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TEENY TINY PAPER PIECING a confident beginner's intro to paper piecing on a small scale

Learn foundation paper piecing on a small scale using the fantastic Mini Series block patterns from Giuseppe Ribaudo a.k.a. Giucy Giuce and Alison Glass.

These tiny geometric blocks have a high impact on any project to which you add them.  Although these can seem daunting at first glance, our instructor, Cami Stringham, is an experienced guide to the intricacies of these blocks. You'll learn pattern prep, foundation basics, design tips and block use suggestions. 

Foundation Paper Piecing (or FPP) is a technique used to achieve great precision with particular shapes or images using paper as a foundation. The student literally sews on the paper while piecing fabric, to achieve desired result.

Join our class and just see what you can create!

Class Supplies:
(The Quilter's Lodge offers a 10% discount on class supplies)

Sewing Supplies:

Recommend but not required
Add-a-Quarter ruler

Water Pen

Shared Cutting Mats, 6 1/2" x 24 1/2" Rulers and Irons are supplied by The Quilter's Lodge

Cami Stringham has been quilting for 10+ years.  She has used Foundation Paper Piecing for many of her favorite projects. She loves scrappy projects that can use up every tiny bit of fabric. She has worked at the Quilter's Lodge for five years and has taught many quilting classes.  Fabric favorites include Alison Glass, Ruby Star Society, Jen Kingwell and quirky low volume prints.

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details:
Instructor: Cami Stringham

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