Learn from your favorite paper-piecing master! Carol shows you every step, including helpful close-ups. Lots of tips on supplies, tools, and tricks for success
Unlock the possibilities within hexagons and make your own unique blocks. Learn the glue-basting method of English paper piecing and use it to create exciting designs. You’ll enjoy relaxing handwork as you incorporate hexagons into decorative projects. Select from 52
Create delightful paper-pieced quilts and showcase a subject you love–sewing! Discover 12 pictorial sewing-room blocks in both 4″ and 6″ sizes, plus a larger block depicting Sunbonnet Sue quilting. Choose from eight quilt patterns and turn your blocks into small
The bestselling author of eight books on paper piecing is back with a color-splashed collection of big, beautiful, bold blocks! Carol Doak reveals her best color tricks for creating dramatic designs that will inspire you to be daring with fabric
Mix ‘n match 24 sensational paper-pieced star blocks in 9 quilt projects. Bonus CD-ROM with resizable patterns.
Now anyone can accurately piece a quilt block in just minutes! Paper piecing is a simple process. Just trace a block design onto paper; then sew fabrics directly onto the paper with a sewing machine. The paper provides a stable
Discover 27 truly lovely blocks featuring flowers, leaves, and spritely creatures of the garden such as squirrels and robins. You’ll also find seven delightful quilt patterns that showcase these versatile blocks. Develop your skills with paper piecing, machine appliqué, and
With the simplicity and accuracy of paper piecing, you can create these elaborate-looking Star blocks in a snap! Carol Doak, bestselling author of many books on paper piecing, is back with 50 original paper-pieced Star blocks–one for each U.S. state.
18 beautiful paper-pieced blocks for bird lovers feature chickadees, wrens, woodpeckers, swallows, swans, puffins, gulls, and many others.
With this simplified method, the wedges are all speed cut and assembly line pieced. The completed plate is then sewn to the background square, using a new technique called The Invisible Applique Stitch.