Paper Piecing Made Easy With Penny Layman
When: April 24th, 2015
Time 1PM ET / 12PM CT / 11AM MT / 10AM PT (1 hour)
Paper piecing can often be the bane of a quilters existence. Many are intimidated to try it at first and once tried, this intimidation can quickly give way to frustration. Whether because of fabric choices, size or shape of fabrics used, or inaccurate block construction.
By following these time tested processes, tips and techniques, Penny will show you that paper piecing can make sense to you and it can be fun!
Whether you are a beginning paper piecer or advanced, this webinar has something for everyone. It will clearly define the process to ensure paper piecing success each and every time.
In this web seminar you will learn:
- Tips on how to make the paper piecing process frustration free.
- Important tools that will make your paper piecing experience quicker and easier.
- A clear process for setting up and sewing your paper pieced block.
- How to choose fabrics for your block.
- Tips on how to precisely sew your paper pieced block sections together.
Can't make the live event? Don't worry! Your registration comes with access to the archived version of the program and the materials for one year. You do not have to attend the live event to get a recording of the presentation. You will receive a copy of the recorded presentation in an email that goes out within 1 week after the live event.
IMPORTANT: After you complete your purchase of this live web seminar, you will be prompted to confirm your registration via a link on the order confirmation page/email. This is VERY IMPORTANT as it is unique to your purchase and the only way that you will be able to access the live event. See your order confirmation page or order confirmation email for details.
Penny Layman began sewing as a child and continued sewing off and on throughout her teens and twenties. She became interested in quilting 6 or 7 years ago when she was perusing blogs and saw a “wonky” quilt block for the first time. It intrigued and excited her that she could make a quilt without following a pattern. She quickly fell head over heels for paper piecing (of all things!) and began to teach herself how to design patterns. She has been published in several magazines and books and her very own book “The Paper Pieced Home” debuted December 2014 which shows off her quirky, offbeat, and retro style.