geese and background triangles sewn in place. Once this is done… Turn your block over with fabric side down, place your regular ruler… on the SOLID line on the edge for trimming.May 12, · Paper gaging techniques graphically represent the functional acceptance boundaries for the feature, without the high costs of design, manufacture, maintenance, and storage required for a .
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