The Quilter's Paper-Piecing Workbook by Elizabeth Dackson
Paper Piece with Confidence to Create 18 Gorgeous Quilted Projects

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Learn foundation paper-piecing one block at a time!

Come join author and educator Elizabeth Dackson of DontCallMeBetsy.com in her quilt studio! Here she'll share all you need to know to grow your foundation paper-piecing skills in this must-have, comprehensive guide that takes you through this classic technique from start to finish.

Through more than 20 unique paper-pieced blocks that are used in 18 unique quilted projects, you'll gain confidence and skill. Start with the basics that show you step-by-step how to foundation paper-piece your first blocks with projects that allow you to put your new skills to work. When you're ready for a paper-piecing challenge, get more adventurous with blocks that encourage you to take risks with foundation paper-piecing--with impressive results! Elizabeth has taught thousands of quilters the joy of foundation paper-piecing, now it's your turn. Discovering the possibilities that foundation paper-piecing has to offer has never been easier!

 

About Elizabeth Dackson

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Elizabeth Dackson is a fabric addict and quilter. She fell in love with quilting as her son entered the terrible twos, and found her sanity again in making quilts. Her first quilting book, Becoming a Confident Quilter, was released in the fall of 2013 by Martingale & Co, chock full of tips, exercises, and skill-building quilt patterns. She designs quilt patterns found on her blog, Don't Call Me Betsy (www.dontcallmebetsy.com), as well as in various quilting publications, including Quilty, Modern Quilts Unlimited, Quilt, Quiltmaker, International Quilt Festival: Quilt Scene, Quilt and Fat Quarterly.Elizabeth also enjoys teaching regularly and released her first class with Craftsy, Start Free Motion Quilting, in the spring of 2014, and her second class Start Foundation Paper Piecing in the fall of 2014. She is the founder of the Tampa Modern Quilt Guild. Elizabeth also works full time for The Modern Quilt Guild as their Events Manager, coordinating many details for QuiltCon, after years planning medical education conferences prior to becoming a stay-at-home mom. She lives in Florida with her patient husband, inquisitive seven year old son, and two dogs, and is expecting her second child in early 2016.
 
Published May 23, 2016 by Fons & Porter. 176 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home.

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Modern quilter Dackson (Becoming a Confident Quilter) shares her paper-piecing wisdom, beginning with a straightforward overview that breaks the process down into a series of six steps to achieve precise results with minimal fuss. The projects are set up with Dackson first

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