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Created in this Craftsy Course

Quick-Strip Paper Piecing taught by Peggy Martin

Achieve perfect points every time! Peggy Martin shows you easy and fast techniques to create paper-pieced blocks and then combine them in new ways.

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Classic
Grammaco on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? starry night fabric by Cranston Village, lightning bolt nature thunderstorm also by Cranston Village, blue swirl star, fairy frost by Micheal Miller, polka dot light and dark blue and a light blue.

Grammaco on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Go For It!! Let your imagination soar!

Grammaco on craftsy.com

Excellent look. Love all the fabrics. You did a wonderufl presentation for us to aspire to.

06/11/2012 Flag

Grammaco, Oh!! I like your quilt. I have bought this course but I have not made any of the projects yet. You have excellent taste in color combinations. You could be my quilting friend. Did you buy the stretch and sew course ? I found your comments on Yuka's sight. Have you found any other place to buy fabric cheaper?

10/02/2012 Flag

Thanks for your comments, Yes I will be your quilting friend!! Yes I also bought the course, and fabric, but with 7 quilts to do before Christmas the Stretch and sew course will have to wait! When I go to Alberta, Lethbridge, there is a shop called Marshalls that sells fabric SUPER cheap, the Hutterites all shop there, the last time I was there, there was a bus load up from Michigan shopping there. I stocked u

10/02/2012 Flag

Be sure to post your quilts. I am interested in seeing them!! I made four quilts for my son's children last Christmas . The year before I did two quilts for my daughter's children. This year I am making the black and white one on my site for my son. If I have time I have one I ordered from connecting threads and it is nice. I still work full time and have a hard time finding time to all my projects. Do you work outside your home? Thank for the the tip about Marshalls I will put it on my frig. so I don't forget. I 'll save up some money for shopping!!

10/02/2012 Flag

Thanks,, to answer you earlier, no I don't work outside the home,, I am a foster mom, right now I have 18mnth old twins, they keep me hopping ,,, I look forward to 7pm when I can relax with some sewing!

11/05/2012 Flag

Love your work! So exciting too, to meet quilters from all over the world that we have so much in common with, thanks for sharing! I too love the Craftsy classes....learn so much more with the one on one than having to drag everything out and attend a one day class! Great courses at reasonable prices :)

11/05/2012 Flag

Thanks!

11/05/2012 Flag

Love these fabrics, not familiar with Cranston Village or Michael Miller, do you know if they are available in the states or on line?

11/05/2012 Flag

Micheal Miller can be found on ebay, but I haven't found the silver . I found it at FabricLand here in BC ~ I wish I had bought more.. I just LOVE it . The Cranston Village I got off Ebay.

11/05/2012 Flag

Thanks, will try and find this, you're right, it's a beauty!

11/06/2012 Flag

Found Cranston Village on line & it is carried at Hancock Fabrics here. Although I haven't seen this particular selection, at least I know they do carry the line.....they (Cranston) also suggested checking ebay as it may be out of print.

11/06/2012 Flag

http://stores.ebay.ca/Steel-City-Stitches?_trksid=p4340.l2563 on ebay is the person I bought the lightning bolt fabric and the starry night from.

11/06/2012 Flag